{all-american design}


Happy President’s Day! President’s Day, which is celebrated on the third Monday in February, is a day when Americans honor the legacies of the U.S. presidents. The holiday was established in 1800, when Congress declared February 22–George Washington’s birthday–a federal holiday.

So how does the team at Hirshfield’s pay tribute to all of our great Presidents? With some All-American inspired eye candy!

Since the paint and design experts at Hirshfield’s love color, let’s start with the basics of All-American design; red, white and blue!

All American design

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Want to make your home look like it came out of a page of the President’s Day issue of an interior design magazine? Check out some of Hirshfield’s best selling red, white and blue paint colors.

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If you are considering re-painting or freshening up the look of your home with some paint, stop in to your local Hirshfield’s and let the paint experts there help you pick out the best paint for your home. Whether your home is located right here in the Twin Cities or at 1600 Penslyvania Avenue, the paint experts at Hirshfield’s are ready to help!

2 Responses to “{all-american design}”

  1. {highly patriotic colors: president’s day} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] are so many bright, colorful ways to use red, white and blue in your decorating. Even when it’s cold outside, patriotic colors can give you a sense of energy […]


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