There’s more than one way to make your Fourth of July party colorful. That’s why we’ve put together different variations of red, white and blue for you to consider for your party and home.

Independence Day parties usually don’t stray much from the patriotic colors of the flag.  One might think that adding in more colors would be a distraction from the Americana palette, but just the opposite.  Including little accents of yellow and light blue can add fun to your decor. And speaking of fun, what’s better than a day filled with hotdogs and a night lit up with fireworks and sparklers?

 

Classic Red, White & Blue

When you think of the Fourth of July, you undoubtedly think of the red, white and blue of the American flag. What better way to show your love for this country than patriotically using our flag’s colors in your color palette? Here are a few ways to use the palette at your party and every day in your home decor.

For your Party

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Handwoven Cotton Hammock Swing from Nicaragua, “Celebration and Relaxation”
Party in the USA Balloon Pack
American Flag Stars Napkins, Pottery Barn

 

Bennett Red Metal Lanterns, Pier 1

Classic 4th of July products for your home

Piedmont 4-Light Lantern, Ballard Design
Lexington Reversible Chaise Sofa, Apt2B
Books from Booth & Williams

 

Outdoor Pouf, Ballard Design

Red, White, Yellow, and Bright Blue

Red, yellow, white and bright blue are the perfect firecracker color palette! You can use decor in this color at the kids’ table or even for your dog to wear around the party. It’s a great way to fit the American dream into your day-to-day decor as well.

 

For your party

 

 

Vintage-Style Cooler, West Elm

 

All Weather Modern Adirondack Chair, Neiman Marcus

 

Chinese Solar LED Outdoor Hanging Lanterns

For your decor

Hazbeth Area Rug, Apt2B
Retro Wallpaper, Graham and Brown
Redsmith Dining Chair, Anthropologie

Dusty Blue, Off White and Blush

Lauren Conrad knows how to host a festive Fourth of July party! In this post she shows us exactly how to use this color palette to modernize your Fourth of July decor (and use it year-round).

Image from Laurenconrad.com

 

For your party

Celia Round Pouf, One Kings Lane
Fluted Acrylic Glassware, West Elm
Voyage Outdoor Pillow, Arhaus

For your decor

Haute House Carter Teal Tufted California King Bed
Georgia Reversible Stipe Pillow, Pottery Barn

 

Malibu Beaded 6-Light Chandelier, Neiman Marcus

Red, White, and Blue works in everyday decor

Primary colors (red, yellow and blue) are friends on the color wheel.   Which means that they can be mixed to create secondary colors.  So, let’s say you add orange and purple into the mix. The result? A totally chic Independence Day decor palette! See below for a few more unexpected color suggestions for your Fourth of July party or home decor.

 

Design by Summer Thornton; Lake House Kitchen

 

Photo of The Grand Hotel, Stockholm
Chicago Co-Op at 1500 designed by interior designer Summer Thornton featuring cerulean blue french boiserie paneling in farrow and ball St Giles blue. Summer Thornton Design works on projects nationwide from their Chicago interior design firm headquarters.

 

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