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Virginia Woolf's bedroom at Monks House. ©NTPL/Eric Crichton

Literary Style: 15 Writers' Bedrooms - Virginia Woolf : Full of details — the bookshelves house the author's artful collection of books, many of which she recovered with colored paper.

Looks like me and Virginia Woolf had some things in common: books and favorite color, mint (pale green)

Woolf's bedroom at Monk's House; Virginia and Leonard bought Monk’s House in 1919 for 700 pounds. It was ‘an unpretending house’ as Virginia called it, and she liked it that way.

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Virginia Woolf’s bedroom Monk’s House, Rodmell, Lewes, East Sussex, England. (painting by Vanessa Bell above mantelpiece)

A door painted by Vanessa Bell in 1918 leads out of Duncan Grant's bedroom into his dressing room at Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex. On entering you are immediately faced with silhouette depictions of the Grant family.

A door painted by Vanessa Bell in 1918 leads out of Duncan Grant's bedroom into his dressing room at Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex. On entering you are immediately faced with silhouette depictions of the Grant family.

Interior of Virginia Woolf's Writing Shed at Monk's House, Home of Virginia Woolf and Leonard Woolf, Rodmell, Sussex, England, via Flickr.

Interior of Virginia Woolf's Writing Shed at Monk's House, Home of Virginia Woolf and Leonard Woolf, Rodmell, Sussex, England, via Flickr.

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Virginia Woolf's Monk's House

Monks House inspiration...

“I feel so intensely the delights of shutting oneself up in a little world of one’s own, with pictures and music and everything beautiful.” ― Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out

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