Fourth of July Tablescape

Fourth of July Tablescape

Hey Ya’ll,  I hope you are having a fantastic time celebrating Fourth of July on this long holiday weekend, I know we sure are!

We have been very busy with several neighborhood events, and a little antique shopping plus we have some family popping over for the Fourth. Today I wanted to share our very patriotic Fourth of July tablescape to hopefully give you all some inspiration for your own tables.As you can see there is no shortage of red, white or blue here. We are proud to be American’s, celebrating our great nations birthday this year, and honestly I think she is looking pretty good for her age. So let’s dive into the details, of how I put this table together.  I found these really cool galvanized metal chargers, over the summer. I thought they matched the theme nicely especially with the addition of the galvanized pails. In fact, they work so well, they may be my new favorite table charger right now. I have a feeling you are going to see a lot of them going forward since they seem to work with everything farmhouse and that trend is really on the rise. These touches of faux grass add a nice touch of the outdoors without all the bugs in all the comfort of air conditioning, lol. I really love how just a pop of green to all the red, white and blue levels this table out. Plus I don’t know about you guys but when I think of the Fourth of July I think of fresh green grass, fireflies, and sparklers. In fact you could totally add sparklers to these pails for lighting later, outside.  
Sipping sweet tea and lemonade out of mason jars is such a southern thing, and works well with this theme. I have to say, I use mason jars for everything! While you can pick up a case for a very reasonable price, I have a trick below for getting them for free. Then you  never have to worry about breaking one, they are so easy to replace.

MONEY SAVING TIP: Alright, I am going to give you my “el cheapo” trick for getting a bunch of them. These are spaghetti sauce jars from Classico pasta sauce. I actually started saving them in my early 20’s after Ron and I got married. We didn’t have a lot of money back then so if I bought the pasta sauce I would get a free glass, it was a win win for us. Now, I have actual MASON jars as well in the smaller size, which I use a juice glasses, but I like to keep these to remember where we came from and how blessed we are now.Since no Fourth of July table would be complete without mason jars, you got to have stainless steel straws, am I right? I just love these straws, especially since they never get soggy like the paper ones, they are  eco friendly and reusable, just wash them in the dishwasher. I know the great state of California would be all about these!  
Don’t forget my must have qienessenitinal red napkins, these guys pull double duty thought out the year. You will see them at Christmas and Valentine’s Day, they are a staple in my entertaining linen closet, a true must have! The runner is homemade, a simple white runner and I added some flags down the middle after removing the wooden sticks. Actually a few were not attached very well, so they were already coming off the sticks. So life gave me lemons, and I made lemonade and put it in my  mason jars, lol! Sometimes it is just so easy, I even amaze myself, LOL!To complete the look on the sideboard I added a white pitcher full of antique dyed mini flags. The rustic red star actually adorned the top of our 15 foot Christmas tree last year. Again, like I have always said, I covet items that can pull double duty in my home. A good multi tasking item can really save on having a lot things you don’t need, and a clean house equals a clean mind… for me anyways.

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 So what was on the menu over at Chateau Gainer? Well my husband recently got a Big Green Egg for Christmas, and has smoked everything that will stand still. He has joined an Egg Head Group online and has a great group of Egger’s in the neighborhood too. Be sure to check out how we utilized the leftovers and made Cowboy Nachos later in the week, also here is my link to my homemade lattice top  Apple Pie from the menu below!

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WALL PAINT- Agreeable Gray Sherwin Williams TRIM PAINT- Pure White Sherwin Williams FLOORS- Mohawk 3″Forrest Lake Oak Color: Oxford LANTERN LIGHTS- Brickyard 3 light Foyer Pendents Wayfair  TABLE- Benchwright 108″ Extended Alfesco Brown Pottery Barn  SIDEBOARD-Benchwright Buffet Alfesco Brown Pottery Barn CHAIRS- Remy Side Chair Brunshed Steel Restoration Hardware  LAYERED METAL WALL ART- Antique Ceiling Tile Pottery Barn discontinued  IRON WALL ART- Nicole Metal Wall Plaque Discontinued RUG- Rust and Taupe Houndstooth Ballard Designs Discontinued (similar)  DRAPES-Gray Grommet West Elm CURTAIN ROD- Industrial Pipe Rod Rubbed Iron West Elm CHANDELIER- Colton 9 Light Progressive Lighting LANTERNS-(discontinued)Pottery Barn (similar) Park Hill Lantern Pottery Barn

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48 Comments

  1. Your table is beautiful!! So patriotic, I love those metal charges and I have never heard of stainless steel straws..where on earth did you find those?!

  2. Terry Williams

    I am reading all of your recent posts, I really love you patriotic table. I will pin for next year.

  3. Joy Destin

    Rich beautiful picture and fantastic tables layout for the Fourth of July, pinning for later

  4. Ryder

    Fun table…. I will pin for inspo. next year!

  5. Beth

    Wohoo what a great table for the holidays. I love this and I am pinning for next year!

  6. That’s right plan ahead!! I picked up a whole bunch of stuff at Hobby Lobby for 85-90% off for next year 😉

  7. Uncle Sam

    Nice patriotic display, I really like the center piece being all flags. Good job, my fellow American.

  8. J. Somerset

    I am constantly looking online for posts that can facilitate me. Thank you!

  9. Yes I actually was an event designer, for a large firm here in town years ago. Today I focus more on custom weddings, mainly the florals and I do Interior Design for my blog, which I just started this year.

  10. Liz

    Happy 4th of July, I feel rather fortunate to have seen your web site and look forward to more fun reading here. Thank you once again for all the details.

  11. Addison Wheeler

    There are actually quite a lot of details to take in from this table design. The flags on the runners and as place card holder. Good job!

  12. Aubrey Andrews

    Beautiful table and a very nice post, I definitely love this web site, keep on going your are great.

  13. Gemma

    Thank you for actively showing pride in our country, so many time I see people just Bar-b-que and shoot off fireworks but that is it, not decor just food and fire.

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    The article has really peaks my designer interest. Love all the tips you added for the 4th of July .

  22. I love your tables, they are the best, Ralphy makes them better.

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  40. You made such a beautiful table for the holidays have a good one!

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