First post here. I am currently doing a small remodel of a bathroom in a house I just bought and am trying to keep costs and time spent, low.
I had to tear out all the drywall due to the previous owner/s painting over wallpaper and not sealing the drywall before the wallpaper was applied (this causes the wallpaper to be nearly impossible to get off without ruining the paper backing of the drywall, too).
Anyway, I want to avoid redoing the tile. I have removed the drywall to the point where there is still drywall behind tile baseboards and tile backsplashes and such.
Does anyone know of a good way to stack new drywall on top of the old drywall that still sits behind the tiles without it looking like a hack job? I was thinking of using some sort of drywall bead but don't know it that will work out best.
I've attached some photos for reference. Thank you all in advance!