As we prepare to celebrate the 4th of July in a whole new social distancing world – many of us will choose to hang out at home with those we love. We thought it would be fun to share with you some of our favorite Nandina spaces designed in red, white, or blue. A little nod to the patriotic colors of “old glory”.
Full out red, white and blue rooms are sometimes a little difficult to carry off – although renowned designer Barclay Butera pulls it off with panache in the bold bedroom design below.
For Barclay Butera, blue and white is not just a color combination, it’s a lifestyle. We love how he adds the perfect pops of bright red in this patriotic bedroom! Photo Copyright: Barclay Butera
Bringing blue all throughout this bedroom – from the accent wall color, to the bed bench and chair – creates a cohesive look! Coordinating Thibaut fabrics keeps the design cohesive and interesting. Design by Susan Victor | Photography by Shelly Schmidt
The color red is rarely considered serine, but the use of texture and tone transforms this red dining area into a soft pallet of soothing colors. (view more of this project here). Design by Sue Shannon | Photography by Shelly Schmidt
The white accents make the beautiful red textiles pop in this beautiful living room. Design by Susan Victor | Photography by Shelly Schmidt
The mix of blues and whites make for a very serene nook in this master bedroom. The pop of red from a simple glass bud vase adds just the right accent. Design by Susan Victor and Sue Shannon | Photography by Shelly Schmidt
The all out glamour of a red Murano glass chandelier is the show stopper in this elegant dining room! Design by John Ishmael | Photography by Shelly Schmidt
We love the mix of red, white and blue fabrics in this outdoor oasis! Design by Susan Victor | Photography by Shelly Schmidt
Nothing says welcome like a bright red front door! It provides design presence even as seen from the dining room of this Atlanta craftsman cottage. Design by John Ishamel | Photography by Shelly Schmidt