Our 4th of July celebration finds me taking a few minutes between festivities to wish you all a Happy 4th of July while I enjoy a cup of tea and some quality keyboard time.
I love the lead up to the big celebration, but life, like decorating and design, is all about balance.
We’re about to get this patriotic pops party started in bing, bang, boom fashion, and I bet you are doing the same at your own Happy 4th of July celebration.
Tradition rings red, white, and blue true in a patriotic color palette.
Variations and creative interpretations of the patriotic color palette allow for fresh takes, takes primed for impressing the eye of the new traditional loyal.
Drum up the drama and set off the visual fireworks in shades, hues and tones of regal reds, shades of white, and brilliant blues.
A space defined, detailed, and draped in an updated interpretation of the classic red, white, and blue color scheme pops the color in new traditional style.
Oomph ~ Design by Annie Anderson
If a space totally immersed in a patriotic color palette does not appeal to you, perhaps a spot accessory in red, white or blue is in order.
Color as an accessory and/or focal point?
Yes, yes, and yes!
Can’t find that special accent or accessory to bring the look home?
Mid-Century Italian Modern Blue Glazed Ceramic Sculptural Table Lamps
Don’t shy from purchasing a lamp(s) with a shade that does not float your boat or without a shade at all.
Celebrate your independence from the unremarkable, run-of-the-mill, and lackluster by creating a custom piece by replacing or purchasing a shade(s) suited to your taste, color preference and the canvas of the space.
The color combination of red, white and blue is synonymous with regal grandeur.
Patriotic as well as impressive, the red, white, and blue color palette makes a bold design and home decor statement from floor to ceiling.
Pop the color, say cheers to the American spirit, and savor the flavor on this Independence Day.
Place the spotlight on fun, an impressive party palette, and the snacks, the crackles and the pops that go with letting freedom ring.
I think that’s a simple yet spectacular recipe for party success!
Happy 4th of July!