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100 Red White And Blue Home Decor, DIY Projects, And Food Ideas For All Seasons

Red white and blue home decor doesn’t always have to include stars and stripes and it doesn’t have to be seasonal. I decorate with these colors year round. The project I have for you today is a simple blue vase with red geraniums and a vintage white beaded necklace decoration, any season decor. Also our Thrift Store Decor Team is sharing home decor, thrifty DIY, recipes, and new projects, all with the red white and blue color scheme.

blue Belgium vase

I bought the blue Belgium vase at a yard sale right down the road from my house. It and several other items were mine for $12.

how to decorate with red white and blue

This year I bought several baskets of red Geraniums from a local flower stand. I was watering and deadheading the gorgeous red blooms one day when I got the idea to put a stem or two in the blue vase. Then I decided it needed a bit of white for the Summer season. I slipped a necklace strand from my junk jewelry stash over the neck of the vase and now I had a red, white, and blue display for any season.

paint wood stars white

But then just to make it seasonal I painted a few wood stars with white acrylic paint and hot glued them to the vase after I removed the necklace.

how to make a simple red white and blue flower display

Now I have a simple red, white, and blue display for the Fourth of July, Memorial Day, or Labor Day. See how easy that was! I bet you have a few red, white, and blue pieces you can put together and display this Summer.

The bold orange links in this post have details on similar projects or supplies used in the project so just click the links. Also check out the MORE TUTORIALS FOR YOU section at the end of this post! 

Upcycle a vintage chandelier into a cool red white and blue display or an outdoor led light for the patio. Brass Chandelier Upcycle Project Idea | Red White Blue DIY

use unique items as flower planters like this blue kids metal truck

I have this old blue metal toy truck filled with red geraniums sitting beside our shed out back.

blue and red flower pot ideas

And the blue and white oriental pot looks great with white begonias and the wood chest painted red sitting in the background.

red white and blue candleholders

Another fun DIY using this color scheme are the candleholders I made a couple of years ago. I love pom pom fringe and rickrack.

paint a bedroom

When we painted and totally redecorated our bedrooms the guest room with white walls now has updated bedding in red, white, and blue.

painted red white and blue nautical furniture

The nautical pub table and stools was a super fun project. The set is definitely a conversation piece. Nautical Style Furniture With Chevron Painted Stripes



red white and blue Summer Hat Wreath


My favorite project using all new supplies is the Patriotic Hat Wreath. I bought everything at the Dollar Tree to make this wreath. Red White And Blue Summer Hat Wreath

There are a lot of new projects from the team today so take the tour and then check out the roundup of red, white, and blue, decor, food, crafts, and more at the bottom of the post.

red white and blue upcycled chandelier It might be a good idea to pin or bookmark this page. It will take a while to look at all the projects….

As always, thanks for being here, Kathy

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Author: Kathy Owen
Kathy Owen is the founder of the home decor blog Petticoat Junktion where she shares tutorials on painting furniture and upcycling thrifty finds into unique home décor. Her DIY projects have been featured on the Home Depot Blog, Plaid Crafts, Behr Designer Series, and in numerous magazines. Kathy’s newest website is HappyHomeDIY.com

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  1. This is off the red,white, and blue post. I would like to paint my old enamel topped table. What paint would you suggest? Thanks