7 Exciting Home Decorating Ideas to make Freedom Ring this Fourth of July!| 07/01/2015
Fourth of July is almost here and one great way to celebrate it is by decorating your home with patriotic themes. Spread thFourth of July is almost here and one great way to celebrate it is by decorating your home with patriotic themes. Spread the spirit of freedom to your family and the neighborhood with these exciting and beautiful decorating tips from your Evideco family.
Start with a welcoming façade. It’s summer and it’s Fourth of July. This is the perfect time to adorn your porch with colorful and festive decorations. You could give your door a new paint job of fire engine red or maybe a rich burgundy currant color. Add some blue and white decors on the door and on its sides and your home would surely elicit a sense of patriotism from your family and guests. You may play with different hues of red and blue, perhaps something faded and worn to make it look heroic and historical.
Use some red, blue and white decors and accessories. For the sake of celebrating Fourth of July, keep away some of your home decors and replace them with those that have the colors red, blue and white of any shade and hue. Arrange the colors so that it doesn’t look cluttered, while making a strong, patriotic statement.
Display American symbols. Choose some decors. memorabilia and artwork which symbolize freedom and national pride. If you have a collection of souvenirs from different states, now is the best time to make them the highlight of your home design.
Hang the American Flag. You could shop for a really decorative American flag, or a representation of it, and hang it in the living room. The stripes of white, blue and red can also be used in curtains, beddings and throw pillows to fill your home with spirit of freedom and patriotism.
Use neutral and less glaring American colors all throughout the house. Putting too much red, blue and white combinations can be unfriendly to the eyes, that is if the colors are of the same intensity all throughout. For a nicer, neater look, only use bright red and blue colors on centerpieces and if you want to emphasize certain decors and areas of the house. As for the rest of your home, you could go consistent with your theme of American colors by using lots of white and neutral offsets of red and blue.
Display lots of subtle patriotic decors. While others choose to turn their homes into a festive Fourth-of-July party venues, others prefer subtle patriotic elements by making them blend in the day-to-day home set-up. Because subtle decors aren’t too loud, they can be used all year round. You could get pieces of furniture that have the colors blue, red or white, or maybe, paint them with these colors. You could also go for a subtle piece of artwork, hang it on the wall and let it stay there as a year-long patriotic atmosphere.
Accent the kitchen and the bathroom with pops of patriotic colors. The kitchen and the bathroom are two rooms in the house where a combination of strong colors can be used without causing distractions. You can dress up your windows with red, blue and white curtains. In the bathroom, a set of rug, mat, shower curtain and other accessories would be great if it has a patriotic theme, or simply in colors red, blue and white.