Friday Fun: A Room of One’s Own

Although I am the least artistic person in the world, I think an artist’s studio would be a very inspiring place for a writer to work in. Here are some places which caught my eye in the past.

So much light

More achievable, everyday studio inspiration

If necessary, I’ll take these away by force!

Even when they are cluttered, there is something peaceful about studios

Last but not least, when art, interior design and poetic inspiration combine

Friday Fun: Studios for Those Who Don’t Like Studios

If you don’t like studios, that means you haven’t found the perfect one for you yet. There is such variety out there, so much fun to be had in decorating virtually…

Gleefully feminine, from Where Women Create.


Architect’s office in the famous Talgarth Road of houses for artists, London.

Offices for La Granja Design, Barcelona

Another Barcelona studio, designed for and by Miriam Barrio.

Cezanne’s surprisingly modern-looking pad, with painterly view, France

Writer’s study, US. Although, can this be a real writer? There is far too much shelf space available!

Ceramics studio – not for the clumsy likes of me, but very pretty nevertheless, from Heath.

Home office more than a studio, but close enough if you are a graphic designer who doesn’t get messy. From Minimalist Interiors.

Colourful private studio in Boulder, Colorado.

Friday Fun: Atelier is another word for creative space

Everybody should have a space where they can be as creative as they wish, or messy, or crafty, or simply relaxed. Here are some ‘atelier’ spaces for many different types of creatives, proving that they don’t always have to be messy…

Jewellery makers at Atelier Messia, Paris.

The achingly trendy Swedish design studio, from

Modern and with everything in its place, from Pinterest.

Sometimes I feel like… somebody’s watching me! From

Lots of light here, perhaps too much in summer. From

Whimsical conservatory workshop, from

The dreamy space that belongs to Celestine Bouton.