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Happy Fourth of July!  This is absolutely my favorite time of year. Independence Day not only represents a time for family reunions and summer fun like barbecues, it also signals the perfect opportunity to contemplate how to bring those red, white and blue hues home all year long. Here are some looks sure to set off fireworks!

Miles Redd

Miles Redd

While a red, white and blue color scheme runs the risk of being kitsch, here’s a sophisticated, modern interpretation. Interior designer Miles Redd reveals how traditional yet contemporary the red, white and blue color scheme can be when you mix in bold black and dark brown furnishings.

Anthropologie :: Astrid Chair, Nile Ikat

Anthropologie :: Astrid Chair, Nile Ikat

This Astrid Chair from Anthropologie presents a very on trend way to bring home red and blue by showcasing the palette in a non-traditional Ikat print.

Anthropologie Windsor Love Seat

Anthropologie :: Windsor Love Seat

And this classic Windsor Love Seat also sports a 2011 twist with a blue ombre-lacquer seat.

Lili Diallo Featured in Domino

Lili Diallo Featured in Domino

Look to accessories as a way to introduce this patriotic palette in your home. This design by stylist Lili Diallo makes quite a statement with blue and white bedding against the red accent wall.

West Elm Nature Sun Print Plates

West Elm :: Nature Sun Print Plates

West Elm’s painterly Nature Sun Print Dessert Plates would be the perfect place settings for a non-traditional Fourth of July tablescape.

West Elm Aegean-Printed Cotton Mat

West Elm :: Aegean-Printed Cotton Mat

And this red and white Aegean-Printed Cotton Mat offers a strong design statement with its color, print and texture without shocking the senses.

Lonny

Lonny

Finally, this chic bedroom from Lonny is my favorite when it comes to featuring red, white and blue in a completely unconventional way.

So, are you ready to try a patriotic palette in your home throughout the entire year? Or have you already put it to stylish use in a favorite room?

Tell me in the comments below.

7 Responses

  1. PFG says:

    OH WOW! The Wearever, loud, obnoxious bunny is showcasing here that's for sure. Being champion with across the board in marketing unattractive, sensing uncomfortable and in your face ugly cluttered visual displays. I can get behind the Navy blue on white sheets and dishes, the rest leaves me not wanting of more of your repugnant combinations.

    For me elegance goes hand in hand with many attributes. Furniture shapes, elements, colors & textures, visual & displays coordinated of items selected. Coordination with permanently fixed items in a room with walls, ceilings, & floors should render a cohesiveness, flow without awkwardness. Unification with an overall feeling of satisfying not alienation as given with your chosen selections. You might look for a new line of work as it's definitely apparent a short lived likable design solution with your reaching. I surely would not use a designer of Miles Redd, Lily Dialo, or Lonny with wacky approaches or have any want of them, but I can like the shapes and that's it.

  2. My eyes hurt looking at that picture. Sorry.

  3. al3abdodo says:

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  5. This journal are the readings that he reads a lot in this world. You can make intense writings! Cherry blossom! I grabbed your only blasting and must have say to you that they have me at a buddy.

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