Barry Wine's Whimsical Estate

Barry Wine's Whimsical Estate

Aaron Able
Jun 5, 2008

Known for his experience as a chef and restauranteur (The Quilted Giraffe), Barry Wine has allowed his creative spirit to pervade his life — whether he is practicing photography, designing jewelry, or decorating his New Paltz home. The New York Times takes us inside the eclectic home where "anything goes." This includes both his father's Saarinen Tulip chairs and table from the 1950s (above) and discarded mannequins found on the street...

Perhaps more shocking than the interior pictures, the exterior of the home is remarkably suited to the countryside — the 80 acre property includes a stone house built by Dutch Huguenots in 1797. For the full story and all the pictures, see Moving Beyond the Kitchen and its slideshow.

Images: Michael Weschler for The New York Times

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