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Framed Map of Los Angeles in 1871

Annette Tatum

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Framed Map of Los Angeles in 1871

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Product Information

Made of:

ink on paper; frame, wood/glass

Dimensions:

31''L x 25''W

Color/finish:

black frame

Why We Love This

Framed colored map of Los Angeles California as it appeared in 1871.

“Embrace your own personal style, throw out the rules of decorating, and cultivate your interior aesthetic on a foundation of memories, experiences, and layers,” says Annette Tatum, author of The Well-Dressed Home and designer of the Annette Tatum Collections home-decor and textile line. With a passion for color and pattern, Annette embraces the concept of layering the styles you wear with your living environment. “Fashion screams mix and match,” she says. “So should your home.”

Why We Love This

Framed colored map of Los Angeles California as it appeared in 1871.

“Embrace your own personal style, throw out the rules of decorating, and cultivate your interior aesthetic on a foundation of memories, experiences, and layers,” says Annette Tatum, author of The Well-Dressed Home and designer of the Annette Tatum Collections home-decor and textile line. With a passion for color and pattern, Annette embraces the concept of layering the styles you wear with your living environment. “Fashion screams mix and match,” she says. “So should your home.”