Red, White, and Blue are color combinations that are commonly associated with 4th of July and Labor Day. These colors complement each other beautifully with red and blue adding a nice contrast against white that can be used all year round and not just during holidays. The colors represent freedom, beauty, and strength and captivates our attention. If you want to incorporate a patriotic touch to your home or office not only in celebration of Labor Day but because you love the colors and want to add it to your space but aren’t sure how, there are simple and affordable ways to do so that will blend into your home decor without having it look too much like an Americana style, unless you want it to. Here are 5 easy ways to add red, white, and blue touches to your home or office.
Independence Day is just a few days away and whether you celebrate 4th of July or not, it’s always nice to see people in a patriotic spirit by displaying red, white, and blue. So why not incorporate these colors into your home decor? It’s the perfect color combination that has a nice contrast between warm and cool tones. Plus, there are many different shades from bright cherry red or burgundy to baby blue or navy and adding a touch of neutral such as white balances out both colors. Check out some ideas and tips for incorporating red, white, and blue home decor into your design style to celebrate the holiday!
Trims, molding, fireplaces, and beams are beautiful architectural features of a space that can be highlighted and celebrated for 4th of July. Paint your architectural trims a different color such as dark navy or burgundy. Contrast it against a white or neutral wall. Add bold, colorful tiles to your fireplace. By doing this you will create a focal point by calling attention to a room’s architectural elements which naturally draws the eye to the character of the space upon entering.
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