7 Star-Spangled Accessories for the Fourth of July 

These seven finds will proudly display your patriotic side.


Hand Woven Accent Rug


Before you even greet your guests in person, show off your all-American spirit at the door with this red, white, and blue rug. The tassels add just a touch of playfulness.

To buy: $20; target.com.

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Barnwood State Side Tables


The Fourth of July is ultimately about celebrating our country, but that doesn’t mean you can’t show some love for your home state, too. How clever are these state-shaped tables, crafted from reclaimed barn wood?

To buy: $198; uncommongoods.com.

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Wheaton Stripe Napkin


Stripes never go out of style, so stock up on these linen napkins for year-round entertaining. They come in five colors including red, white, and blue, so the options are limitless.

To buy: $32 (set of four); potterybarn.com.

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Americana Melamine Dinnerware Collection


Upgrade your typical flag-adorned paper plates with these durable, lightweight dishes. Whether you’re having an outdoor party or indoor soirée, these playful pieces will work for any gathering.

To buy: $52 (set of four); williams-sonoma.com.

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USA Silicone Ice Cube Tray


What’s better than an ice cold drink? One that includes ice cubes in the shape of the states, of course. Expert tip: use it to make frozen juice cubes so you can give drinks an extra flavor boost.

To buy: $10; worldmarket.com.

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Satin Tape Dahlia Square Throw


Set off some firework-worthy style in your living room with more subtle USA-themed accessories. If you’re afraid of color, the neutral background tones down the impact of the deeper hues, so you won’t have sensory overload.

To buy: $60; bedbathandbeyond.com.

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Ann Clark Independence Day Patriotic Cookie Cutter Set


Nothing makes the crowd go wild at a BBQ like some homemade cookies. Simple and spirited dessert: done!

To buy: $9; amazon.com.

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