Provincetown is one of my favorite places to escape during the summer. But being so far removed from the hustle and bustle, and with its position at the tip of the Cape of Massachusetts, it can be hard to get a sense of its character without visiting first hand.
As the first landing spot of the Pilgrims in 1620, Provincetown is known for both its rich history as well the beauty of its shores. Though a widely sought after travel hot-spot, Provincetown remains somewhat off the grid, due to its low-key, small town vibe. Though filled with amazing homes and rentals, it can sometimes be hard to get a sense of all the character and charm throughout the area without setting out on foot and exploring things first hand.
Luckily for us, designer and Provincetown aficionado, David Cafiero, gives us a sense of some beautifully weathered, authentic interiors of the charming Cape Cod destination as he gives New York Magazine's Wendy Goodman a personal peek inside some of his favorite places.
To see more of David and Wendy's tour, visit: New York Magazine
Images: Wendy Goodman