Sorry in advance for a kind of lame picture. I generally like to use some means of preventing drawers from being pulled out the whole way - this prevents someone from accidentally pulling the drawer out and dropping it (which happened to one of my pieces at a gallery). On the sideboard, I'm using spinners attached to the underside of the top. But this time I added a piece of 1/8" brass rod, which acts as a stop for the spinner (a stop for a stop, if you please). So instead of being able to turn the spinner freely (which can cause them to bind or unscrew themselves), the brass rod limits their range of motion to only 90 degrees. It's the little things.