Life as the "affordable" tenant in a luxe rental, decorating with an aesthetically challenged mate, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | September 2, 2014 - 10:59AM

Decorating a shared apartment when your significant other has awful taste: it can be done, tactfully (Refinery 29)

Can an Annie Leibovitz ad campaign lure you to one brokerage over all the others? (Corcoran)

Here's what it's like to live in an affordable apartment in a luxury building (NYT, previously)

A $1,000 fine for Airbnb-ing out your condo? It's possible and legal (NYT)

An oven-armchair hybrid, lamps that double as bookshelves and 16 more furniture space-savers (BuzzBuzzHome)

A Central Park West address means social cachet, yes, but it may also mean a rat problem (NYP)

For just $2, you can get access to the adorable "key parks" of Hell's Kitchen (Chelsea Now via Curbed NY)

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