Her daughter is in that pre-teen stage and wanted a bit of a style update.
I like to start out each piece by filling the drawer handle holes on ones we may not use again. When doing an older piece, I have found that most modern knobs have different spacing. It's easier fill the holes and then find knobs you love than to try to patch and repair later.
I mixed up a chalky primer and coated it. I then I came back and sprayed all sides with light spray coats for a nice finish.
After it was dry (I recommend at least overnight) I put the new hardware on.
Here she is. The knobs are way more glitzy in person. The texture is a smooth nice finish and it's all ready to be in a girl's room.
Just in case touch ups become necessary, I am sending her home with a little jar of matching paint. I have little girls myself and I know with use, it may get scratched or dented.