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Patriotic Farmhouse Decor to Celebrate the 4th of July

Decor | July 2, 2021

This post is all about farmhouse patriotic decor to celebrate the 4th of July. (PLUS, I am including a tip that shares how you can create a large wall flag for under $8!) Scroll down to check out these tips and more.

 

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a living room with a distressed white dresser, black and white photos in black frames, blue wooden bench with red and white throw pillows, woven runner rug and area rug, white couch and arm chair, and woven American flag hanging on a wall.

Patriotic Entryway

 (This patriotic farmhouse decor post contains sponsored links. The items featured and linked in this post were all provided by JOANN; all opinions and reviews are my own.)
Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of faux red, white, and blue flowers in a frosted glass vase on marble cutting board next to some stacked wooden bowls, sugar jar, and grey cement base lamp with a white shade.

Kitchen decorated for the 4th!

Farmhouse Patriotic Decor to Celebrate the 4th of July

Welcome to our home, decorated and ready to celebrate the 4th of July! I am excited to show you around and how I used patriotic farmhouse decor this year.  You can also check out a patriotic home tour that I shared a couple of years ago here.

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a front porch decorated with American flag welcome mat, white planter boxes with ferns and American flag decor, and a patriotic basket wreath filled with mini American flags and faux red, white, and blue flowers.

Patriotic Front Door

Each summer, toward the end of June, I end up adding red, white, and blue to our home. I was on the hunt for bright and cheery decor that was budget-friendly and knew right where to go. I headed to my local JOANN which is where I found a wonderful variety of patriotic farmhouse decor items and couldn’t wait to get home and style them.

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a woven basket filled with mini American flags and faux red, white, and blue flowers.

Patriotic arrangement

As soon as you arrive at our home, you see the patriotic front door which includes a hanging basket full of these red, white, and blue carnation bunches.  I used four bunches for this full look then added American flags I already had on hand.  American flags are the essence of a 4th of July farmhouse look.

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a American flag welcome mat on a black and white buffalo plat rug.

Stars doormat

To top the look off, I added this cute Welcome Stars doormat.  You know how much I love the layered rug look for a front door.  You can check out how to create this look for spring here

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a living room with a distressed white dresser, black and white photos in black frames, blue wooden bench with red and white throw pillows, woven runner rug and area rug, white couch and arm chair, and woven American flag hanging on a wall.

Entryway

I want to first show you how the entryway looked before adding the under $8 American flag. I really like the patriotic farmhouse look as is, but felt like it was missing something.  Now, check out the view below to see what it looks like with a “flag” above the bench.  It’s actually this Americana scarf, unfolded and draped on our photo ledge.  How easy and budget-friendly is that for a large flag?

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a living room with a distressed white dresser, black and white photos in black frames, blue wooden bench with red and white throw pillows, woven runner rug and area rug, white couch and arm chair, and woven American flag hanging on a wall.

Entryway with flag

Pretty cool, right?! These red chambray fringe pillows are perfect for a farmhouse look too. You can create a less full look by taking away the two white pillows and then placing this cute GATHER HERE pillow in the middle. I loved the fuller look for the 4th.

 

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a blue and white gather here lumbar pillow on a grey bench with cream, white, and red throw pillows.

GATHER HERE pillow view

Pro tip: When placing pillows on a bench or sofa, using an odd number works best. Again, a total of three or five pillows work great here.  Up to you!

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a white ceramic bowl filled with candy in red and white striped wrappers.

Candy bowl for the 4th!

Think outside the box for home decor like using patriotic candy! I found these fun red, white, and blue tootsie rolls at JOANN and knew they could add an inexpensive (and yummy) option for decor. I used a footed bowl I already had on hand and poured two bags in. To top it off, I used this Americana bandana!

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a white farmhouse entry table decorated with a faux red, white, and blue floral arrangement and mini American flags in a glass vase covered in chicken wire.

Dining room view

Another spot I added some patriotic decor was here on our dining room console table.  My husband DIY-ed this rustic centerpiece box and I filled it was a festive garland (a similar one here) to create our 4th of July look. Then, just by adding two more American flags to a clear vase, this table was ready!

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of faux greenery and red, white, and blue flowers in a wooden planter box.

Rustic box ready for the 4th!

Moving into our kitchen, I added some mum arrangements from JOANN.  They coordinated with the garland I found too. For a similar look, you can utilize these patriotic carnation bushes and place them inside of a mason jar. Adding a cute ribbon like this one here would be the icing on the cake when creating your own.

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a kitchen with a gas cooking range, wooden cutting boards, white marble counters, and red, white, and blue flowers in a frosted glass vase.

Mums arranged in the kitchen.

I had originally planned to place the arrangements symmetrically by the sink but loved how it added a splash of red, white, and blue to this corner vignette here. 

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a kitchen with a white farmhouse sink, gold faucet, white marble counters, and a vase of faux red, white, and blue flowers in a frosted glass vase.

Mum arrangement by sink

As you can see, this is how cute the other one looked by our sink.  Consider this tip of adding the splashes of color around your room not just in one concentrated area.

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of faux red, white, and blue flowers in a frosted vase.

4th of July mum arrangement

That concludes my 4th of July patriotic farmhouse decor tour for this year! What is your favorite part of this decor? I hope you enjoyed these ideas and will give them a go in your own home. 

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: image of a living room with a distressed white dresser, black and white photos in black frames, blue wooden bench with red and white throw pillows, woven runner rug and area rug, white couch and arm chair, and woven American flag hanging on a wall.

Entryway ready for the 4th!

Shop this patriotic farmhouse decor look below!

Patriotic Farmhouse Decor featured by top AL home blogger, She Gave It A Go | Patriotic Decor by popular Alabama life and style blog, She Gave It A Go: collage image of a patriotic pinwheel, red white and blue faux flowers, red throw pillow, red and white tassel lumbar pillow, red bandana table cloth, gather here lumbar pillow, red white and blue gingham ribbon, and American flag throw blanket.

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  • Patriotic Garland here.
  • Americana Bandana here.
  • Americana Flag Scarf here:
  • Patriotic Carnation Bush here.
  • Red Chambray Pillow With Fringe here.
  • Red Ikat Lumbar Pillow here.
  • Gather Here Lumbar Pillow here.
  • Chambray Runner Blue here.
  • Welcome Stars Doormat here.
  • Patriotic Ribbon here.
  • Patriotic Pinwheel here.
  • Favorite finding stars here.
If you enjoyed this post, I recommend checking out these posts too:

3 Ways To Add Patriotic Decor To Your Outdoor Space

Summer Farmhouse Home Decor

What is some of your favorite patriotic decor?  Let me know in a comment below!

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