4th of July is just around the corner, so why not up the excitement by decorating your home for 4th of July? Show your patriotism right at home, and add touches of all-American decor to your living room.
The Ultimate Guide To Decorating Your Home For 4th of July
How To Bring the Stars and Stripes To Your Living Room
Red, white, and blue, stars and stripes—you’ll never run out of options for decorating your home for 4th of July. Whether you’re hosting a big party, having family over, or just celebrating with a small group of friends, decorating your home is a fun activity to build up the excitement for the big day.
Keep scrolling to get 14 ideas for decorating your home for 4th of July:
1. Wood Curl Arrangement
We all know that patriotism is the center of the holiday. So when decorating your home for 4th of July, make sure you have a centerpiece that’s red, white, and blue. A wood curl arrangement is a great piece of decor you can invest in and use for years to come.
3. Throw Pillows
Throw pillows are another simple way to add an All-American touch when decorating your home for 4th of July. You can use them the whole year. Or, just bring them out and place them around the house for the special day.
4. Colored Rice Jar Centerpiece
These patriotic colored rice jar centerpieces are perfect if you’re hosting parties that would require you to use more than one big centerpiece. They’re really easy and fun to make, and they act as candle holders as well.
5. Wood Stars
If you have enough red, white, and blue decor to go around, why not add these wooden stars? Hang them up on your wall, use them as centerpieces for party tables, or place them on shelves to match your flag-themed decor.
6. Stars and Stripes Flower Pot
Yes, even your flower pots can join in on the fanfare. Add a patriotic twist to shabby chic or Southern charm-themed homes with these pretty DIY pots.
Yet another subtle way to help you with decorating your home for 4th of July: put up a chalkboard to write your favorite patriotic quotes on. Oh, and don’t forget the red, white, and blue chalks!
8. Mason Jar Vases
These mason jar vases are definitely All-American ideas for decorating your home for July 4th. You can even make a flag-themed centerpiece with them—just make a set of 3 and put them side-by-side.
9. Flower Centerpiece
Speaking of flag-themed centerpieces, this flower centerpiece is another option when you’re decorating your home for 4th of July. Just put together fresh flowers in red, white, and blue, and place them in a spare crate.
10. Mini Flags
Don’t have time to go all-out decorating your home for 4th of July? Get a few mini flags, place them in a vase with flowers, and your home is instantly July 4th-ready! It’s also an easy tabletop idea for parties.
11. Stars and Stripes All Around
Red, blue, and white is a great color combination to use when decorating your home for 4th of July. But there’s so much more to it than that. Build your living room’s color scheme around red, white, and blue to make it the 4th of July all year ’round.
12. Framed Flag
Flag-themed decor is great, but every All-American home needs a real flag. Find creative ways to display it. Say, like framing it! It’s a subtle but very patriotic way to decorate your home for 4th of July.
13. Sophisticated Twist
For more sophisticated tastes, decorating your home for 4th of July can be a challenge. A great tip is to stick to 2 colors, and add touches of stars and stripes in new ways.
14. Patriotic Mantel
And of course, don’t forget the fireplace when you’re decorating your home for 4th of July. Add framed quotes, red, white, and blue decor, and garlands of stars for the perfect celebration-ready mantel.
This video from The Girls With Glasses can help you with decorating your home for 4th of July:
Buy, DIY, recycle, refurbish! Go all out with decorating your home for 4th of July to get the whole family excited for all the celebrations. Whether you’re going for subtle decor or All-American, we hope these ideas helped!
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Originally posted on July 1, 2016 @ 8:35 AM