Spruce up your digs with striking visual map of Houston, with each neighborhood branded with its name, when you order a Houston Neighborhoods wall print from Native Maps.
If you’re missing getting out and exploring Houston in depth, then bring it home to you with these crisp wall prints that bring the entire city limits of H-Town, and each of its respective neighborhoods (scroll down for a detail), into your home or office.
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Neighborhoods on the maps are subdivided, sporting a grid of their names. Map prints come a variety to of optional color combinations, in sizes 16’x20′ and 18’x24′ and start at $35.
Optional wood frames range from $45 to $75.
But for a limited time you can save 20% with promo code #StayHome.
Click here to browse sizes and color combinations on Native Maps.
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Plus, if you have friends or family in other major U.S. cities, chances are you can find a comparable map for them.
In addition to Houston, you’ll find 26 cities, ranging from Atlanta, Denver, Portland, Austin and L.A to Chicago, Dallas, Philly, Detroit and D.C.
If you place your order after clicking through from this page, a portion of the sale will go to support 365 Houston, at no additional cost to you.
Houston Neighborhoods Wall Prints by Native Maps
- Maps: Houston Neighborhoods wall prints come in a variety of two-tone colors in sizes 16’x20′ and 18’x24′.
- Pricing: Prints range from $35 to $40. Optional wood frames range from $45 to $75. Use promo code #StayHome for 20% off for a limited time. Click here to browse sizes and color combinations on Native Maps. When you order after clicking links on this page, a portion of purchase will go to support 365 Houston, at no additional cost to you.
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