Several days after installing our kitchen sink cabinet, we had to make an adjustment to our cabinets which required moving the sink cabinet about 2 inches to the left. Because we'd already cut out the back of the cabinet for the water lines and the drain, we now have some very, very odd looking holes around all the plumbing. The holes are far too big to be covered by normal escutcheons.
The plumber (for the bathroom part of the remodel) told us it was no big deal. He said we could just get a "goof plate" to cover "the whole thing."
However, Google searches for "goof plate" and "plumbing" don't really turn up much that is useful. He doesn't know any other name for this thing; it's just what he calls it.
Anyone have any idea what he might be talking about?!