We recently had our countertops replaced. The old countertops had a backsplash, and the new ones do not (we're thinking of adding a tile backsplash later on). There is a higher breakfast bar, so a small space of wall between the kitchen countertop surface and the higher bar surface, where there were two outlets.
When removing the old countertops and backsplash, a hole around both outlets was created. Now I'm not sure what the best way to repair the drywall would be in this area - I have seen drywall patches designed to go around outlets, but the space around the outlets seems a bit wider than would be ideal. It seems like it would also be difficult to access the lower area partially hidden by the countertops to patch in a new piece of drywall. Any tips?