A world map as a wall deco can be a finishing touch to your interior. You can choose between many colors and sizes of printed maps. But wouldn’t it be much nicer to have a world map made from the same materials as all other furniture? Made from real wood or even steel. And wouldn’t it be even more exiting when these maps can be used for pinpointing as well? Well, Marc van Bakel, the founder of a brand new company in the Netherlands asked himself the same questions. And after a lot of brainstorming, testing and developing he finalized his first wooden world map that can be used for pinpointing; the MapaWall wooden world map.

The founder created a stunning looking map with the help of a Dutch quality wood supplier and with a Dutch interior designer. One that’s not only beautiful to see, but also one that is functional too. By adding an special metal layer to the wood the complete surface attracts small neodymium magnets. These magnets can be as small as 0.08 inch, which makes them perfect for pinpointing exact locations throughout the map. On top of that, the contours of the map are laser cut and the optional country borders are laser cut. Making the whole really detailled and even more fun to mark your favorite destinations around the world, using all kind of different sized pinpoints. Thanks to the newest laser technics, even the smaller countries and islands are visible on this incredible interior object.

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The selection of different size neodymium magnets is not the only magnetic thing about this wooden world map. The MapaWalls are also equipped with a special magnetic installation system that makes it child-easy to get it on your wall. Together with a 99 inch template you can easily install this map within less then a hour. And thanks to the installation system, you can even shift the continents in all directions for a perfect fit on your wall.

Want to feel, smell and have a look at the four types of wood? Ask for a free sample. Then you will get a good idea of how the wooden surface looks like.