Initially I wanted something like...THIS.
I wanted the drawers and doors to have the same hardware, I wanted them to be long (to accent the larrrge upper cabinets and make the room feel taller), and chrome to match the stainless appliances/sink.
UNFORTUNATELY, my drawers were like, UMM NO JENN. YOU SEE, the old drawers were about 1/4" thick, which allowed the previous hardware to work (which had a typical reveal). NOW the drawers are about 3/4" thick, riddle me surprised when THIS happened.
Which were, whatever, fine. I wasn't in LOVE with them aside from the fact that they'd work in the space and I wouldn't have to alter MUCH. I was concerned that after awhile the paint would chip from fingers scraping the middle of the ring to grab a pull, so there was THAT.
Then I started to search for some TOP mount pulls, like these:
As long as I could keep the overhang at 5/8", this would be a MUCH better alternative. In this case, i'd just have to cut a little on the corners of the drawers (you'll understand this in a moment), instead of slicing a bit off the sides (then the length of the drawers wouldn't match the length of the cabinets below and the whole world would fall off axis).
SO, one nice Saturday afternoon I went strolling through IKEA and found THESE:
They even had a smaller version for my itty bitty drawers/cabinets. BOOM. Drawer hardware bought!