4th of July Table To Celebrate

It’s summer and almost 4th of July. Each year between Memorial Day and 4th of July, I decorate with patriotic decor.  Last week I shared my homemade patriotic table scarf from an old t-shirt. I used it with a red, white, and blue centerpiece with my country bandana summer ring.







Today I’ll share my 4th of July table for 2018 using this centerpiece as the basis of the table.  I added red round placemats and white chargers with blue vintage plates.










Then I added patriotic stars and stripes saucers on top. I do love to layer.






I’m using my summer silverware with red handles and my country blue check napkins. Rickrack ties the napkins.







A bright fun table to celebrate the 4th of July.
















Thanks for visiting. Happy 4th of July!













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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

14 thoughts to “4th of July Table To Celebrate”

  1. Lovely stuff Carol. I do rather envy your patriotism in America. We seem to have lost our own and some people now owe their allegiance to the European Union rather than Great Britain.

    1. I guess there is good and bad in every change. I grew up watching old movies from England and then graduated to classic British writers like Agatha Christie. England (or Great Britain) has always been a special place I wanted to visit but haven’t yet. Of course much of what I know about it isn’t even real because it’s mostly due to fiction in books and on the screen. I mean there isn’t really a Midsommer. I’ve always wanted to go on a garden tour and see the lake country. I did my DNA at Ancestry.com a few years ago and not surprisingly, I was 95% British Isles. I feel a kind of secondary patriotism to Britain if that makes sense. I know that is where my people came from.

  2. What a colorful, cheerful table! The bandana adds a touch of whimsy, a great idea.

  3. I love your red, white and blue dishes! Thanks so much for sharing at TFT! I would like to invite you to link up your patriotic themed posts at the Patriotic Party on Saturday-July 4th on my blog Follow The Yellow Brick Home. Hope to see you there!

  4. I love your patriotic table! Thanks for sharing at the Friday at the Fire Station link up!

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