I am here for this lithub article on The Rooms Where 20 Famous Books Were Written.
Living like this description of Edith Wharton is my life goal:
Edith Wharton famously did most of her writing in bed (longhand, in the mornings, with her dogs). In her bedroom at The Mount, she wrote the book that would make her famous, The House of Mirth, as well as Ethan Frome, dropping each finished page to the floor for her secretary to pick up, organize, and type.
Also, of all the rooms featured, I think the exiled Victor Hugo’s “Crystal Room” would be my first choice.