1. On a wall
A fresh and soft color par excellence, sage green can be the charming asset of a living room. On a wall, it sets the tone at the first glance. Combine it with light and neutral colors like white and wood for a Scandinavian look. And don't forget to add a few plants that heal this natural color wonderfully. The atmosphere will be soothing and comforting as we like…
2. On the household linen
If you are scared of the wall option, start by adopting sage green on your house line. You will see that despite its freshness, this shade wants to be cozy at will! This XXL knitted plaid is proof! It only gives us one desire: to bundle up in the corner of the fireplace or in the bed ...
3. Mismatched seats
Vintage, industrial, Scandinavian or bohemian style ... All have adopted the mismatched trend in the dining room without context. The perfect opportunity to try sage green by betting on a chair of this color. And the advantage is that you can change its place when the mood takes you. Or maybe you will fall for another?
4. In the bathroom
Color of serenity, green creates a reassuring atmosphere and create a feeling of relaxation. Inspired by nature, it acts as anti stress. What could be better than a relaxing color to decorate the bathroom? We love the association with the coral and the copper details which contrast warmly with the sage green by injecting a holiday spirit into the room!
5. In shades
Like all natural colors, green is available endlessly. And with the green and sustainable trend, green takes on its most beautiful shades to offer a superb monochrome. In practice, you just have to adopt a sage green cushion, another khaki, a celadon green carpet, a fir green light, an olive green piece of furniture… Obviously, you have to decide with a sober color like white or gray or even black!
6. At the office
In the symbolism, green represents calm, balance, hope and spiritual activities. So many elements that earn him a special place in the office! Because it has a positive effect on the nervous system, it is ideal for promoting concentration and imagination.
On the shutters of a house, sage green recalls the sunny houses of the south. If your town hall allows it, it is a big color to give life to your facade. And the advantage is that it goes well with many types of coating! With stone, it's a winning combo, but with plaster or siding, it works too. Something to radiate your home all year round!