Hi all! So I am in the final miles of redoing my kitchen and I am puzzled with the cabinet handles, more specifically, length and positioning on the doors. All I know is that I want straight cylindrical brushed stainless steel handles. The problem is that I am reusing the old doors with pre-drilled holes for the previous handles that were of the "button" style (brushed copper finish). I am looking forward to installing real handles with 2 screws such as the attached picture. For the drawers, I will be reusing the existing holes so no problem there, I have already found the necessary hardware. The problem is with the cabinet doors. The bottom hole is about 1.5in from the bottom of the door (for upper cabinets) and the same for lower cabinet doors (1.5in from the top of the door). I want to install handles that would be at least 7in long as its the preferred look. Such handles have a center-center distance of 6in and are about 8.75in long which mean that the bottom of the handle would be about a quarter inch from the bottom of the door (or 0.25in from the top).. Is this acceptable by design / decorating standard? Since I can drill the second hole anywhere, sizing the handle is less problematic. Are you guys aware of any good online store where I can order similar handles but that would be shorter (overall length) while having a hole C/C of 6" + ?? Thanks!