Labor Day is approaching! We are all looking forward to celebrating a day off, enjoying time with friends and family and, of course, good eats and drinks. Yes, I am all in on the above! But there is one more thing that has me feeling the buzz of this holiday. That being the inspiration of patriotic decor and shades of red, white and blue. A designer never takes a day off when it comes to inspiration!
Today, I have compiled a few of my favorite interiors with hues of red, white and blue. These colors can be bold, subtle and classic. They can be used in any space in the home and in the most subtle of ways or in the entirety of a room. We see blue and white, one pop of red, tone on tone whites or all three combined to create a classic, yet edgy space. Enjoy a little bit of day off inspiration…
Via Luxe Magazine | Interior Design: Betsy Burnham and Max Humphrey, Burnham Design | Photography: Laura Hull
A strong blue creates a classic base for this dining room. White lamp bases and a nailhead detail buffet table are a great contrast, and the pop of red lamp shades is the perfect WOW! Blue and white accessories come together to create a combination of styles. Loving it all!
Rich blues and lush reds come together with soft, glam whites to create a bedroom with the luxe factor. Modern and edgy are two words that come to mind to describe this fabulous space.
Perennials | Bedouin Stripe
A classic blue and white stripe is the perfect print, and durability, for an outdoor space. This is a great print, whether you’re looking for a subtle pop of throw pillows or an entire upholstered chair.
Interior Design: Andrew Howard Interior Design
This bedroom is the perfect example of how to create the most subtle and sweetest of spaces with the softer shades of red and white. Shades upon shades of blue are contrasted by the feminine print of the gorgeous window treatments.
Botanical | Lamp | Throw Pillow | Set of 3 Sculptures | Tray | Crystal | Jar | Throw Pillow | Glass Bowl
For the spaces that aren’t ready to commit to blue walls or bold window treatments, colored accents are the way to go. They can be moved and removed, collected or standing alone.
I hope you enjoyed this dash of inspiration! So, how do you red, white and blue?
Best ~ Michelle