I love seeing other people’s creative spaces.
Here are 40 Inspiring workspaces of the Famously Creative so check them out.
I’ve selected a few and the reasons why I love them.
MARC CHAGALL – painter
I love Chagall’s beautiful, dreamy work. And he looks like a lovely man.
E. B. WHITE – Author
The raw starkness of E. B. White’s writing studio says it all. On the outside is nothing, but inside, a whole new world flourishes.
PABLO PICASSO – PAINTER
What a fabulous house Picasso lived in!
RUTH REICL – FOOD WRITER
I love the view. I would like a studio with a view looking over mountains or the sea.
PAUL CEZANNE – PAINTER
Cezanne’s studio looks like one of his beautiful paintings.
My studio is really messy. My drawing table is lovely. I designed it and had it made at Nyora Studios in Eltham. It is based on Shaker furniture.
Being a writer and an illustrator means that I am twice as messy and need double the space. In my next house I want to build my dream studio. It will be in the back garden with lots of windows and plenty of light and a view of trees and plants and shrubbery.
And maybe it will be by the sea.