This week, our "guess who" shows off the living room of a very famous writer. We think the style suits the personality of the author quite well and there is a clue or two to tip you off. Take a close look, make your guess and then jump below to see if you are correct...
It's Truman Capote's room from his home in the Hamptons. According to Architectural Digest, "In a brightly painted and comfortably arranged setting in the living room, the author wrote at this round wicker table. A pack of loose yellow unruled Sphinx paper, some notebooks, a photograph of Capote and his glasses share the space with an open copy of In Cold Blood. "
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Top Photo: Architectural Digest/June 2002
Bottom Photo: Irving Penn