By Renae Frey

How to Decorate Your Hutch for the Fourth of July

How to Decorate Your Hutch for the Fourth of July

Hey Friends!

I’m so glad that you are here. Thank you so much. I truly enjoy our time together. Today, I am sharing my Fourth of July Hutch refresh. I have envied decorated hutches for years. They are just so much fun to decorate for the seasons and holidays. I LOVE the fourth of July. It’s one of my all time favorite days of the year. What’s your favorite holiday?My house and garden are bursting at the seams with Fourth of July decor.

There is nothing like red, white and blue to give you a patriotic feeling.

I so enjoy decorating the hutch each season. What is your favorite space to decorate in your home? Over the weekend, decorating my hutch for the Fourth of July was at the top of my list. I gathered things from all over my house-no need to buy anything new to make it festive. I used my white everday dishware-it’s so versatile. I just use a decorative salad plate and it looks like I have dishware for each holiday. These dinner plates are very similar to mine.

My dinner plates were the first thing that I added to the hutch, then I added pretty blue and white floral plates. I put some red cloth napkins tied with patriotic ribbon on a stack of everyday salad plates next to a blue and white cache pot– this one is similar. On the bottom shelf, I added a vintage urn atop of red bound vintage books and I filled a white pitcher with flags. Do you use vintage items? Which ones are your favorites?

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On the top shelf, I used my blue and white ginger jar next to some vintage blue bound books. On the bottom shelf, I placed my blue water goblets next to another stack of red bound vintage books. Then I added one of my favorite silver creamers with greenery tucked inside. You will notice in my designs that I sneak in vintage silver wherever I can.

Isn’t this vintage Ironstone tureen amazing? You would never gues what I bought the whole set for…$20! It was such a wonderful find. What is one of your favorite finds?

On this top shelf is another white vintage pitcher filled with flags and tied with a festive bow alongside more blue water goblets. On this bottom shelf is another blue and white ginger jar, a vintage teapot and more red cloth napkins tied with a red, white and blue bow.

For more great Fourth of July posts see here, here, here and here.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I sure enjoy our time together. I only wish that we could do it in person.

Hugs and blessings to you,

Renae

7 thoughts on “How to Decorate Your Hutch for the Fourth of July”

  1. I’m such a fan of your ironstone and dishes. You can’t ever have enough! Beautiful, hutch, friend! Happy 4th!

  2. What a great idea to use blue and white dishes for patriotic decorating! So smart! That ironstone soup tureen is lovely. I have a weakness where ironstone is concerned 🙂 Pinning!

  3. Once again, such beautiful displays! I am a lover of blue and white and adding red is such a fun way to decorate patriotically. Thanks for all the beauty!

  4. Your blue and white dishes are displayed so beautifully, with pops of red! So festive!

  5. I love the blue and white dishware. It fits perfectly with your patriotic highlights to make a wonderful display.

    1. Thank you so much, Janet. I really appreciate your kind words. I agree, I love the combination. Hugs to you, Renae

  6. Renae, what a lovely RWB combination of china pieces you’ve put together for the 4th!!!! Really pretty and ooh, I swoon over the creamware soup tureen and the flow blue cache pot… <3 Happy to have featured your post at this past week's Share Your Style #306. 🙂

    Have a great day,
    Barb 🙂

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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