I've spent so much time last night taking a peek at writers' rooms over at guardian.co.uk - so inspiring! My favorites are these two because they are very close to my own eclectic style.
Which got me thinking (read: dreaming) about my ideal writing space. The most important thing for me is to have lots of light. I like to stare outside when I'm writing so it has to be a room with a view. And it has to have a sofa or a bed, because I like to take naps in between.
In reality, however, I don't even think a room works for me. I have a small studio now and I live by myself but even then, I seldom write at home. I write my best when I'm outside, preferably while sitting in a coffee shop and watching people walk by.
How about you, what's your ideal writing space?
P.S. More writers' rooms here. And just so you won't miss them, this is where Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte used to write.