Charles Dickens' Study Door at his Gad's Hill Place home, Higham, Rochester, Kent. "The door features a MOCK BOOKSHELF that...is indistinguishable from the bookshelves that line the walls." He invented some amusing TITLES for his FAUX BOOKS [such as] Cat's Lives - 9 vol set; Socrates on Wedlock; The Wisdom of Our Ancestors series: 1-Ignorance, 2-Superstition, 3-The Block, 4-The Stake, 5-The Rack, 6-Dirt & 7-Disease; next to a thin vol. of The Virtues of Our Ancestors
nap with a view - This looks like where we stayed in Pt.view is a bit off, but check out the room and funky windows! view either photoshopped or those windows and unfinished redwood wall are more common than I thought!