Feminine Map Prints

Lately my office has been holding quite of bit of furniture that needs to get painted for our OKL shop, but due to cold weather that hasn’t been happening. Spring where are you? I’m so over Winter.

With my office acting like storage I’ve been working a lot from our basement aka the man den. Jon picked out everything in here and I’ve been staring at world map wallpaper for what seems like years now. Don’t get me wrong I love a good map especially in a man den setting, but they are just so manly.

I set out to find some more feminine takes on the map trend and I think you will be all be pleased with my picks.

Watercolor Mapis available in 8.5″ x 11″ all the way to 36″ x 48″ from Jessica’s Little Shop of Illustrations:
watercolor map

World Map in Chevron from Third Floor Design.Owner Kimberly is a fellow blogger and so sweet to work with. I’ve used in the past and custom colors or sizes are never an issue!
world map on chevron

Plaint Splashes Map from artPause. Love all of the color and it’s available in an 18″ x 24″ for less than $25!Larger or smaller sizes also available.
paint splashes map

Cotton Candy Pink World Mapfrom The Pixel Prince. What’s more feminine than shades of pink?!
cotton candy pink world map

Magenta Pink map from These are things. They are 20″ x 30″, limited edition (only 100 were made) that were silk screened by hand for $39!
magenta world map

Large Map Print made out of vintage stamps from Stamp Map USA.A get mix of both masculine and feminine.
large map print made out of stamps

Illustrated World Map from The Alice Tait Shop.Perfect for a nursery and you can have it signed by the artist and also personalized if you want her to jot a baby’s name or sweet note on it.
illustrated world map

World Map Print from Famille Summerbelle. Obsessed with all of the details in this one.
papercutmapprint

Ah such pretty options. Have a forgotten about any more options? I always love more sources so if you have any please add to the comments section.

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7 Responses to Feminine Map Prints

  1. Ah, this is the one place I’d disagree with you. I love maps, any and all. But I’m not a fan of the pink and purple ones. The last couple you have here are neat, but overall, I’m a traditionalist when it comes to maps.

    I don’t think they’re masculine as long as they’re not surrounded by massive furniture, dark colors, and other masculine details. My living room is black and cream with accents of a pale blue-green, and I have an old school map above my sofa. It’s a very dainty sort of room, and the map just brings the extra color in so well.

    But maybe part of it is a map lets me dream of travel… :)

    • effortless says:

      Oh no Jenn is this our first fight? :) JK. I like both masculine and feminine versions. The ones I have been staring at day in and out are more in the cream/ta/burgundy color story so they are a bit more manly.

  2. It might be very 80’s of me, but I’m loving the splatter paint map. Such great colors!

  3. Heather P. says:

    I love that paint splatter version! It’s also nice that it’s totally in my price range, and is super colorful! I have been looking for a painting like that for a while, but that might help tide me over until I can find something worth spending bigger bucks on!

  4. Carrie says:

    I was searching etsy today for butterfly images for my daughter’s room and found this rather girly map, which made me think of you & this post:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/97047920/butterflies-map-of-the-world-map-art?ref=&sref=

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