A Creative Space for Your Writing

Office On The BeachWhen I’m not writing, teaching writing or editing other people’s writing, you’ll most likely find me watching HGTV (House and Garden TV).

I’m really not much of a do-it-yourselfer around the house but I get really, really inspired by all the wonderful decorative organizing ideas I see in magazines, on TV shows, and via blogs.

Creating a writing space is much like writing itself.

  • Start with what you have.
  • Expand what you have with what you know.
  • Ask for help when you don’t know what to do next.
  • Do a little here and a bit more there; small steps lead to great results.
  • The end product will be something you’ll be proud to show off.

Do you have a special place where you write? Whether this weekend beckons you to write or to organize your creative writing space, here are some creative spaces to inspire you.

Home Office Inside a Closet
This home office example
shows that you don’t need a lot of square footage for your creative writing space when you use beautiful accessories to create savvy storage.

Writer’s Nook In The Attic
Imagine you’re a writer who desires creative writing space away from the hustle and bustle of family noise. Have an unused alcove in the attic? Or any alcove? This creative writing space may inspire you.

A Real Dining Room Office Conversion
Are you a writer who cheats? I mean, not really cheat, cheat, but cheat yourself and your home of a proper dining room by using the dining table as your office? If that’s you, why not turn that dining room into a proper office like this gal did?

Entry Hallway Turned Office Space for A Writer
The key to this hallway add-on writer’s nook is high storage above. Even if you keep a messy desk, no one will know when the doors close to hide your work in process.

2 thoughts on “A Creative Space for Your Writing

    • John, that sounds like a perfect writing space to me. The less clutter, both physically and mentally, the better. I hope that set up brings you many days of writing productivity. Thanks for sharing.

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