Independence Day celebrations are the highlight of the summer. It’s all about picnics at the park, backyard barbecues and awesome fireworks. You cal always show your patriotic spirit with these independence day decorating ideas: Take a look at 4th of July: The Designers Setting Interior Design Trends!
Eric Cohler proves to be one of the best interior designers. The different shades of blue contrast beautifully with the white furniture and the wooden chair. This 4th July decoration is effortless and no to so obvious which confers to it a classy, timeless look. Furthermore, blue is one of the interior design trends this season!
This eclectic 17th-century-French-style luxury interior design by Miles Reed, in the historic River Oaks, is a true masterpiece. The Agustin Hurtado painting is displayed above a custom-made sofa is the central piece of this living room. Every detail was put together in such a coordinated way that every different aspect of the room match with each other. The vivid colors are must for this season interior design trends! Update your 4th of July decor in the most modern way possible!
Miles Redd is definitely the KING of color. Be inspired by this interior design trends with blue&red for you 4th of July interior decorations.
This is a sticking luxury interior design. From the pattern on the ceiling and walls to the neutral patterned rug, to the light blue and white furniture, this dining room excels by its fresh yet refined vibe. Perfect for your summer decoration this room excels by coordinating several interior design trends that you can use for as inspiration for your independence day decoration ideas!
Andrew Howard is one of the best of the best when it comes to mixing color and pattern to create a certain feel. In this smaller space, a more subdued color scheme creates a calming yet fun environment and perfect for this year’s 4th of July! Remember you can always go for a patriotic decor but in a classy subtle way!
Jonathan Adler inspires us with a very balanced color scheme in red, white and blue which brings us immediately to independence day. The gold accent are a perfect mix with contemporary art and ancient pieces.
The 4th of July is coming, and everywhere you look everything is red, white and blue. Red, white and blue is a classic color palette that will never go out of style. Done right a room in this color scheme can be a timeless space without feeling traditional or patriotic such as this independence day decoration ideas by Jonathan Adler.
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