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With Cowboys and Ghost Chairs, Old Dairy Enters This Century

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There's perhaps no more expedient way to update something like a 20th-century dairy building than slathering it in lilac and cobalt, sprucing it up with pop-art—featuring a cowboy and babies, for example—and well-traveled vases, and throwing in half a dozen of rose-tinted Louis Ghost chairs. In fact, these photos, dug up by the people at online interiors pub Domaine and once featured over at House to Home, may just indicate that the spunky methods of this South African house are the only ways to do so. More photos, below.

· Step Inside a Renovated 20th-Century Stone Dairy [House to Home via Domaine]