Inspiring Workplaces of Famous Creatives

It’s an intensely personal thing—the space where you create and think. Do you have a messy desk, or an organized one? Do you do your best work in a place with lots of light and open space, or a cluttered and cozy library?

Sneak a peek into the workspaces of famously creative people—some are orderly and minimalistic, others are cluttered and chaotic—but all are uniquely suited to the habits and aesthetics of these artists, writers, and thinkers.

Mark Twain, author and humorist

Nigella Lawson, food writer

Georgia O’Keefe, painter

E.B. White, writer

Roald Dahl, children’s author

Yves Saint Laurent, fashion designer

Lisa Congdon, illustrator

Jane Austen, novelist

Mark Chagall, painter

John Updike, writer

Susan Orlean, journalist

Mark Rothko, painter

(images via Buzzfeed)

 This post was originally published over at The Writers’ Block Blog.

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