While we are all stuck at home, the walls are starting to look a little boring, right? Well here’s a novel way to decorate and show your Austin pride! (You will eventually be having people over again, so it’s a good time to spruce things up.) 

The Austin Neighborhood Map from Native Maps is vetted by a team of locals and includes all neighborhoods within the city boundary in the company’s signature minimalist style. Their sizes are perfect for framing and the maps are screen printed by hand on heavyweight paper with a matte on matte texture. 

Founded in a tiny attic-studio in 2014, Native Maps set out to make attractive prints for the home and it’s a serious labor of love. This is not some generic piece of commercial art you would pull off a shelf. They hand-pull each map on acid-free, 100 lb. paper. Their paper is made with renewable energy, coming from the hydroelectric mill at the French Paper Co. They print in small batches with non-toxic acrylic ink. Right now they are having a #stayhome sale and all prints are 20% off. Get yours before that small batch runs out

Dorothy has been an editor for 365 Things Austin for over three years, and has been working in publishing for over 10. She is a self-described townie who loves writing about queso, so this is the job for her.