I’ve long been fascinated with writing spaces. Whether they were the writing nooks of famous authors (or, even better, their personal writing sheds) or the desks of freelancers and other lesser knowns or even just the organization design suggestions of Better Homes and Gardens or Pottery Barn, I’ve spent many a long hour examining the structure of others’ writing spaces.
I’m a big fan of Roald Dahl’s writing shed.
It’s because I never had a writing space of my own before; at least, not a regular one that didn’t have some other primary purpose first (homework/studying, etc.) After years of collecting ideas and ripping pages out of magazines, I’ve finally designed my own perfect writing space.
I love it. It’s so pretty, so functional, and just so me. Kristin, host of the Where Writers Write guest blog series was kind enough to interview me about my writing space and my writing routine (for those of you interested in how the 14-hours-a-week of scheduled writing time is going…) Check the post out for more photos of my not one but two writing desks.