Americana Decor

Wishing you all back in the US a very happy 4th of July! As it happens to be my first day back to work after my summer  break, I’m going to ease into blogging with a most ¨original¨ post on Americana decor and share with you my favorite rooms donning the classic red, blue and white combo. Shockingly clever, right?! 🙂

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For those of you who love color in their homes, this flexible palette might be a great choice to add interest and drama. Depending on the mood you’re looking for, you can decide upon one dominant color and accent with the rest. For example, if you’d like a youthful, energetic, dynamic vibe in a room, you can decide to make red as the dominant hue and use blue and white in smaller doses.

Café Design | Americana

{design by Steven Gambrel}

Café Design | Americana

{design by William McLure}

Café Design | Americana

If the mood you’re looking for is darker, calming and serene (great for bedrooms or libraries), then make blue your overpowering  color and limit red and white.

Café Design | Americana

{design by Miles Redd}

Café Design | Americana

{design by Tom Scheerer}

Café Design | Americana

{design by Thom Felicia}

Café Design | Americana

And finally, if you’re looking for an airy, coastal feel in your space, choose white as your base and introduce red and blue into the  decor scheme with your accessories. Pillows, window treatments, lamp shades or flowers are some of the quick and easy ways to make a neutral room feel layered with color. Like this breakfast corner below.

Café Design | Americana

{design by Kathryn M. Ireland}

Café Design | Americana

{design by Betsy Burnham}

Café Design | Americana

{design by Betsy Burnham}

I hope you’ve enjoyed your 4th of July weekend, see you all tomorrow!

xo,

Eva

P.S: The past couple of weeks I have been really bad about replying your emails and messages but I promise I will get to them as soon as I can!