Celebrate The 4th of July in Style!
July 4, 2016 is the 240th anniversary of America’s independence. It’s time to reflect, celebrate, and spend time with the people you love – but most importantly, it’s the best time of year to show off your American national pride!
For those of you looking to make a stylish statement this Fourth of July, we’re here to help. Being an American means the right to fully express yourself – especially when you’re showing your love for the United States!
Take on a “Red, White & Blue” Summer Home Design Project
Invest in your home by hiring a world-class kitchen and bath designer to give your home, summer home or beach house a “red, white and blue” update! Whether it’s one color or a combination of all three, these bright, summery colors don’t go out of style – and they’re part of the Pantone color palette this summer!
Pantone Style Guide for 4th of July Style
Want a way to show off the red, white and blue in a fresh, stylish way? A great starting point is our article about the official Pantone colors of Summer 2016 style. Pantone is the authority on accurate color matching and precision, and their seasonal color palettes are the foundation for great design, style and fashion.
There are 2 shades of red and 2 shades of blue in the Summer 2016 Pantone report.
- Pantone “Reds”, Summer 2016:
- Rose Quartz (Pantone 13-1520)
- Peach Echo (Pantone 16-1548)
- Pantone “Blues”, Summer 2016:
- Snorkel Blue (Pantone 19-4049)
- Serenity (Pantone 15-3919)
Why not blend the official Pantone colors of Summer 2016 into your 4th of July decor, fashion and style? Decorate your picnic table or backyard party with Rose Quartz or Snorkel Blue, and you not only have a fashionable occasion but a great conversation starter!
Celebrate Our Military Heroes This July 4th
There’s nothing more “in fashion” on the 4th of July than celebrating the heroes of the United States Armed Forces. Take it from a man like Peter Salerno, not only a world-renowned designer but a veteran of the United States Navy.
Peter attended The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina and graduated as an Ensign in the U.S. Navy with a Business Degree. His Naval commitment gave him the ability to travel most of Europe and Western Asia. Studying art and sketching have always been a form of relaxation for Peter; being stationed in Italy was the perfect opportunity to study the masters and old world architecture first hand. After returning from the Navy and working in corporate America, Peter decided to return to his father’s business and began to apply his artistic vision to the growing family business.
This Independence Day, see the world through the eyes of a man like Peter Salerno, who cherishes both service to his country and being an extraordinary kitchen and bath designer. Take a moment to show your gratitude to our military.