I am installing SEKTION cabinets from Ikea and there is a hump in one of the walls. The adjacent cabinet wall is straight. The backsplash will most likely be subway tiles, I would like to go with large tiles but with this hump I don't think it's possible anymore. The flooring is vinyl plank so no grout lines.
Pictured below is the kitchen without the uppers. Highlighted green is where the hump is located. There will be either a large filler piece or small shelves that sit between the corner cabinet and 36" sink cabinet.
I concluded several options,
Option 1) I have considered carving out the drywall to remove the hump but it sits very closely to a window. Not sure if I would be able to blend it well.
Option 2) There is a corner cabinet joining the two walls together, so I would have to compensate for 3/8" on both sides. Unfortunately the corner cabinet would pitch the straight wall and I would have to angle the rest of the cabinets on that wall.
Option 3) Put a huge 3/4" shim on the sink cabinet that sits directly under the window and let the countertop guys handle it. The sink cabinet depth from the wall becomes 25" instead of 24" like the rest of the cabinets. There will also be a cabinet & panel over the fridge, might pull it out too far.