Americana style is all about tailored linens, historical elements, traditional furnishings with a rustic quality,  and of course,  red, white, and blue!  It’s a casual and comfortable style that can be incorporated in many different ways.  We prefer a classic approach with natural wood furnishings and lots of textured accent pieces.  Here are some items we are loving that give a nod to this patriotic-style:

St. Louis is a great city to spend the Independence Day holiday!  Below we listed some local festivities going on during the holiday weekend.

36th Annual Fair St. Louis

Held on Art Hill in Forest Park, the free 3-day event will feature incredible fireworks displays over the Grand Basin, family-friendly activities, tasty eats, and performances by big-name artists including Sammy Hagar, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic and Flo Rida.

St. Charles RiverFest

Starting on Friday, July 1st and continuing through the 4th, this event is held in Frontier Park on the banks of the Missouri River.  The most popular part of the festivities is the parade held on Monday, July 4th at 10 AM which runs along Main Street.  The event also has fun carnival rides for children, fireworks displays on the 3rd and 4th, and music by local artists, including the popular, The Funky Butt Brass Band.

Chesterfield July 4th Celebration

Located at the Chesterfield Mall, this event has become one of the largest fireworks displays in the metro area.  Guests are encouraged to bring lawn-chairs for comfortable viewing of the show.  The Kid’s Zone (open 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM) will feature carnival games, inflatable bounce houses, slides and an obstacle course.

JB Blast

This event is held at the historic Jefferson Barracks Park in St. Louis County on Friday, July 1st at 7:00 PM.  Guests can enjoy a free concert by the Starlifters USAF Band of Mid-America in the Veteran’s Memorial Amphitheater, then view the fireworks display beginning at dusk (approximately 9:15 PM).  Guests are also welcome to pay their respect to our service men and women buried in the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

Webster Groves Community Days

The family-friendly festival is a four-day celebration known for its parade, BBQ, carnival and fireworks displays.  $25 wrist bands are available for unlimited rides.  Fireworks displays will be held on the final two nights.


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