X-Large Muskoka Antique Style Map
This map is custom printed to order.
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Antique Style Muskoka Map
A large and beautiful wall map designed specifically to match the décor of a true ‘Muskoka’ cottage or home.
Using the colours reminiscent of ‘old world’ maps and combining them with a gentle topographical rendering of the rugged glacially scoured landscape, this intriguing map displays the Muskoka Lakes area with historic style.
The map is unique in a variety of ways:
- The colours and artistic composition of the map were carefully decided upon with input from a true ‘Muskoka’ designer and interior decorator.
- The map’s extensive size allows it to be enjoyed as a central decorative piece within a large room.
- The map is professionally printed on a superior archival paper to ensure that it holds its colours through time and can be passed down through generations.
- Never before has this geographic area been portrayed at this size and with such intricate detail and style.
Antique Style Muskoka Map printed on Gallery Wrapped Canvas, Size 30" wide x 40" tall.
Available in 2 Size Options:
- Large - 44" wide x 58" tall
- Small - 30" wide x 40" tall
The Muskoka Lakes (Lake Joseph, Lake Rosseau, Lake Muskoka), and the surrounding area.
Features: All Lakes, Rivers and Waterways, Highways, Major Roads, Cottage Roads, Provincial Parks, Airports, Towns, Villages, Hamlets, Natural Features
Paper - Customers often choose this option if they have a specific framing or finishing option in mind.
Flushmounted - The paper print is mounted onto a 1/8" masonite, then protected by a non-glare laminate. A 3/4" box frame is mounted on the back of the masonite flush with the outside edges. The edges are finished in black. Slotted on the back, ready to hang.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas - The map is printed onto 8 oz primed canvas, then protected by a non-glare laminate. The canvas is stretched on a 1 1/4" x 1 3/4" frame with 1 3/4" of the map wrapped around the sides and stapled onto the back of the frame.