1. Create a soothing feeling2. Make your space more welcoming3. Tonal look in the room4. Accent with gold and wood5. Add a vintage twist6. Highlight the roofline7. Lighten your dressing room8. Freshness on the ceiling9. Zen10 key. Light half-wall11. Beautify the laundry room12. Ventilated space13. Soothing library14. Serene sleep15. Ventilate your workspace16. A touch of smoked sage17. Traditional style in the living room18. Stylish CabinetsFAQ
1. Create a soothing feeling
Sage green clearly adds a relaxing and soothing touch to the spacious bathroom. We love this mix of stones and tiles in cold tones, nicely decorated with a wardrobe in a vintage and warm style.
2. Make your space more welcoming
This wardrobe dressed in sage green, illuminated by the nearby window, creates a particularly soft, warm and minimalist atmosphere. It’s hard not to fall for this cleverly ventilated entrance cloakroom. We congratulate the creative idea of Becca Interiors, who even played the card of audacity by marrying the whole with a pattern of tiles on the black & white floor to stand out and enhance the whole.
3. Tonal look in the room
Here we have combined sage green with forest green in this two-bed room to create a serene tone accented with white, black and grey. A bit dark you say? Nothing prevents you from bringing a touch of color in the bedding or in pretty landscape paintings to hang on the walls.
4. Accent with gold and wood
Brexton Cole Interiors came up with the ingenious idea of painting the walls of this stylish home office with pale sage green paint. Result: the backdrop is very soft sublimated by this large golden mirror surrounded by matching wall sconces. And, impossible to go unnoticed, the choice of this bentwood desk is a real must.
5. Add a vintage touch
Want to soften the often cold look of the kitchen? Why not try the sage green? This unusual shade immediately gives this kitchen a more intimate charm of vintage inspiration. They bet just with this natural atmosphere that gives a warmer and timeless feel to this living room.
6. Highlight the roofline
Erin Williamson Design painted this room in a soothing and comforting sage green that highlights the height of the ceilings and the shape of the roofline. A real flawless!
7. Lighten your dressing room
With great lightness and softness, Studio Peake painted this dressing room with a silver hue of pale sage for a brighter and airier feel. We appreciate this neutral tone that acclimatizes perfectly with a colorful wardrobe.
8. Coolness on the ceiling
This family room with bunk beds from Becca Interiors has been perfectly thought out for sleepovers. It is so spacious and comfortable that it does not make you want to leave! And, because the walls and ceiling are dressed in a beautiful sage green, which turns gray, one has this wonderful feeling of being in a particularly warm and relaxing environment. For winter evenings, it’s the perfect atmosphere! The effect is accentuated by shiny brass ladders and railings.
9. Zen touch
To give a special charm to this rustic and woody bathroom, Kate Marker Interiors had the idea of painting the foliage walls with light sage paint. This refined touch gives the space a warm and relaxing feel.
10. Light half-wall
Isn’t this living room incredibly bright? A half-wall painted in a light shade of soothing sage immediately gives a sense of space. This clear and airy room designed by the Fantastic Frank brand gives a certain well-being and brings undeniable comfort. The sage green perfectly matches the other white walls of the space and the natural tones of the décor.
11. Beautify the laundry room
Why always neglect the laundry area? The Mindy Gayer Design Co brand has chosen to offer this corner of the house a soothing shade of sage to create a more zen atmosphere. And now, this place dedicated to this daily household task has just been transformed suddenly into a much more pleasant setting. And we think it’s a great idea!
12. Ventilated space
Oh what a great dining room! Sage green brings a real freshness to this already beautifully decorated eclectic room. The woody spirit all around merits happily with this neutral and natural hue. Nile Johnson Interior Design has decided by giving a more airy effect to the place. And, the white painted paneling adds a little more formal touch to complement this antique furniture and this sublime crystal chandelier.
13. Soothing Library
Kate Marker Interiors painted this cozy bookcase in a medium-toned shade of sage to create a soothing and captivating atmosphere. Enough to relax and let yourself be absorbed by his novel or a file to finish.
14. Serene sleep
How to relax more in the bedroom? Especially avoiding glaring and aggressive colors. Nothing like that sage green on the walls to promote rest and relaxation. A well thought out creation by Jessica Nelson Design. To sleep soundly, get inspired by this room!
15. Ventilate your workspace
The Fantastic Frank brand showcases a very soft and serene atmosphere in this corner of the office. Simply soften the wall with a touch of light sage so that the room immediately takes on a fresher and more relaxing look.
16. A touch of smoked sage
Ashley Montgomery Design used intense smoked sage paint to add depth to this dressing room entrance, contrasting with pale wood accents and cane doors. We also like the vintage décor brought by the curved beveled mirror and the rattan lamp. Worthy of a catalog of a great decoration magazine!
17. Traditional style in the living room
English atmosphere signed Brexton Cole Interiors. This famous label has painted the walls of this formal living room in sage green to give a light, yet earthy feel, which blends elegantly with the brown tones of the furniture and the decoration of the traditional-style living room. So chic!
18. Stylish cabinets
We finish in beauty with this modern kitchen punctuated by an infinity of cabinets. And hop, just paint them an eye-catching color, alternating with white, to brighten up the room and him doning a soul. The architect added depth to this functional kitchen by focusing on a few cupboards painted in sage green. We love the idea!
What color goes with sage green?
Sage green has the advantage of being a versatile color, it can act as a neutral tone and can therefore easily be confidently combined with a range of hues, from black to white, powder pink, coral or yellow. Take the gray tones of sage and pair them with silver, for example. More earthy shades can be combined with brown, or even skillfully blend with plum or purple tones. Do not hesitate to mix your sage walls with other shades of green such as olive, pistachio or celadon on furniture, textiles and decorative objects. And, of course, for a natural and lush effect, green plants are the most beautiful effect to accompany this color. Hold on, why not a green wall for a tonal look?
What is the trendy green?
Sage green is a pale green-gray with yellow shades that is inspired by the homonymous grass. In the same way as the sage plant, this paint comes in a wide range of hues, from the palest silvery green to the deeper shades that turn olive. Soothing and adaptable, sage green is suitable for both modern and traditional style interiors.
With which blue hue to associate sage green?
The most trendy color to associate with sage green is sky blue. Isn’t this the most combination that reminds us of nature itself? Sky blue works well on a wall or accent color, it’s fresh, uplifting and soothing. It’s also the perfect companion for neutral and earthy color palettes. Where to marry sky blue with sage green? This combination will give a comforting, but slightly playful, aspect to a child’s room, for example. The elegant mix of colors, patterns and textures will add a little more vitality to the room, while keeping a beautiful harmony. Light sage walls can comfortably reveal themselves next to a patterned taupe wallpaper. And the addition of a sky blue dresser will immediately enhance the whole without it being too bold.
What furniture colors can be combined with sage green?
- The sage green walls match beautifully with muted pastel furniture colors like white, beige and yellow. But pop colors, such as pink and crimson, will in turn spice up the atmosphere.
- The natural colors of the furniture, such as pastel pink and burnt orange, can bring a rococo touch to organic sage green walls.
- Dark accent colors, such as navy blue and emerald green, will add a rich, retro look to your walls. Pair them with gold accents for more impact!
- As sage green walls are rather light and neutral, they will always need white or beige tones in their décor.