Wigiwama is an award-winning brand from Latvia.


The Wigiwama brand was founded in 2016. It was started by creating tipis for children and now its product range has expanded to an impressive variety of different goods for children's rooms.


Wigiwama is a great way to live the fantasy of childhood with kids while being surrounded by quality and stylish products.


Wigiwama’s inspiration is to make beautiful products suitable for every room in the house and for everyday life.


The overall design focus is on creating playful interior items while using enduring quality material and mindful production with respect to future generations.


Wigiwama products are produced locally the brand’s own homelike factory. They carefully select their suppliers and manage all the processes from scratch to final destination to the client. Wigiwama works only with natural materials.


The Wigiwama range is designed and produced with their number one customer in mind — our children and with respect to future generations!

Wigiwama Values


At Wigiwama, going green means taking responsinility for what they do.

When it comes to materials, they follow and manage each stage of the textile production in their own factory.

Their fabrics are dyed and printed in Europe, exclusively for them. The bedding selection is organic and GOTS certified. The filling for beanbags and cushions are non-toxic and hypoallergenic. Although EPS beads are not biodegradable, they can be reused and recycled. All textiles are certified with OEKO-tex class 1, which is the highest classification in the textile industry.

Their newly launched tableware is made of bamboo — bamboo grass matures in five years, significantly faster than any wood product. It is grown and harvested without the use of pesticides. Their water bottles are made of 18/8 stainless steel and a BPA-free lid — hypoallergenic chemical-free and safe for children.


When it comes to packaging, Wigiwama reduces the use of plastic in every way they can. Already half of their products are completely packed plastic-free. All their boxes are cardboard, painted with water-based paints and are fully recyclable. They are swapping plastic parcel strapping for recyclable paper tape.

And finally, for those who are not ready to part with your box — all boxes are designed with an animal mask to be cut, coloured in a desired way and ready for role play.

In an ideal world they would be 100% sustainable in everything they do. They know they are not there yet, but the brand has started with being honest with themselves and about their current efforts.