Maybe it’s because I’m a writer, but I’ve always been a bit fascinated with the stories behind writers’ own lives. And nothing reveals more about a person than their bedroom, which is why I love this peek inside the bedroom of classic writers. Above is Truman Capote…
Virginia Woolf kept a sizable book collection.
Henry David Thoreau, the master of simple living, furnished his small room with only the bare necessities: A bed, a table, a desk, and three chairs.
Emily Dickinson did most of her writing at her small writing table.
William Faulkner outlined the plot of The Fable on the walls of his bedroom.
[Via Apartment Therapy]