Dana Haim is a textile shop and design studio founded by San Francisco based designer, Dana Haim.

We partner with talented artisans globally to create handmade, heirloom textiles for the home. Through our collaboration, we aim to create timeless and functional home goods while preserving traditional textile processes. As new technology replaces older, more manual systems, we believe in the innate beauty and timelessness of objects made by hand.

Our mission is to create handmade, ethical textiles that are beautiful, long lasting, and most importantly, made with love.

We have worked with brands such as Loeffler Randall, Of a Kind, Yumi, Stone Fox Bride, ABC Carpet and Home, One Kings Lane, Chairish, Weiden + Kennedy, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Vogue and more to create bespoke textiles, large scale installations, and site specific work.

Dana's personal story:

Dana Haim (pronounced Dah-nah) is a Colombian-American fiber artist, designer, mother, and traveler. Dana graduated with a BFA in textile design from the Rhode Island School of Design, where her focus was on weaving, silk screening, and machine knitting. After a brief stint living and working in Tel Aviv she went on to get an MA in Design for Textile Futures from London’s Central Saint Martins. Her thesis project explored the preservation of craft in an increasingly digital age. Since then, she has been obsessed with traveling and discovering handmade textile production techniques and processes. She is endlessly fascinated by how textiles are a language spoken by most cultures and behave quite literally as a form of weaving communities around the world together. She founded her eponymous company while living and working on site specific textile installations in Brooklyn, NY.  Dana continues to travel the world to immerse herself in local cultures and textile traditions. She develops deep, personal relationships with skilled artisans and proudly collaborates with them on modern heirloom products. She takes pride in preserving their authentic, high quality craftsmanship and infuses them with her own design aesthetic. The result is a beautiful collaboration that empowers artisans economically while also preserving their unique cultural heritage.

We hope you enjoy these textiles as much as we enjoy making them.

With love, always.

“I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.” – Mary Anne Radmacher