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!
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.
Reach for the stars by framing a vintage celestial chart. Rand McNally print in the office of Thomas O’Brien via Elle Decor.
Show some state pride! Antique Map circa 1817 by Fielding Lucas – Archival Reproduction via BlueMonaclePrints on Etsy.