Do you love red, white and blue in interior design as much as I do? Tobi Fairley has a fantastic lineup of guest bloggers for July — it’s All-American month on her blog — and I was beyond thrilled that she asked me to chime in! So please head over to Tobi’s blog for a few of my favorite red, white and blue pieces. Although I chose them in honor of Independence Day, I would welcome any of them into my home year-round!
Of course, I had way too many favorites (it’s an occupational hazard), so here are the outtakes. The light blue Brigitte Desk and the red Taboret Stool/Side Table are both from Bungalow 5. You probably recognize the red, white and blue (and green and yellow) fabric on the Hickory Chair Ansley Chair — it’s the not-yet-available Suzanne Kasler for Lee Jofa Montmartre pattern that I am drooling over. The faux shagreen boxes are from Made Goods, and the Giustina Chandelier is by Currey & Company. Last but not least, the map print is based on a Famille Summerbelle hand paper cut of New York. Isn’t it fabulous? These patriotic-colored products didn’t quite fit in with my selections on Tobi’s blog, but I still think they are gorgeous!
Do you like patriotic colors in your home? I can’t wait to hear what you think … and be sure to tell Tobi as well. Happy Independence Day!