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1. The classic: Obstructed city views and repurposed household items
Still, the view of another building’s wall can achieve a certain type of aesthetic—some would say it’s better than a painted-over white wall!
2. Taking advantage of small spaces and equipping your kitchen with useful gadgets
Props to this New Yorker for these hacks; they really save kitchen space!
3. Oddly and illogically-placed windows
Do you think it’s appropriate to have a window in your shower? Discuss.
4. A series of unfortunate events
We’ve all submitted our fair share of facility requests while living in the dorms. That hole in the bathroom where things fall into is quite unfortunate, though.
5. And our favorite…
This apartment is almost too charming, featuring awkward spaces to growing fungi, and of course, the yummy cockroach.
But fret no more! Monarch Heights offers you a living space that is private, space-efficient, and roach-free:
Good luck searching for your new living space! We believe that no matter the housing obstacles they face, New Yorkers find a way to overcome everything.