The Fourth of July is just around the corner. Is your home ready for the festivities? Being a modern girl, I like to go with simple statements when it comes to styling a space with Americana decor. You know, something subtle to give you that patriotic feeling. I’m a huge fan of the white cottage style bedroom above with a navy star-spangled throw across the bed. It’s classy, but has the impact I’m looking for.
This tote can work as an interior styling piece and also as a fashion accessory. I love how the colors pop off the white door in this photo. It must have taken a lot of thought when it came to choosing a door like this. The smallest details of it can really make a difference to the room. I told my friend this when she decided to visit doorportal.com to find a new door for her apartment. She didn’t want to rush into the decision; she wanted to get it right, and luckily for her, she said the website had a lot of amazing doors to choose from. Surprisingly, white doors can really enhance your room, and this one is simply beautiful.
This doorway doesn’t have any of the classic iconic American features but the red, white and blue are clearly there. It’s a very beautiful composition.
The nice thing about Americana decor, it blends in well with nautical style interiors.The two styles play well together, don’t you think?
Oh, how pretty! This ivory and white interior with oh-so-subtle blue and red stripes is a classy way to decorate for the 4th of July.
I found this American flag patterned rug on Domino. This would really be all you need to add a strong Patriotic vibe to any interior space.
Here’s another shot of the ivory and white living room we looked at above. This photo shows a better view of the Star Spangled Wood Tray on the ottoman. If you’d like one of these for yourself, you can find the DIY on Tidbits (here).
Maybe you would rather wear your Patriotism on your sleeve? Or, in this case your derriere. These American flag denim shorts are super cute.
A white interior is the perfect backdrop to show off your American pride. This white kitchen gets a minimalist touch of Americana with these navy blue metal stools.
You may have figured out by now that I tend to like more subtle statements when it comes to decorating for the Fourth of July. I especially like this navy blue and red accented medallion rug.
Here’s a fun skirt you might like to wear this Independence Day. Love the red and white stripes!
A heritage style look is a classic way to go when adding Americana decor to your home. This ivory throw with navy and rust red accents will do the trick. I like the use of Kantha style stitching to keep the look current.
Here’s another blend of nautical with Americana. I love how the bright red and navy stripes pop against the white tones of the room. And, that rope ladder is awesome!
Shop this look (some cool things I found on the web)…
1.Indigo Pillow | 2. Kylie Sheepskin Chair | 3. Warehouse Shade Pendant | 4. White Sheepskin | 5. American Heritage Scarf | 6. Slipcover Sofa | 7. Stripe Ikat Pillow | 8. Valentine Dining Chair | 9. Ravello Jute Rug | 10. Edwin Chair | 11. American Flag Book Set | 12. Capri Wing Chair | 13. Bungalow 5 Chair | 14. White Brick Wallpaper | 15. Indigo Mud Cloth Pillow | 16. Dylan Sofa | 17. American Flag Throw | 18. Darwen Bar Stool | 19. Zig Zag Ikat Pillow | 20. Darwen Counter Stool | 21. Torquay Bar Stool | 22. Wood Board Wallpaper | 23. American Flag Shoulder Bag | 24. Dolemite Counter Stool | 25. Navy Counter Stool | 26. Sheepskin Throw | 27. Bronze Pendant | 28. Wruffle Pillow | 29. Flag Pillow | 30. White Throw | 31. Navy Stripe Rug | 32. Aiden Armchair | 33. Navy Metal Stool | 34. Tini IV Accent Table | 35. Vintage Flag Throw | 36. Sputnik Table | 37. Navy Pinstripe Rug | 38. White Chandelier | 39. Distressed Medallion Rug
I couldn’t fit all the great Americana Decor ideas I found in this post. So, I created an Americana Decor Pinterest board to show you even more inspiration.
How do you like to decorate for the 4th of July? Are you more of a minimalist like me? Do you like to splash out on new furniture each year? Perhaps you’re more of a crafty person and prefer to Americanise items you have using embroidery designs or sewing. Or, do you go all out? Tell us about it in the comments section below.