I often see this question on blogs. I think a lot of them came from a blog hop a while back that I missed. Anyway, I got to thinking about this question about a week ago after reading this post at io9.
I was particulary fascinated by Terry Pratchett and his six monitors, and Neil Gaiman's garden office.
I really want Gaiman's garden office:
But alas, I'm far, far away from achieving that goal, and besides I'd probably be too distracted by the world around me to get any writing done.
So, where do I write?
Depends on how focused I want to be. If I'm just farting around, I'll do it on the couch, or even in bed. If I want to get some real work done, and I don't want cats trying to crawl on my laptop, I'll work at the kitchen table.
I've considered setting up a real, actual, Serious Writer™, work space, but a) I'm lazy, and b) I'm not sure where I'd put it. I have a three bedroom house; two of those rooms are occupied, and the third is a guest room/dumping ground for stuff I should throw away/donate/unpack (been here for 3 years BTW and still have stuff in boxes). I could clear out that third room, but it's so small that a twin bed and a small dresser take up most of the free space. There's no place for a desk.
So, kitchen table it is.