Custom Postcode Map Wallpaper

Custom Area Postcode Wallpaper

Is it really Wednesday again? Every week seems to be passing by faster than the last. Anyway, must mean it’s time for another great wallpaper. This one is from and is a custom paper that features a street map of any given postcode area. Designed by the in-house design team, these giant maps can be custom made to your wall dimensions and in any colour. The paper is digitally printed in high resolution onto premium non-woven paper and you can even add a business logo if you intend to put the paper up in an office as opposed to a residential setting.

Custom Area Postcode Wallpaper

I love the idea of having this wallpaper at home if you are the kind of person who is prone to wanderlust or if you harbour particularly meaningful memories of a certain place. If I was going to chose an area to blow up on the wall of my home it would have to be the 7th arrondissement of Paris where I lived when I was at University. I have so many great memories of that time and I would love to be reminded of all the little streets around Saint-Germain-des-Près that I used to wander down every day.

Custom Postcode Area Map Wallpaper

What about you guys? What area would choose to have printed on your wallpaper and why? I’d really love to hear your stories so please let me know!

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  • oh wow, I really like this. Would be perfect for a workspace or a small wall. I’m saving this company to my wishlist and might also share it with my blog readers some day. Thanks for the tip!

    • That would be great Katie! As long as the proposal happened somewhere lovely and romantic. Otherwise it would be a constant reminder of how unromantic a venue your husband choose for the proposal!! lol

  • Great idea, especially for a quirky office environment. Not so sure about home… at least not the size in the image above. I’d try it on a smaller wall space.

    I would choose Belfast or SE1 near where I used to live in London. I’d also go for Berlin :-)

    • ooooh Berlin would be great Gerard! I like the idea of having a smaller version and I think it would be nice to be able to annotate it as well, maybe with little flags or pins to show where things happened.