peek inside the bedroom of classic writers. Above is Truman Capote...
Virginia Woolf kept a sizable book collection.
Henry David Thoreau, the master of simple living, furnished his small room with only the bare necessities: A bed, a table, a desk, and three chairs.
Emily Dickinson did most of her writing at her small writing table.
William Faulkner outlined the plot of The Fable on the walls of his bedroom.
What does your bedroom say about you, friends? Do you think a person's bedroom says a lot about their personality?
P.S. Three more bedrooms.
[Via Apartment Therapy]