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Mirror | Wall | Puddle


Buyback Value: £42.00

The wood frame mirror shape designed by Barbora Adamonytė-Keidūnė for  Namous, is a stylized replica of a rain puddle and has been inspired by a human need to search for a self-image wherever possible. The gaps in the shape of this large circle mirror serve for an additional function of a shelf.

Made in Lithuania

Buy New - £41.00
Buy Reinvented
  • Additional Information
    Dimensions 70 × 70 × 3 cm
    Composition , ,
    Origin Lithuania
  • End of Life

    This product is part of The Reinvention Program. That means you can send it back to us if you don’t want it anymore. Please go to your order history and submit a request. We will arrange a return for your product so it can have a second life, and you will be rewarded with a refund that you can redeem on your future orders.

    ConditionBuyback Value
    Excellent £10.25 - £39
    Good £6.83 - £26
    Average £5.13 - £19.5
    Salvage £4.1 - £15.6
  • Shipping
    • Free Shipping For Orders Over £150.00
    • Standard Delivery – Within 1 – 2 business days (in-stock)
    • Delivery to a UPS Collection Point – 1-3 working days
    • Special home delivery for large volume orders with assembly - 7-14 business days
    You can attach the pre-paid shipping label to your return package and leave it at our courier’s nearest drop off location. You can find additional information about the Exchange and Return Policy or your right to withdrawal in our FAQ .

Design Story

The mission of NAMUOS (in English, it means AT HOME) is functionality, quality and simplicity. NAMUOS products are of exclusive quality for your home, office, hotel or restaurant and created by Lithuanian designers.

Namuos founder Rasa is always searching for perfection, seeking to create a visually intellectual home. Her philosophy – there should not be too many things in the home, and each of them should have a clear intended purpose, be aesthetic, of good quality and made from natural materials.

Her belief is that the materials used by Lithuanians since olden times – clay, wood, linen, leather or brass – can be used to make pieces that are suitable for decorating a modern urban home. Wood, beeswax, linen, leather, clay, and brass warmed by the hands of an artisan can become a small detail of the interior, a symbol that brings happiness, and an accessory.

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