The brokerbabble for this 2,600-square-foot 66th floor Time Warner condo completely ignores the smack-you-in-the-face kaleidoscopic walls and striped floors, but a 2005 feature in W Magazine helpfully fills in the blanks. This isn't some kooky paint job; the owner is art world heavyweight Tobias Meyer, former head of the contemporary art department at Sotheby's, now a private dealer. These crazy colorful creations are murals by Brazilian artist Assume Vivid Astro Focus (the listing doesn't actually show the biggest one, but you can see it here), and the floors are covered with a "boldly-striped carpet" by Stark. Thankfully for interested buyersthe place just hit the market for $16.95 millionmost of the zany features are art, so they'll likely be leaving with the owners. Except for that wall-to-wall carpeting. Good luck with that.