MUNIO home is a story about
people and their
homes.

We create our home. We step over the threshold and

we are – at home. The doors shut, and we are with

ourselves. With our own aromas and feelings, sounds

and silence, order, and habits. With our own feeling of time.

MUNIO home is 100 different stories of the home told through objects. We are homemakers. We are home.

MUNIO home is the creation of three sisters, Elina, Laura, and Liene. They are 100% Riga city girls who spent their summers in Berzciems, the village their family comes from. The sisters’ lifeblood was formed by their grandparents: grandma taught peace, but grandpa – to always infuse activity with energy. All three are driven by a deep sense of family and a conviction that everything must be done thoroughly to the very end. The house in Engure, that grandpa built with dad, has a room for each of the six grandchildren – so that each has a space to call home and create home. For the sisters there is no question that objects made by Latvian craftsmen have always had a place there, it’s just the way it is. Wearing modern Latvian designer clothes or jewelry they feel pride. And courage. Design from your own country – it’s a backbone that supports you wherever you go.

MUNIO home is brought to India by Babita Bajaj. During her visit to Latvia, she came across the creation of three sisters, Elina, Laura, and Liene, who have created home objects made by Latvian craftsmen which are unique in designs and exclusive which every woman feels like acquiring to build her home

MUNIO home homewares have been designed by architect Zane Tetere. It was a tantalizing experiment with an astonishing but flawless result. As a full-blooded city dweller, who also spent her childhood summers in a summerhouse just outside the city, the urban landscape is a daily lifestyle. That’s why in this collection, Zane has encoded the flavor of city life and the solutions that industry offers and fused it with Latvian earthiness and a northern sensibility – a specific tonality and ancient techniques that the world has long forgotten, but Latvian masters still practice and use. That is what inspired, for example, city lace – crocheted lace in the form of maps of Tokyo and Riga that embellish the duvet covers.

The main characteristic of MUNIO home design is stylistic purity, monolithic, geometric dishes. Objects that stand out with intelligent discreet texture rather than bright colors. Materials gleaned from wild Northern nature – clay, birch bark, and linen. A perfect interplay of materials – wood enhanced by aluminum, glass by wood. A symbiosis of past and present, ancient tradition, interpreted through contemporary design. A homewares line is born where each natural material is both a feature and a compliment to the others

Only Sustainable Materials

100 different stories of home, lived through objects. Clean and true, thereby making them rich and grand treasures.

Inspired from nature, & 100-year-old wisdom for your modern home.

1

CANDLE

Candles lovingly crafted using only 100% natural soy wax and aromas, to generate warmth & light.
2

SKINCARE

Enjoy the naturally scented and organically sourced skincare products – soaps, body lotions & body oils.
3

CLAY

The wet clay on the wheel submits to the roundness guided by the potter’s hands & forms into a beautiful bowl.
4

GLASS

The glassblower blows into a glass blob, and with a thousand-year-old method, a glass mug is born.
5

LINEN

The weavers weave the wisdom and folklore of their ancestors and yarns beautifully twist into a fabric.
6

CUTLERY

The master starts the work by carving a spoon from a block of wood, polishing, & oiling it to perfection