4th of July Tablescape

4th of July Tablescape

I don’t know if all of this time at home is making time fly by or drag.  Regardless, it is time to set a 4th of July Tablescape!  It is also time to gather so many other talented table stylists so that each of them may share their patriotic tables, too!  

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My little red truck is delivering a load of American flags!  Perhaps this has been part of the local parade! 

Red miniature carnations and baby’s breath along with American flags fill the back of my little red truck. 

Blue woven placemats were topped with basic white dinner plates and red salad plates.  Each salad plate has a little bottle vase with some red miniature carnations and an American flag.  I wrapped a bit of patriotic ribbon around the bottles.  

Pioneer Woman red-handled flatware is always appropriate for Independence Day.  It is rare that I don’t use a traditional setting for my flatware, but it just looked right placed all together on my triangle of red and white napkin folded over a navy blue one.  

This fun patriotic ribbon was my motivation for digging out my little red truck for this tablescape.  

Stemware was an easy choice with red and blue water and wine glasses.   

I hope you have enjoyed visiting my porch with my table all set and ready for the 4th of July!  Now,  please take the time to visit all of these talented table stylists!  

Design  Morsels | Simple Nature Decor Blog | White Arrows Home 
Calypso In The Country | Panoply | Decorate and More With Tip  |  The Little Yellow Corner Store  Corner of Plaid and Paisley | Home is Where the Boat Is | My Thrift Store  Addiction
 Everyday Living  | Our Crafty Mom | Life and Linda | Living With Thanksgiving | The Painted Apron 
Belle Bleu Interiors | Zucchini Sisters 
Create With Cynthia | My Family Thyme | Follow the Yellow Brick Home 



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  1. Three cheers for the Red, White and Blue Chloe! Great minds tablescape alike, I have a truck leading the parade down the center of my patriotic table too. 🙂 I should have used my ribbon to wrap some bottle vases like you did! Thank you for all your organizing efforts for this hop. Wishing you a Happy 4th! ♥

  2. The red truck makes the perfect centerpiece and I love how you carried it to the bottles on each place setting! So cute! Your whole table setting is so festive and pretty…looks like you’re ready for the 4th of July! Thanks for hosting this awesome blog hop!

  3. Such a cute, fun table! Love the ribbon wrapped water bottles! Your porch looks like the perfect place to celebrate! Thanks for hosting again, I really enjoy our hops❤️enjoy your 4th!

  4. What a cute patriotic table! Love the red truck with all the flags and the cute little vases on each plate. Those are great napkins too!

  5. Chloe, I love the small flower arrangements you placed at each place setting. Pinned! Thanks for hosting this patriotic tablescape! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  6. So festive and creative, Chloe! Your porch has all the perfect decorations. I love your little red truck as your centerpiece.
    It is amazing how so many can personalize red, white, and blue differently with personality and creativity for a tablescape blog hop.
    Thanks for keeping the hop going.
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  7. Hooray for the red white and blue Chloe! Your little red truck makes the perfect Americana centerpiece and I love the ribbon wrapped bottle vases at each place! LOVE all the waving flags!! Thank you for a wonderful and uplifting patriotic tablescape hop!!

  8. Another beautiful table Chloe, love the little red truck decked out for the 4th. It says Americana doesn’t it?

    The bottles are a great compliment too as well as the silverware from Pioneer Women.


  9. Chloe, Your table looks amazing, as always. I am kicking myself right now because I could of used my little red tractor. You inspired me to use it on a tablescape now. Thank you!

    Love this hop, gives us so many ideas for our table this July 4th holiday.

  10. Very fun and festive. Love the little red truck with the flags, makes for a great centerpiece. Adding the trucks to the bottles is such a great idea with the addition of flowers. A true patriotic table to celebrate the 4th.

  11. Chloe, I always love a visit to your lovely porch! Your tablescape Is beautiful decked out in its patriotic decor! I love the red truck! It makes the perfect centerpiece! Thanks so much for organizing the hop! Take care!

  12. Chloe, I love your patriotic little truck! It reminds me of the vintage trucks that used to participate in our small town Memorial Day parade when I was a kid. It looks so festive filled with carnations, baby’s breath and American flags. That was clever to wrap the red truck ribbon around the mini bottles at each place setting. Your porch looks so patriotic and inviting with the bunting and beautiful table setting. Thanks for hosting another fun hop!

  13. Chloe, your little red truck makes the perfect centerpiece! We were both thinking of bottles with flags sitting atop a plate stack. I love your patriotic table set on your lovely porch, what a nice place for alfresco dining. Thank you for all you do to keep the blog hops going. I do appreciate your time and efforts! Happy 4th of July ♥️

  14. Chloe, I adore the little red truck theme. I am certain it can be used for just about every holiday. It makes me yearn for the good old days when us kids could ride in the back of uncle’s little red truck (real one). Your tablescape makes for a perfect porch setting. I can imagine having a casual conversation at your table while watching a Fourth of July parade go by. Now all I need a cold glass of lemonade…..a perfect summer day.

  15. I just love the red truck centerpiece. That would be something you could use at Christmas too. Where did you find it? I like your solid red plates on top of white with a blue placemat. So simple but perfect for July 4. Thanks for hosting! I’m learning a lot.

  16. Hola Chloe, acabo de descubrir tu blog y te felicito por esa bonita mesa que nos dejas. Has combinado a la perfección, vajilla, flores, cristalería, cubiertos, ¡una delicia!, pero ese camioncito me ha enamorado, un broche para el centro de tu patriótica mesa. Seguiré visitándote. Desde barcelona, un beso

  17. Chloe, I adore how that ribbon inspired both you & Mary for this patriotic parade! The truck is perfect for that old-timey, small town parade feel. The napkins and their fold are very appealing for me, and I agree with your placement of the utensils on them. There’s nothing like a red, white & blue setting in the rich tones like you’ve used here. Classy.
    Thanks so much for co-hosting our hop, it’s something I always look forward to participating in. As for time flying or dragging, yes and yes. It’s a constant back and forth, just like the virus. Stay well, and enjoy your summer.

  18. You always have wonderful patriotic decor! I love your little red parade truck. I also love how you placed your flatware. So fun!!!

    Thanks for organizing these fabulous hops!

  19. Hi Chloe
    This is a very festive setting; using the little red truck as a centerpiece was very special, and would without a doubt entice conversation. I have a collection of red truck items myself needless to say that I am a big fan. Everything looks great, I am pretty sure that you will have a great time with your family around your table.

    1. Thanks so much Kristin! You live in a great spot for social distancing up there on the lake. I hope you are all able to enjoy all of your lakeside activities this coming holiday weekend!

  20. What a fun and festive table,Chloe! I love that ribbon and your little red truck. All of the red, white and blue is so perfect for the 4th of July!
    Thank you for coordinating these blog hops. It’s so much fun to see all of the creativity and to hop with you! Pinned!

  21. Hi Chloe, What an adorable display…so festive for the 4th of July celebration! I really love the truck and the fabric covered bottles! So clever! Pinned!


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