It amazes me what a difference hardware can make on a cabinet or drawer. I piece can look so out dated just based on the handles. Wood is timeless but hardware changes with the decades. The good news is, new hardware is cheap! If it's a knob with a single hole the new hardware should fit right in. If the old hardware has two holes and the new hardware doesn't match up, you'll need to fill in the old holes with wood filler to hide the original holes. In the case of our hobby room, the old and new hardware lines up perfectly! Changing 6 pull handles took less than 5 minutes (the hardest part was removing the contents of the drawer so I could fit my power screwdriver in) and it changes the look significantly!
$2 per handle x 6 = $12