I just adore this bedding for a boy’s room, not only for its travel-inspired print, but also for the bright, bold colors.
Buy this pair of pendant lights or try your own DIY version with an old globe from eBay and a lighting kit.
This map-covered lantern would bring great texture to the room. Try your own by breaking out your paper cutters and an old atlas from a used bookstore.
Serena & Lily’s “Dylan” crib bedding has a subtle safari print that would look nice in a girl’s or gender-neutral nursery. Blue isn’t just for boys!
This map quilt would be perfect as a wall hanging or something to snuggle under during story time.
Order this personalized pillow in travel size and present it to your little one during his first flight to make a special memory.
This fabric is covered in a map of London’s subway system (the “Tube”), and the bright colors would intrigue a little one. Turn it into a bold Roman shade, a colorful crib skirt or frame a swatch.
This plush rug will keep dreams of lands far away right under your wee one’s feet.
A mobile made from maps is both culturally and geographically interesting. Mount it over the changing table to keep your baby mesmerized while you do the dirty work.
This map garland could be strung up on the wall or over the curtain rod.
For a more modern and scientific take on a nursery mobile, this globe version fits the bill.
I love wooden monograms in a nursery; I even made one for my son. It would be easy and cheap to make a map-covered monogram like this with an old atlas page, a craft-store letter and some Mod Podge.
Children absorb languages so easily, and these French alphabet cards are a great way to introduce a few words in my favorite Romance language.
I absolutely adore this print, and I bought a similar one for my daughter’s nursery from this artist. Animals and maps make total cuteness!
Put all those extra buttons you’ve been stashing away just in case your shirt needs repairing to good use: Make a clever and colorful map with them. You’ll never fix that shirt anyway.
Mark your child’s entry to the world with a personalized map just for him or her.
I’ve noticed that a lot of travel-inspired nursery art is very masculine, so I have a soft spot for this feminine graphic that will inspire little lady explorers.
These pretty prints are a great alternative to map art because they focus on a notable feature in each country. I love them — and may buy them!