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We Can’t Stop Staring at This Satellite Image Wallpaper

Architectural Digest logo Architectural Digest 4/13/2018 Lindsey Mather

A satellite photo of Miami on wallpaper by MyOrbiter. © Photo: Courtesy if MyOrbiter A satellite photo of Miami on wallpaper by MyOrbiter. At this point, you're probably fully aware of our obsession with in-your-face wall treatments: wallpaper on wallpaper, color-blocked paint, faux concrete—we love 'em all. (If you'll recall, we were so excited about one apartment's mural that we mentioned it in the story headline.) So it's no surprise that when we saw My Orbiter's brand-new Earth Photography Wallpaper collection, we felt we had no choice but to tell you about it immediately.

Think of Google Maps' satellite view x100. That's literally how much more detailed the satellite images on MyOrbiter's wallpapers are. The company uses super hi-res photos from four NASA satellites to create incredible overhead photos of interesting places around the world. Imagine one of those images spanning an entire room—voila, the best view you could possibly have, no reno necessary.

Before today, MyOrbiter sold its satellite photos solely as prints. Now, 260 locations, from Bondi Beach, Australia, to Chicago, are available as both classic suede wallpaper or peel-and-stick vinyl. The process is totally custom; once you've chosen a photo, you give the company's designers specific measurements of your space and they then send you a mockup for approval. By the way, this up-close look at a place on your bucket list costs just $9/square foot. So, where to?

a bed with a blue background: Satellite photography wallpaper of the Norwegian Sea.

Satellite photography wallpaper of the Norwegian Sea.
© Photo: Courtesy if MyOrbiter

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