via Apartment TherapyI don't know if I'd want to live in any of them, but they were all thought provoking. William Faulkner's austere room was definitely a stand out for me - with the plot of one of his books shellacked on the wall. Happy Long Weekending, glenda
One of the reasons why I love design blogs is their penchant for providing glimpses into other people's homes. So, imagine how excited I was when Apartment Therapy allowed me to spy in on the bedrooms of famous authors! Many bedroom aesthetics made sense, like Henry Thoureau's (shown below), some were surprising, all were interesting.