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20 Ways to Use Red, White & Blue in Your Home Design

July 01, 2019

Infuse your home with a patriotic spirit all-year-long. Check out these 20 ways you can bring the red, white and blue color palette into your home design.

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Photo: Kathleen Mapson

Patriotic Teen's Room Features Blue Wainscoting

This bedroom was designed for a preteen boy using a red white and blue color scheme. The bed was positioned to create a sense of openness, and dark blue board and batten molding was added to the lower portion of the wall.

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Kids' Bedroom Nook in Red, White and Blue

There's plenty of room for play in this superhero-inspired kids' bedroom with a loft bed, Superman artwork and modern swivel chairs.

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Photo: Tomas Espinoza

Subtle, Yet Impactful Color Palette

Plenty of soft textures in plush rugs, faux fur and channel upholstery give this bedroom a feeling of luxury even while the furniture lines stay modern and cool.

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Photo: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography. From: Brian Patrick Flynn.

Electric Blue Walls, White Trim and Red Linens

The solution-based design for this attic-shaped room with left and right sloping ceilings was to open up the ceiling and add collar ties to make the space feel airy and inviting, and utilize unused space below to create closets. The six handy closets blend in with the rest of the bedroom's electric blue walls, with pure white trim that helps the closets coordinate with the exposed collar ties above.

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