{friday finds: decorating with red, white and blue}


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The party’s over. Or is it? Mosquito bites and a flag plopped in the hallway are my reminders of the gorgeous Fourth of July we had in Minnesota yesterday. Thank goodness for no rain! As a tribute to the colors of Independence Day, here are some red, white, and blue rooms for your viewing pleasure.

sarahsmasterSarah Richardson’s Master Bedroom at her cottage.

Photographs of several designer rooms at the 2010 Richmond Symphony Show HouseIt’s easy for the red, white, and blue color combo to look nautical, country, or even preppy. Not the case with this room, as Tobi Fairley designs are always classic with a side of sass.

desiretoinspireApartment Therapy

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sarahrich101 Andrew's Loft 1The headboard and footboard fabric is the spectacular Chiang Mai Dragon which is loved and coveted by many. I can’t decide if  I like how it plays with other design elements in this room. It certainly is unexpected. Industrial Loft by Sarah Richardson 

Boys-bedroom---coastal-country-home---Ideal-Home.jpgThe homeowner was going for the Americana look in this boy’s bedroom.

coastallivingPlayroom from Coastal Living

2.5-ReevesburyA subtle (or not so subtle) color-coding of the books from Desire to Inspire

newburyportbluecopyWall color is Benjamin Moore’s Newburyport Blue HC-155

This is from the color issue of House Beautiful where it was declared that blue is America’s favorite color. How about you? Do you have America’s favorite color in your home?

Enjoy the rest of the weekend and keep it safe.

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