spotlight Red, white and blue decor ideas for the Fourth of July Tribune News Service Jun 27, 2020 Jun 27, 2020 0 For Independence Day, here are ways to incorporate red, white and blue into your home, from a casual pop to full-on red, white and blue mania. Spinning for your space One lesson to take away when decorating with iconic color combinations is to choose a dominant color and spin it for your space. One person's focus on using many hues of blue — from navy to cerulean — can allow the space to welcome pops of red without turning into a statement on patriotism. Katie Laughridge Accessorize Even without this being an existing color palette in your home, a few choice accessories can turn your space into a summer-ready paradise. By using everyday items, you can create a nod to the flag's colors in a subtle and beautiful way. Switch out the winter table covering for a red, white and blue plaid and cover the buffalo check chairs with a nice white and blue ticking. Set the table with bright red plates — a favorite that plays into so many holidays — and accent the space with classic blue and white ginger jars. A few throw blankets and a whimsical star napkin ring can bring the vision together without a huge seasonal overhaul. Katie Laughridge Traditional beauty Lovers of seasonal decor can showcase some USA flair during the summer months. As we get closer to Independence Day, turn up the volume on your red, white and blue decor. The traditional beauty of a flag banner or swag cannot be underestimated. Katie Laughridge The most important part is you Mixing those traditional items with touches of stars, stripes and Americana is a perfect way to celebrate the season. Whether you go all out or prefer a more relaxed approach, the most important part of seasonal (or anytime) decorating is to have fun and find what makes you happy. Katie Laughridge 0 comments Tags Wire Prostoknow Dcc Home-garden Home-and-garden Fourth Of July Decor Tns Dccjb Related to this collection Most Popular +14 Home & Garden Photos: Look inside homes once owned by Lori Loughlin, Dwight Howard and more Aug 9, 2020 Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli sold their mansion in Bel Air to Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen. The $18.75-million sale price was about … Home & Garden Weekly recap: Practical products to make your life easier Updated Aug 8, 2020 August 8 roundup of great finds online.