The mission of NAMUOS is designing and producing products with a subtlety that withstand the passage of time and whose quality and durability in a modern fast-changing world remind us of this in our everyday routines. We search for inspiration in nature, traditional crafts and colours native to our up-north climate. We always strive for an optimum price and quality ratio.
We combine functionality and natural environmentally friendly materials in our designs. The entire NAMUOS collection is produced in Lithuania. As our forests are rich in oaks, ashes, and birches, we can use this native grown timber for our products. Other natural materials, common for traditional crafts, such as wool, metal, and leather, are also used in manufacturing.
NAMUOS was born from a love of aesthetics and a cosy home. We are a family business, launched in 2016. Every year, we add new table decoration ideas, textile decor, bathroom accessories, and other interior elements to our range, helping our customers to create the home that reflects their philosophy of living.
All products have been designed and made exclusively for the NAMUOS brand.
HOW ARE OUR PRODUCTS MADE?
NAMUOS products are produced at carefully selected Lithuanian manufacturers whom we can trust, and who comply with ethical manufacturing principles and ensure the highest product quality.
All manufactured products arrive at our workshop where we add the final finishing touches, inspect the product quality and package them.
When creating NAMUOS products, we focus on solutions that minimise our environmental impact. We know the entire product manufacturing path from the raw materials used to final packaging.
For product finishing, we use sustainable materials, such as water-based varnish, and eco-certified waxes and oils.
Scraps from manufacturing, for example, brass, are recycled and used to create new products. Wool and scraps of leather we give away to design schools, crafters of jewellery or use them to make small presents for our customers.
Almost all our products are packed in recycled cardboard. Plastic packaging is only used where strictly necessary and unavoidable – for protecting the packaging against moisture or ensuring safety in transportation. Polyethylene (PE) foam and Styrofoam are used for additional protection of extremely fragile items, such as mirrors and ceramics. Packaging materials remaining after transportation, production or other sources are reused in our activities.