Uk as Art Map Gravlax

What is the UK as Art map collection?

The UK As Art collection is an expression of vibrancy, of that latent desire in some of us to add a splash of colour into our lives. You may be embarking on a trendy makeover of a living room. Or you might just like to brighten up a spot in your home, with something memorable and eye-catching or looking to make your small space seem larger. Whatever your mood, the UK as Art Prints are the perfect choice for all seasons. Celebrate summer with some colour or make your winters a bit brighter with these stunning maps!

Highlights

Size

The UK as Art Map collection comes in a comfortable A3 size, making it perfect to hang in any room in your home. You could also place it on a shelf or mantlepiece to act as a more subtle focal point in your room.

UK As Art Shamrock image

Stunning Paper Quality

Printed on superior Matt Art paper, these maps are an amazing colour reproduction finish, giving you a high quality photo result finish. The paper is 300gsm and is uncoated, for a crisp modern and contemporary appearance.

Uk As Art Map Thistle image

Vibrant Colour Choices

Choose from a stunning range of 10 colours that will suit any kind of room in your home, or one that feels the most personal to you. The UK as Art Map collection includes such bright shades as Cerulaean Blue, Parakeet Green, Blush, Thistle, and the UK as Art Gravlax – the tone inspired by Pantone’s 2019 Colour the Year, ‘Living Coral’.

Or why not pick a few different stunning hues and mix and match them, if you’re feeling particularly trendy!

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Artistic Quality Finish

Pick a map from the UK as Art collection in a matt art finish for a style that simply pops, or on white or black wood frames. The frames are made from real ayous wood, and the print is protected with perspex glazing, to help your map last years. The wood frames have a 20mm wide edging and are 15mm deep.

Uk as Art Daffodil Map in Black wood frame image

 

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