Inspired: Get the Royal Treatment with Union Jack Decor

Posted by: on May 22nd, 2012 | 2 Comments
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A collection of Union Jack clothing and decor

We find the Anglophile design trend absolutely smashing. The British Union Jack is popping up just about everywhere, so much so, the Union Jack is the New Black, says Design Sponge. And with the Olympic Games being held in London this year, we’ll bet you tea and crumpets this trend will be colonizing the US for more than a few fortnights’ time.

Here are a few pieces that will quickly put some of Dear Old Blighty in your royal palace.


The asymmetry and fun design in this Religion Union Jack dress puts a spin on the classic flag.

The thoroughly British Wellington rain boot fit just right with the flag. This high-fashion Hunter pair with an antique flag pattern makes us want to jump in puddles.

Yes, these Regent’s Crown Hooks from the Home Decorators Collection are fit for the queen. The set of four makes the entryway high class.

This Union Jack Frame from our European Influence Collection puts your pictures in a new context. The black and white design is a subtle way to incorporate the iconic pattern.

The aptly named Union Junction Storage Boxes are a stop at the intersection of decoration and function. The pop of the design and quality of the craftsmanship will make you forget about all the junk you’ve crammed inside.


Give an old table new life as an expat by DIYing a Union Jack on it. Inspiration abounds online. We’re particularly charmed by this Union Jack dresser design, made by an artisan on Etsy, the marketplace for all things crafty.

Recline on these Home Decorators pillows when its time for tea. The plush design of the iconic royal crown pillow will add some cozy comfy, while the slogan “Keep Calm and Carry On,” an old phrase used by the Brits during the Second World War, will remind you to be high-minded.

Inspired is an editorial curation of products from and our sister site, Home Decorators Collection – along with irresistible finds from around the web.

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  1. Linda Jenkins says:

    where are they sold?

    • Hi Linda,
      Most of these items are sold at The Home Decorators Collection, a part of The Home Depot. You can follow the links for each item to find where they live online.