Southampton Wooden Map
Wooden Map Art
Our wooden maps are cartographically accurate scale model representations, cut in real beautifully finished wood. We are proud of our maps as a lot of hours go into designing, creating and finishing each map to make sure they are perfect.
Our maps make perfect gifts, as they are completely unique. Whether it be for farthers day, a wedding or to hang in your house. Check out our range or message us for custom maps.
Don’t see a that you want? You can order a custom map of any location! Any city, town or village. Truly personalise your map.
Find out how by clicking the button below.
Made with premium poplar
Every map is made with high quality Poplar to reduce knots and blemishes which results in a smooth perfect finish.
Each map is designed carefully by us to include the exact area you want.
Mount to the wall
Every map comes with supplied mounting brackets to allow mounting to any wall.
Every map is made from 6mm Poplar premium finish wood.
We offer our maps in 3 different sizes.
- A4 – 297mm x 210mm
- A3 – 420mm x 297mm
- A2~ – 590mm x 390mm
Every map is made from our workshop based in Southampton, UK.
Every map that we make is made to order so we do not keep a backlog of stock.
If you order a predesigned map these will averagely take 4-5 days to make and ship to you.
If you order a custom map these will take a bit longer as we will need to make your design from scratch. These will take about 10-12 days once we agree on a design.
Shipping is dependant on your location and size of map ordered. If you are in the UK our maps averagely cost £6 to ship.
We do ship internationally but please contact us before hand so we can confirm shipping costs.
Yes! Each map comes with optional mounting brackets to allow you to mount the map to any wall.
We endevour to make every map we make to be as accurate as possible, but compromises sometimes have to be made. To ensure structural rigidity some roads have to be removed or resized to avoid wood snapping or bending. You will be informed of this at the design stage in which we can discuss options.