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oh my gosh, so much dorm inspiration. I am absolutely COMPLETELY in love with this and may have to copy it inch by inch when I move into my dorm...

Love the idea of framing maps of where one has traveled. Might work great in the long hallway we have.

Get the Look: Add personality to a bedroom with creative window treatments. If the room has a theme, look for curtain rods, drapery panels, or window shades that build on it. Here, a large map, which adds to the room's travel theme, was cut to fit a standard roller shade kit.

World map, color coded, for places I have been and places I want to go. Flags with dates for places I've been/when?

Map Quest - We told you we couldn't get enough of vintage maps. Find a flea market frame in need of a little TLC. Clean it up, prime it, and repaint. Lightly sand the edges to mimic aging, then add a light coating of crackle finish to give it a time-worn appeal to match your vintage map.

I am so drawn to maps and globes. I don't imagine having a collection this big, but I do need to frame a map one day. Mad Woman's To Do List: For A Mad Home: Whimsical, Eclectic, Vintage

Vintage maps as wallpaper - Ive already got a earth-tone map on my wall, I would love a whole travel themed room.

LOVE a saturated couch as the first building block for a space. It's bold, but can always be reupholstered down the road.