11 Patriotic Tablescapes and Centerpieces
Dress your table in Patriotism with our Patriotic Tablescapes and Centerpiece ideas. Our collection of 10 creative Red White and Blue designs will inspire your creative juices!
Setting a Patriotic Tablescape is always fun. Most of us own enough red, white and blue decor to create a festive table using what we have.
There are ample ideas among these 10 Tablescapes and Centerpieces to get your creative juices flowing!
I like to leave my Patriotic decor out until Fall.
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Mason jars, colored sand, and seashells create perfect summer table decor.
And you thought children played with sand art! This July 4th Mason Jars centerpiece from The Everyday Home will make your table pop this summer.
Mason jars are amazingly versatile! Follow my Mason Jar Pinterest Board for tons of ways to use them in and around the home!
See how you can repurpose old jeans in this 4th of July Tablescape and Patriotic Napkin Rings Tutorial at That’s What She Said.
Don’t forget to use festive food to double as table decor. You can bet there was a crowd gathered around this Patriotic party table enjoying the festive vibe.
Have some fun with your decor with this unique Repurposed Drawer Patriotic Tray Centerpiece from Curb To Refurb.
Those cute blue and white stripe paper straws are super fun and I love the way she created a lid with a straw hole on those pretty blue Mason jars. The repurposed drawer with its white shabby chic paint gives an excellent white table decoration anchor for the festive 4th of July colors.
Beach decor lovers will appreciate this Patriotic Table Setting In The Kitchen from Calypso In The Country.
She has very cleverly transformed a very pretty blue and white summer tablescape into July 4th table decor with some minor changes.
I love the reminder that we can pick up pretty flowers at the grocery store for a striking centerpiece. Red roses with a small American flag tucked into the vase made a very simple July 4th centerpiece that anyone can replicate.
Momma used to say “I’ll fix your little red wagon!” This one is fixed with a different meaning. Red Wagon Centerpiece from FrugElegance.
Pair a child’s toy with Mason jars and festive pinwheels and you have one of the most fun 4th of July centerpieces you can imagine.
If you enjoy the traditional stars and stripes, you’ll love this tablescape. A Stars and Stripes Table from Heidikins Cooks.
Memorial Day, Flag Day, or 4th of July, this Patriotic tablescape is easy to replicate using what you have.
Incorporate some mini American flags for sure. Create a plate stack with red, white, and blue and don’t forget the red napkins. Use those red Christmas napkins and feel good about getting double use from them. Those are perfect, especially with the white tablecloth.
Wouldn’t this be perfect either on your kitchen island or in the center of your table? Repurposed Vintage Colander Patriotic Centerpiece from Sadie Seasongoods.
You are going to love her tutorial on how she transformed a vintage colander into a patriotic centerpiece and 4th of July table decor.
Sweet Inspirations played a little make-believe with family heirlooms and vintage thrift finds to create the gorgeous Bang Boom Bam! Patriotic Tablescape.
The red and white table centerpiece is really striking. There is nothing complicated about using a basket of flowers with flags tucked in as a nice Patriotic centerpiece for the 4th of July or Memorial Day.
You have to love decor which also serves a functional purpose like this recycled Patriotic Utensil Holder from Crafts by Amanda.
When July 4th rolls around this year, get the kids together and make this colorful picnic table utensil holder craft that’s full of patriotic spirit! This is a fun and useful recycling project.
Simple Patriotic Table Decor is my ‘use what you have’ Red, White and Blue Tablescape. Vintage Bicentennial High Ball glasses were a fun addition to this festive July 4th table decor.
Red carnations with small American flags and festive Patriotic pinwheels created a fun Patriotic centerpiece.
This Red White and Blue Tablescape Decor incorporates Hydrangea, Mini American flags, Coke glasses, and Grandma’s afghan to create layers and set the mood.
Noting fancy-schmancy, just down-home comfort using treasured pieces of decor to create a festive and fun 4th of July table.
I hope you have found some inspiration to celebrate the summer season with your own Patriotic decor!
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Beautiful and creative ideas. Thanks fro sharing! Have a great day.
Loving these ideas! That denim banner really caught my eye, I am going to have to scroll back up and take a second look.
Thanks so much for joining the DI & DI Link Party too, always enjoy reading your posts!
These are awesome! I especially love the little red wagon!
This is a wonderful collection of tablescape ideas for July 4th. Thanks for sharing it at Celebrate the USA Party. Pinned to the party board.
Hi Shirley, you have such a great roundup of ideas, I love all the photos you have shared. Pinned and this was wonderful to share on the Friday Features this past week. Hope that you will stop by to share your latest this week.
Have a great week, Happy 4th of July!!
I love the 4th of July…well, patriotic holidays in general. You have collected so many cute idea! Love them. 🙂
Life With Lorelai
“I’ll fix your little red wagon?” I’m sure this one did not make you happy..ha ha..
But anyway, I love these! It’s amazing what people could come up with for these types of decor. I love the re-purposed jean one, too.
I love 4th of July and all of the red/white/blue patriotic decorations! We’ll be traveling this year the week of the 4th, and I’ve decided not to decorate since we’ll be gone. I miss it! Happy 4th to you and your family!
Thank you for including my patriotic table setting in your features! So much inspiration here!
Great round-up, Shirley- thank you for including my colander!! 🙂