I think I've finally finished my Fourth of July decorations. I was so excited to decorate this year. Normally we're at Grandma and Grandpa's house for the fourth but with the holiday falling in the middle of the week things are a little different this year.
I may have . . . sort of . . . kind of . . . overdone the decorations in my excitment, please don't hold it against me. LOL
I went with a simple red and white theme with pops of blue here and there.
I stole the red bench from the kitchen to use as a coffee table again since I still haven't finished my coffee table project.
I'm loving the simplicity of white stones this summer. I've used them all over my house. Here a simple white plate holds a candle surrounded by stones and it makes me smile.
They go great with hydrangea's don't you think?
The simple wall hanging I talked about here, hang on either side of the sofa. Since I'm a long time lover of stars and the color red this was the perfect project to add a graphic punch to the room. I have a feeling these may stick around a while.
A recent flea market purchase and clock from my collection look great together on the sidetable.
Such a pretty fan don't you think?
On the other side of the sofa, a red painted wood tray gathers up a collection of vintage red and blue covered books, a candle and a vintage canning jar.
I simply filled the jar with scraps of patriotic ribbon to help my theme out a little.
The stagered picture ledge on the large wall holds a medely of red, white and blue.
Even the desk in the dinning room was given a touch of patriotic flare.
What do you think? Did I go overboard? Keep in mind tomorrow I'll share what I've done with my hutch. HaHa.
Hope you have a lovely day,