This Textile Designer Archives Everything—And We Mean Everything—With This Compact Scanner

Where Roxana Eslamieh works.
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Visiting a person’s workspace is like taking a peek inside their brain. Whether it’s at home or in an art studio, Where I Work explores where creative people do all of their, well, creating—so that you can steal their on-the-clock style. 

Name: Roxana Eslamieh

Occupation: Textile designer at Manuka Textiles

Where I work: In my Los Angeles studio.

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What time I start: 11 a.m.

What time I clock out: 8 p.m.

Three words that describe my space: Plants, textures, and airy.

The most important thing in my studio: A window.

Courtesy of Manuka Textiles

What’s on the walls: Wallpaper! Plus drawings, color combinations, masks, and art.

My current creative fuel: Days off.

What I turn to when I’m stuck: Swimming.

How I stay organized: Vintage drawers.

Courtesy of Manuka Textiles

Favorite pen: Using it now! Pilot Precise V7 Rolling Ball, Extra Fine.

Best notebook: Designworks Ink Vegan Leather Folio.

Technology I can’t live without: iPad.

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Desk chair that I could (and do) spend hours in: Standing stool.

How I fight the 3 p.m. slump: Sunshine and wine.

Ideal office snack: Cheese and pineapple with Perrier.

Preferred soundtrack: Anything Giorgio Moroder.

Courtesy of Manuka Textiles

Things I Can’t Work Without

I use this for multiple purposes, from rolling out wallpaper to hanging small overhead shots. 

It’s a powerful and small hard drive. I take a handful of these with me everywhere I go!

Best invention ever. Scanners. I tell you, I scan everything!

This is where I go to think.

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Julie Vadnal is the deputy editor of Domino. She edits and writes stories about shopping for new and vintage furniture, covers new products (and the tastemakers who love them), and tours the homes of cool creatives. She lives in Brooklyn.