I have gathered a collection of some beautiful Vintage July 4th decor ideas and DIYs for your inspiration this holiday. is such a nostalgia that comes with Independence Day. Each and every year the celebrations, and the decor around town and around the house have me reliving memories from my childhood. I really feel like it’s because of this that I especially love the vintage looks this time of year.
Pillows are a favorite decor staple and can quickly change the feel of a room. Mixing small and large patterns in coordinating colors brought this outdoor seating together beautifully.
Sometimes all a space needs is a flag dropped in an existing vase. It doesn’t get any easier than that.
Grab a pack of mini American flags to sprinkle in your existing decor. You can use the same antiquing technique I used on this DIY Patriotic Pillow (HERE) to grunge them up a bit.
Ticking fabric adds instant old charm to any space. In this case, cute little DIY flags! Use the fabric for flags, banners, homemade pillows or even a super easy table runner. Make your own ticking stripe with this neat little trick (HERE)
Milk glass jars and old Coca Cola crates make for the perfect addition to vintage July 4th decor. Add a touch of greenery and you have an almost effortless look.
I really don’t think you can go wrong with this look. Again, I am seeing milk glass and added texture with those chippy candle holders. Those staples paired with the texture of the rattan in this covered outdoor space are to die for!
I don’t know about you but I don’t think I have ever considered decorating my bedroom for the 4th. This vintage look is so tasteful. Bringing the colors of the holiday together without being matchey-matchey is the key here. You want the look to appear collected over time.
Old scales are always a good idea, especially when paired with a vintage chip can and ticking stripes. This ensamble is perfect for a kitchen island or coffee bar.
Sometimes all your space needs is a simple DIY like this No Sew Dollar Tree Patriotic Pillow. I antiqued a Dollar tree chair cover to achieve this vintage look. See the completed look and the detailed instructions (HERE)
Ticking stripes again for the win here with this look. I lobe the simplicity of the ribbed fabric hanging from the chandelier. The look is tied together with matching fabric napkins on this greenhouse tablescape.