Hill-shaded OS maps for trail runners and walkers October 14 2019
If you love hiking or running in the hills then one of our customised hill-shaded Ordnance Survey map wallpapers could be just the thing to inspire you and help you to plan your routes. The hill shading accentuates the terrain, to give the map a feeling of depth on your wall.
Trail runners are a particularly hardy bunch, getting out into the hills all year round. Trail Running Magazine tested the map wallpaper and after hanging a map of her local area on the wall, Editor Claire Maxted said
“Awesome! Now I can see all the trails in my area at a glance, plus the lumpy bits stand out brilliantly with the hill-shading!”
The wallpaper is backed with self-adhesive so that you can stick it onto a prepared wall with no glue needed. As you add each adjoining length of wallpaper, you can unstick it and reposition it to ensure that the map is lined up across the joins in the paper. To see Claire’s tips for hanging the wallpaper, watch her YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3s3Juv9g7O8
If you’d like a map on your walls to plan your routes in the hills, we can print a map centred on the postcode of your choice in England, Scotland or Wales using the Ordnance Survey 1:50 000 Landranger® or 1:25 000 Explorer® style mapping.
Simply provide us with the postcode on which you’d like us to centre your map, specify the Ordnance Survey map style you prefer and select one of our standard wallpaper sizes. We’ll send you a proof showing the image that will be printed on your wallpaper for approval. We can also produce made-to-measure wallpaper, please read our wallpaper tips and provide the measurements of your wall in our quote form.
New - Personalised Double sided Map Jigsaw Puzzle October 07 2015
These fantastic double-sided jigsaw puzzles will keep you and your family entertained for hours!
We have a choice of four jigsaw puzzles from streetmaps to world maps, modern maps to vintage maps each available as 308 piece A3 (420mm x 297mm) or 368 piece A2 (594mm x 420mm) jigsaw puzzle.
Our Ordnance Survey Landranger and Explorer map jigsaw puzzles can be centred on a postcode in England, Scotland and Wales with a choice of vintage maps from the early 1800's to the mid 1900's, centred on the same postcode on the reverse.
Our Streetmap Jigsaw puzzle has a Victorian streetmap on one side and a modern streetmap in a choice of two colours on the reverse, centre on a postcode of your choice in England, Scotland or Wales and see how the streets in your chosen area have changed.
If you'd prefer a world map jigsaw puzzle then select your choice of world map from our range of world images and colours.
Each jigsaw puzzles is individually hand-made and packaged in a craft style manila box with the option of adding your own personal title to the box front making these jigsaw puzzles an ideal personalised gift for any occasion.
Vintage maps look great and tell us so much about the story of our best-loved landscapes. Here at Love Maps On, we love vintage maps and we're delighted to bring you early Ordnance Survey maps as wallpaper centred on your chosen postcode. Give a room a vintage map makeover that's personal to you and showcases a location that you love.
The Ordnance Survey, Britain's national mapping agency, published its first paper map in 1801 and went on to produce map series that have become iconic among map lovers. Our collection features the Ordnance Survey's earliest mapping projects during the pre-Victorian and Victorian eras, a period when our towns and cities were fast-developing. As well as telling us about British history and culture, these vintage maps make wonderful decoration for a room. Their subtle shading, delicate colouring and birds-eye depiction of landmarks are simply beautiful. If, like us, you love to unfold a classic paper map then you'll find the styling of these maps irresistible.
|Old Series map wallpaper||Revised New Series map wallpaper|
The Old Series, published between 1805 and 1874, was the first comprehensive mapping of the country, printed at a scale of one-inch-to-one-mile. This was followed by the Revised New Series, published from 1879, the first colour maps of Britain and also printed at one-inch-to-one-mile. The images above are of the Old Series and Revised New Series maps centred on the same postcode, showing the growth Reading over half a century.
For a more detailed map view, we also offer the County Series which was published by the Ordnance Survey from 1840 at a scale of six-inches-to-one-mile. At this scale, you have a Victorian street map with a greater level of detail of streets, property outlines, landmark names, parish boundaries etc. This lends itself to creating wallpaper of cities and towns that were fast-growing in Victorian times such as Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Manchester, Nottingham.
|County Series map wallpaper||County Series map wallpaper detail|
Make one of these fascinating vintage maps a feature of a wall in your home or workplace, centred on a favourite town or countryside location that's personal to you. Simply choose the vintage Ordnance Survey map that you prefer, provide us with the postcode in England, Scotland or Wales on which to centre your map and select one of our standard wallpaper sizes. We'll send you a proof showing the image that will be printed on your wallpaper. We can also produce made-to-measure wallpaper, please contact us for a quote.
Our wallpapers are made of a revolutionary, paste free, self-adhesive fabric which can be repositioned and reused. The wallpapers can be stuck to any non-porous surface, such as walls, doors and windows, and have a highly durable non-wrinkle finish.
Our new website is launched! October 11 2013
After much hard work, and quite a few late nights, Love Maps On has a live and functioning website. Have a look around, tell us what you think. We're very much looking forward to the future and expanding our product range.