Plot Your Course

I have always found maps to be quite fascinating. They are an in-depth glimpse of the world. Maps point out the places you have been, and allow you to notice all the places you have yet to explore. I find them to be even more fascinating when they are used in decor. From a framed vintage map, to wallpaper the size of the globe, maps can capture people’s interest and can be an instant conversation starter. People love to talk about their travels, hopes of places to see, and rightfully so. Why not shine some light in the world, right from your very own home.

Cheers to summer travel! Here are a handful of tasteful displays to plot your course. I can’t wait to share with you my journeys that are around the bend…


Breakfast nook by Russel Piccione with blue and white map tile via AD

A blue and white mapped breakfast nook by Robert Piccione. Via AD

Jemma Kidds Home via Elle Decor

The ever elegant home of Jemma Kidd, complete with paneled maps. Via Elle Decor

Maps on the wall via Veranda

A gallery wall of framed maps via Veranda.

Trent Wisehart via Elle Decor

A masculine contrast in this bedroom where the maps create the perfect symmetry. Via Elle Decor

Laura Santos Grennwich Village home via AD

I find map wallpaper to be fascinating. I especially love the look of it in a child’s bedroom. Via AD

map in poweder room via Elle Deocr

A sweet mapped powder room with wainscoting to give even more character. Via Elle Decor