Wordless Wednesday: Writers’ Bedrooms

As captioned at http://www.apartmenttherapy.com: “Henry David Thoreau: Intent on simple living, Thoreau furnished his 10’x15′ home with only the necessary basics – a bed, a table, a desk, and three chairs.”

Check out this awesome blog post about Writers’ Bedrooms, including Virginia Woolf, Truman Capote, Emily Dickinson, Michael Morpurgo, Slyvia Plath, Marcel Proust and many more! Let us know your favorites.  (Click here, or on the photograph to go to the original site and view all 15 writers’s rooms).


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