A picnic table and a pair of Adirondack chairs ensure everyone is comfortable, and red accents really spice up the space.
Laurey W Glenn

Rustic Details

A picnic table and a pair of Adirondack chairs ensure everyone is comfortable, and red accents really spice up the space.


pale blue and red boys room
Dominique Vorillon

A Space of His Own

Sports trophies are displayed on locker-style furniture in this 10-year-old boy’s room. The twin beds once belonged to his grandmother and are updated with fire engine red lacquer.


Nautical Bedroom
 Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

 Nautical Retreat

This multipurpose room acts as an office, and because of the sleeping nook with daybed, it can also double as a guest room. Bold stripes and playful prints give this room a fun but not overdone nautical theme.


porch with wicker furniture
Photo: Brian Vanden Brink

Patriotic Porch

Durable composite decking in 3-inch tongue-and-groove planks gives this porch an old-fashioned feel. But this modern material won't rot, warp, or crack.


Unfussy master bedroom
William Abranowicz

Unfussy Master Bedroom

With vaulted ceilings and whitewashed wood paneling, this master bedroom is made only for sleeping. A simple blue-and-white quilt enforces the nautical island look of this coastal Maine sleeping space.


hideout
Photo: Bruce Buck

Hideout

The guest suite over the garage serves as a great kids' hideout.


Pillows in the color of the flag.
Photo: Keith Scott Morton

Primary Pillows

Crisp shades of red, white, and blue dress up throw pillows.


Rustic white walls
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

White With Depth

Give monochromatic rooms interest and depth with texture. Go for the look of an old beach shack by coating wooden walls in white. Once dry, sand planks to reveal glimpses of the wood beneath.

“The personality of an all-white room can be easily changed. Adding a single accent color creates an entirely different space.”
––Lane Gregory, art director


Flying the American Flag
Nina Bramhall

Fly the Flag

Sure your grandfather taught you all of this way back when, but brush up on the Flag Code and make sure you're flying the American Flag correctly.

If you don't own your own flag, check out Brookstone's selection by Annin & Co (makers of the flags planted on the North and South Poles, Mt. Everest, and the Moon).


Rustic Flair
Brian Vanden Brink

Rustic Flair

Warm up your family room with rich wood interiors and a prominent stone fireplace. High ceilings and clerestory windows flood the space with natural light and keep the room bright.


A red-white-and-blue theme is perfect for a summer home's bunkroom. With just patriotic bed linens and small area rug, this kids room is playful and filled with color.
Laurey W Glenn

Patriotic Kids Bunkroom

A red-white-and-blue theme is perfect for a summer home's bunkroom. With just patriotic bed linens and small area rug, this kids room is playful and filled with color.


Custome furniture piece in living room
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Hidden Comforts

In this living room, a substantial custom-made piece holds books and family photos while hiding the TV and stereo.


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