For a writer, it shouldn't matter where we write. The muse should come when called, sometimes hesitantly, but it should come.
However, it isn't always so. Sometimes it's good to have a nice space within which to work, a place that calls to the writer and perhaps the muse, if you believe that sort of thing.
I like going into my office where I have a curtain to shut me off from the rest of the house. I'd like to have a door, but for now this is my space and I do the best with it I can. I have photos and old advertisements and some art on the walls. Two bookshelves, my desk, two lamps on either end of the desk, a small file cabinet (red from Ikea), music is always playing, and there are a few other odds and ends.
As I sat here this morning at about 5:30 (early is the best time to work, especially with kids on summer break), I thought about writer's offices and did a little exploring. I found some I envy, many I hate, and a few studios I would sell a teenager for.
Below are two galleries. One is offices and the other studios.