Another great article. It is always interesting to see how others like to work, although this is a bit of speculative architecture more than anything else. I certainly have found that changing surroundings and workspace dramatically alters my ability to work. I prefer using my laptop on the dining table, looking out the windows, instead of sitting at my desk all the time, especially for creative writing. But the desk is better for photo work, as it is darker and I can see the colors on screen better. I have a plan to start using our boat as a writing retreat over the colder months. We will see how that works.
We know writers have some weird habits and that a sense of place is often one of the most important aspects of a story. Considering these qualities, it seems natural that writers usually yearn for their own private sanctuaries. For the wordsmiths currently drafting their latest and greatest, but with no literary oasis to call home, let these stunning writing studios serve as inspiration to transform your corner of the world into a personal retreat.
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