On the positive side: Ania found this great one-bedroom apartment in Chelsea for only $1,500 a month.On the negative side: your marble collection will always be rolling away, and there seems to be a cat burglar in the kitchen.
I can see it now. My dogs are trying to get to the front door, but keep hitting the wall. Poor things.
good gosh, ALL the photos are like that... except for the one tilted in the opposite direction.
But NY's beshhht bar issssh jesssst schhhteps awaaay! Whooooa!
I'm wondering if there are some glaring defects that they were trying to hide with all the slanted photos. Very strange.
"We offer a new slant on luxury apartment living . . ."A very good rent for that part of town -- maybe it really is that tilted!!!
If you don't have a wide-angle lens, you tilt the camera to get the most scene you can. Lame.
Anonymous - that's because that one photo was taken from the other end of the house. I mean, you know, duh.
I actually used to live in 1930s era apartment in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston. The wood floors slanted a degree or two and my toddler aged niece would delight in letting a ball go and watch it magically roll to the far wall of the living room. I don't have anything clever to say, just was glad to have the memory jogged..
Very late seeing this post, but you totally missed making a sweet reference to the Weimar-era German film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari!
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