It all started with new office furniture and an attempt to evict polish from the work space. You see, the office used to be occupied by one huuuuge table which took up most of the room. It also doubled as my polish station, leaving no place for my boyfriend to sit. We have been struggling to find a solution to the problem for way too long. Finally we found tables that worked for both of us and bought two of them to put in the place of the old one. This is mine, all assembled. Isn't it cute? The second one is still just a bunch of boards in a box and we've got no energy to touch it...
What does this have to do with the missing plate? Well, when my boyfriend was taking apart the old table to move to my craft/ future polish room (Yippie!), he found it! It had literally fallen into one of the cracks and out of sight. So sad!
I'm just excited that this story has a happy ending after all! Thanks again everyone for your support, suggestions for finding a replacement, and most of all for not giving up hope ;)
P.S. On a completely different topic, I reworked the tutorial for the tea bag nail repair to make it more condensed with less blank space (which was driving me nuts), so take a look at it again and let me know what you think :)
Thanks for looking!