Six Ways to Set An Unforgettable Fourth of July Table

Six Ways to Set An Unforgettable Fourth of July Table

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I can barely believe the Fourth of July is just a couple weeks away. To me, the holiday embodies true summer bliss. 

You've settled into that go-with-the-flow summer routine and still have plenty of days ahead in the season to savor.

To help you maintain that low-fuss, little stress lifestyle, we've got all your tabletop needs for the celebrations around the corner. So, let's skip to the good stuff; here are six festive ways to set your Independence Day table in style.  


The way we see it, the Fourth always ends with an epic fireworks show, so play up the fanfare from the start of the celebration when setting your table. The shades of blue tablecloth is a beauty no matter what sits on top, but the splatter placemat and gingham plates pop perfectly for party time. 


in blue

or red

The lines placemat feels so appropriate with its fireworks-like starbust effect; we paired it with these quirky melamine plates adorned with bees (back in stock any day, so submit your email in the space provided!) and got our gingham fix in the form of these luxe linen napkins from France. Shop the look below.

We love the texture our Charlie Sprout napkins add to these spreads - shop them all here


Elevate the occasion with these gorgeous napkins by a linen line out of Spain that's steeped in European elegance.

But keep it real with the ruffled potato chip situation.  Shop this rattan buffet here


This setting really lets the food shine, which was fitting for our dinner party with Defined Foods. Make sure you didn't miss these recipes: the watermelon marg and peach panzanella definitely deserve a spot in your Fourth spread. These cobalt edge napkins can be shopped here



Shop all of these looks in our AMERICANA shop here. If you're still stuck, our Memorial Day entertaining post dishes out a few more ideas. 

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