I absolutely love this sort of thing: images of the rooms where writers do their writing.
Totally approve of the attic, envious of the wall of books, and digging the pleasant insanity… but clearly this is the move. I’m there.
It makes me happy that Seamus Heaney hasn’t moved in thirty years — and that his house + writing attic looks like a smaller, modest, but totally comfortable space.
I love seeing photos of different writers’ rooms — it actually inspires me to want to write. I’ve seen a couple bloggers who have picked up on this, including myself. Thanks for making me aware of it!
I hadn’t expected so many rooms to be red; almost all that aren’t white are a vibrant or dark red.
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