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Using this subtle, natural color will add tranquility to your decor.


Posted in: home decore

On December, 14, 2018


Going green in your interior decor can be a peaceful, gentle prospect.

Sage green plays well with lots of other colors. As a neutral, pair it with accents of brick red, aqua, French blue, brown, violet or lilac. As an accent shade, pair sage with crisp white to make the color pop or pair it with soft grey, cream or ivory to keep the look subtle and tranquil. Many design elements also use sage green as part of a pattern, such as latticework, paisley, stripes and botanical prints. Naturally, you have lots of possibilities to gently add sage green to your décor:

  • Painted walls and paint stenciling
  • Wallpaper
  • Upholstery and drapery fabric
  • Bedding
  • Painted wood furniture and kitchen cabinets
  • Rugs and carpeting
  • Lamps and light fixtures
  • Accessories such as throw pillows, vases, flowers and table linens
  • Tile countertops and backsplashes

Add natural sage to your decorating plans this year. When your friends see the results, they’ll be green with envy.

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