The Fourth of July isn’t the only day to use red, white and blue – these three colors look stunning together, Independence Day or not! I think people veer away from using this color combination in the home for fear of looking like they’re throwing a Memorial Day party, but I rounded up 10 pieces of proof that show you can utilize these colors year-round. Take a look at these gorgeous red, white and blue rooms:
The white is subtle but beautiful in this industrial room. Note how they incorporated two different shades of blue and two different shades of red.
This is a simple red, white and blue combination that’s brought together by the oversized painting.
I love this red side table, blue coral, pillows and chair, topped off with a stunning white vase.
This wallpaper is gorgeous! Note how the red really breaks up the monotony of the pattern. This is a very well done space.
Here’s another example of several different blues working together to create this lovely theme.
Here’s an extreme example of red, white and blue. It still looks great though, right?
Rooms that have a lot of colors on top of red, white and blue make the theme much more subtle.
These three different prints look so cool together!
If I counted correctly, the room above has around 10 different pieces that pull in some red. That’s a cool way to tie in a theme.
None of these examples say “Fourth of July,” right? Do you have any red, white and blue rooms in your home?
Wishing you and yours a happy and safe Independence Day weekend!