Pottery Barn Red, White & Blue 2018

June 25, 2018

By Tab Byrum

If you decorate for the 4th of July I definitely think you can leave it out for the entire Summer months, most of the holidays we have in the Summer have a patriotic theme to them. As I’ve told you before a Red, White and Blue color scheme is one of my favorite color combinations and I like to use it in everyday home decor, just not in a literal patriotic way. Today I want to share some of the fun things Pottery Barn has to offer this Summer for all your decorating and entertaining needs during the 4th of July holidays and could easily take you through the Summer and into Labor Day. Enjoy!!!

Pottery Barn has all kinds of fun dishes and utensils to use this Summer. Here we have the American Flag Corkmat and it’s set with matching napkins and plate. 

The American Flag Tablecloth makes a great base to create your patriotic tablescape for the Summer. 

PB has a whole set of the Red White & Blue Nautical Icon Melamine Salad Plates that would look great with plain white plates or like shown here with Navy Blue dinner plates. 

Galvanized metal is still VERY popular and is perfect for casual entertaining. This Galvanized Americana Tray and matching plates would be perfect for serving drinks and dessert on the patio or poolside. 

These Liberty Burlap Stars are so much fun and combine the perfect color scheme with a very popular fabric. 

Japanese Lanterns are always a fun way to get color and light up over your party and these Lit Paper Lanterns from PB fill the bill. Stars and stripes all done in our favorite colors. 

If you are looking for something more permanent PB has great art with a Patriotic and Americana theme. These Planked USA Wall Art Panels would be great in a living room, bedroom or playroom.

Check back with us all week this week as we help you get ready for the 4th of July and Summer holidays with lots of great design. Enjoy!!!

Words are my own.
Images are courtesy of
Pottery Barn.


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