Map Style

I’m liking the idea of using maps as inspired decoration. I was first introduced to this idea by my uncle Rick who keeps a large framed map of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth in his entertainment room. It’s just a cool way to display a piece of yourself.

Whether the map is fictional or non-fictional, exhibit a print that represents your family history, pop culture interests, places you’ve traveled, or places you want to travel. Get creative with it and have fun!

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I would love to own this Cairo Print by Rifle Paper Co. The Mummy has always been one of my favorite movies and has fueled my fascination with Ancient Egypt.

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Reach for the stars by framing a vintage celestial chart. Rand McNally print in the office of Thomas O’Brien via Elle Decor.

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Show some state pride! Antique Map circa 1817 by Fielding Lucas – Archival Reproduction via BlueMonaclePrints on Etsy.

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  1. I have that Cairo print – it was part of a calendar that they produced last year. I took the calendar apart and now each page is framed in my stairway. The prints really are gorgeous in person!