Keep a visual record of your travels stateside with a Wayfarer push-pin travel map. From the adept cartographers of National Geographic, the print depicts a Lambert conformal conic projection of our great republic in it’s finest detail. Token flourishes and vibrant color palette personify contemporary styling, suitable for the more leisurely of home decor. This variegated print comes framed in our 1.5″ Driftwood, featuring a square profile and solid Poplar wood construction, finished with a black stain that accentuates the weathered appearance. Alternate uses for the Wayfarer include: office or customer locations, genealogy, research, and education. Let only your imagination be the limit.
- Track your travels on this beautiful National Geographic push pin travel map
- Each framed piece comes fully assembled and ready to hang, including: 100 assorted color map tacks, rigid black backing, pre-installed hanging hardware
- Map is 24 inches by 36 inches; professionally mounted on foamcore
- Frame moulding is 1.5 inches wide; rustic black barnwood appearance; solid Poplar construction; worn weathered finish with heavy wood grain
- Finished size (outside dimensions of the framed piece) is 26.5 inches by 38.5 inches
How To Prepare Yourself To Be An Expert In Home Improvement
Are you seeking ways to give your home’s interior a “lift”? You have found the right resource. The following information can help you make your home more comfortable to live in and may even help increase its value.
Brand new furniture, even from department stores, can break the budget. You can add some pizzazz to your rooms with nice furniture by shopping local thrift stores and garage sales. There may be a lot of cool used things you find, like new furniture. Some items may need a little fixing up, but with a little elbow grease and time, you could end up with a treasured item in your home.
You can generate visual detail and disguise imperfections by using textured drywall mud techniques. It is easy to create texture. Use a trowel to apply the joint compound, and then dab with a sponge, brush, or a crunched up newspaper to add some texture.
Remember your environment whenever you are making improvements to your home. For example, it is not a wise invest to install a sun room with no insulation in the colder climates. Do what you want within the bounds of reason.
Ask a reputable professional to help you inspect the condition of your existing floors before you decide to lay down all new hardwood. You may already have one under old carpet! If that’s the case, you can save money and have better flooring this way.
Keep safety first as you go about the tasks necessary to improve your home. Any project you are working on involves some level or risk, so follow instructions for power tools and ask a professional for help if there is something you do not understand. There are also a good number of online tutorials that can assist you with your project.
These simple ideas can help make your dwelling easier to live in. Take these tips and add your own. Your home improvement journey has just begun!