CORK MAP

Homes+ (Australia) - - PRACTICAL IDEAS -

This pin­board will add in­ter­est to a blank wall – and bring the big wide world into your study. Day­dream away!

STEP ONE On a clean floor, lay out your printed map (re­fer to Google world map or an at­las). Use sticky tape to at­tach all the A4 sheets to­gether. STEP TWO Place the com­pleted map on top of your sheet of cork and se­cure in place with sticky tape.

STEP THREE Cut around the large con­ti­nents and coun­tries with scis­sors, adding ex­tra tape if re­quired, then care­fully trim around the printed lines. STEP FOUR Con­sult Google Maps to cor­rectly po­si­tion all the cut-out con­ti­nents and coun­tries. Fas­ten to your wall with pic­ture hang­ing strips.

IN THE PIC­TURE Ful­ton of­fice desk, $495, from Matt Blatt. Gus mod­ern school chair, $545, from Life In­te­ri­ors. Char­lie ta­ble lamp, $10, from Tar­get. Tune Out head­phones, $24.99, from Typo. Round The World globe, $14.95 for small, from Typo. Kvissle let­ter tray, $34.99, from Ikea. Photo ac­tiv­ity jour­nal, $19.99, and Fly Fly Away travel jour­nal, $24.99, from Typo. Vi­sion board kit, $9.95, from Kikki K. FOR PROJECT 1.8m x 65cm cork sheet­ing, $100, from Frameshop.

Colour up Keep the cork au na­turel or trans­form with spray paint.

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