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LOVE this home! Absolutely the perfect home for a writer
“Colonial Georgian” — jacob1121
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Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
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Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
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Laurelhurst Garden + Studio
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We designed this writer's studio in tandem with an urban backyard and hardscaping renovation. Originally this building was to be a new garage, but the owner liked it so much that halfway through the process, he decided to forgo a garage in favor of an office. Photo: Anna M Campbell: annamcampbell.com
“desk” — stpatti
Black & Spiro Interior Design
Bayside House
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Celebrate youWe all have a budding artist within us – whether that be a painter, musician or writer – and the bedroom can be the best place to immerse yourself in your talents. Why not create an art gallery of your latest works, keep a guitar beside your bed, or jot down your thoughts in a beautiful
“Salon” — Janetneve3009
Bertram Architects
Green Oak Writer's Studio
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Green Oak Writer's Studio
“Orange” — Neha Bansal
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
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Home in Toronto 7
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Writers Mural by Mr Perswall
“Wallpaper” — sammyd_727
Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
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Beverly Hills Estate
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and literary and cultural studies scholars for the imitation or depiction of aspects of Middle Eastern and East Asian cultures (Eastern cultures) by writers, designers and artists from the West. Classic lighting is the popular paper lantern or shade style. Chinese and Japanese motifs may also be used to
“Ceiling” — msfrugees
HUDSON DESIGN Architecture & Construction Mgmt
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Writer's Studio Barn
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Writer's Studio Barn
“Cabin garage” — Aaron Vollmer
Gardening with Confidence®
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Herb House Garden
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Southeast. "Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost," says North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest. "Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now."Get her Southeast April
“Beautiful palette” — mominmanhattan
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