I told you here that I was ordering a bunch of knobs and pulls. Well, I actually wussed out on that and only ordered the plain old knobs from Restoration Harware. The idea of drilling new holes and patching old ones x 40 was kind of bringing me down...
So, the knobs came and I did a dry run at home, and without much insight at all gathered from that I went to the new house (totally forgot to take pictures) and put the knobs on the actual drawers. I also took the leftover knobs from when I did this exercise to HH2. Why? Because during the dry run the Bun actually, seriously, lobbied me to believe that she would be unable to open cabinets with any knobs other than the ones she was used to.
She even deployed logic, or sorts, and feigned inability to muster the strength to use the Restoration Hardware rectangular knobs. Man, for a 7 year old kid, she had strong feelings about those knobs. And, damnit, if she wasn't right. The Resto knobs were too shiny and fancy for the shaker cabinets. The stainless steel thumbprint knobs we have now were actually perfect in terms of color, scale and projection.
So then I had to find them again. Not so easy, but I think these are them:
I ordered one and we will see.
7 year old design prodigy? Nah, just stubborn kid who has had it up to here with change.