Patriotic holidays run all through the year which is why I love red, white and blue decorations. I also love giving you ideas so here are some fourth of July home decoration tips from the front porch to the fireplace mantle.
I created another table using the same red white blue decorations but a different centerpiece for fourth July. Here is a 4th of July tablescape idea that is filled with red, white, and blue color schemes. It was so fun and inspiring until I couldn't wait to share more ideas for a July celebration. I want to encourage you to think of your front porch whether it is small or large as another room of your home.
Starting at the top and working our way down begin with adding a patriotic wreath or garland around the door. In my 4th of July decorating ideas last year I hung the wreath with a metal hanger.
Another inexpensive and fun touch is adding these Target dollar spot pinwheels to the planter. And last for the front porch pick up a red, white, and/or blue rug to layer your doormat.
I found this one on clearance and boy did it transform the front porch with color. Now let's walk in the front door and give our guest a little more independence day feels in the entryway.
Again I raided the dollar spot at Target and pulled out a few of my own items from last year. Next, add some metal stars or something similar to the side of your mirror or art. And if you have a sprig of flowers tie a cute red and white ribbon around it and lay it on the bench. To add more patriotic pride to your hutch decorations try this presidents silhouettes DIY.
George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson were just the ticket. What I mean is that I decided to make some art to use on the fireplace mantle each year.
Keeping things inexpensive I was inspired by this “liberty” wood letter cutout and an old canvas frame I found at Goodwill. Did you know you can pull out these decorations before memorial day and leave them out all summer long? If you enjoyed this post, sign up to receive new decor ideas each week.