Written by Jaymi Naciri
“This cool, muted shade has been popping up everywhere, from our favorite bloggers’ pads to the design magazines we pore over each month,” said One Kings Lane.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to show off your sage.
Sage green kitchen cabinets play nice in a gourmet kitchen, pulling together high-end countertops, a rustic ceiling, and commercial stainless steel appliances.
In a light and bright space, sage green is the perfect foil for an otherwise white color palette.
Or, use sage in one key area to make your island even more of a centerpiece.
Sage walls in a large living room give the space a bit of intimacy and luxury.
A darker sage creates a moody space and sets the foundation for eclectic décor.
In a bedroom, sage provides a soothing tone. For a little extra pizzazz, go with a sage-based metallic wallpaper.
Don’t want to paint the walls? Use sage on your built-ins.
Paint the interior a bold shade or wallpaper it in a graphic print to create a standout piece.
Sage green in a bathroom invites a spa feel and integrates a little color without being too bold—a look you can achieve with paint or tile.
See more ideas for incorporating sage green into your home on Houzz.