Bandon Coastal Chart
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Bandon Coastal Chart
Our line of coastal charts all started with the creation of a family gift, a single panel of Casco Bay in Maine. Now we create nautical charts of coastlines all over the world.
First, we create our uniquely modern silhouette of the coast and its waterways. Then we hand paint a birch wall art panel in one of our color options. Finally, we engrave the art into the panel, revealing the beautiful wood grain for land while leaving the pristine painted surface to create the contrast of the water.
Our Laser Engraved Coastal Charts highlight your favorite coastal areas. They make perfect gifts for anniversaries, weddings, housewarming, and more. Available in 4 colors to suit any interior decor. Every panel includes a set of three small waypoints, cut from solid walnut: a house, a heart, and a classic waypoint symbol. Should you want to highlight a specific place of interest on the panel, simply dab a bit of glue (not included) on the waypoint of your choosing and affix it to the desired location.
Designed and crafted with love at our studio in Maine.
- Sizes available: 12 inches x 16 inches and 18 inches x 24 inches
- Materials: Baltic birch wood
- Proud to be USA Made, in the state of Maine.
Our Coastal Charts are made to order and could take between 5 to 7 days to be created and shipped.
For additional information contact us via Email or call 207-887-9609.
November 2020 - Featured in The Boston Globes' inches12 Gifts Made in New England. inches
inchesWe're all spending more time at home, so those same old eggshell white walls can get a little boring. Share the hometown pride - and amp up your Zoom background - with a wood city map or felt-backed city banner (or coastal chart or ski trail map) made in-house by Benoit's Design Co., a family business. They make city maps for 200 plus locales (Boston included) and more than 150 different coastal charts (Barnstable, Buzzards Bay, Block Island, and Boston among them). inches - Diane Bair & Pamela Wright, The Boston Globe