I do not have an office.
That's right, you heard it here first.
What I have is a desk (I got it for free) next to my son's keyboard.
What i have is a small space in my bedroom, where my husband also has his study (aka our bed).
This is a photo of my study:
I pride myself on being able to write anywhere--in my car, on buses, in museums and cafes, during meetings, and waiting in line, but ... but ... since I've just turned 50 and I'm at work on a 4th book ... I think it's time to legitimize my profession as a writer.
Because my son is afraid of monsters, we have an empty room off the kitchen. Instead of hanging out/sleeping in there, he bunks with his sister in the tiny room near our bedroom. Yes, a spare room.
Where to start? My sister said "Google Home Office Design," so I did:
I don't think so.
This one's kinda cute.
Too modern.Too living-room.
This last one feels the most like me--I like the natural wicker, the hassock (though that might be a pipe dream--I need back support?), and there's something inviting about the white and natural browns.