Sage green is rising in popularity – and for good reason. This soft, grayish-green is soothing, yet playful, and can result in stunning looks with a little thought and creativity. It’s also a refreshing neutral, creating an unexpected palette of color in otherwise white or beige rooms. Read on for a few ideas on how to decorate with sage green in your home.
Sage green furniture is a welcomed change from pieces we’re used to seeing in brown or gray (think the dining room table, an end table, or credenza). These pieces add a pop of color without overpowering the rest of your home décor. Sage green also pairs well with a variety of metals, so it’s perfect for a kitchen or dining room where there’s a lot of exposed hardware.
If you’re looking for something glam, try sage green wallpaper with a decorative floral print. It creates a chic backdrop for light-colored furniture, but also plays well with moody color palettes, metallics, and textures such as velvet. Plus it adds interest to small rooms that may be lacking a little pizazz.
Sage green décor is incredibly versatile; it can be incorporated into styles from farmhouse to global. We love the earthy, handmade appeal of ceramics in a matte sage green finish. Pull the color through your room with other decorative accents, such as pillows and throws.
Sage green walls are a favorite for working rooms, such as the kitchen, laundry room, and entryway. The color is clean without looking stark and provides depth to rooms where furniture and décor aren’t necessarily a priority. It’s light and keeps spaces feeling airy and fresh.
Regardless of where you use it, sage green will add a splash of color to your home that is clean, refreshing, and totally on-trend.