Sage green is a fascinating hue. It’s not grey or green. It’s sage green, a muted gray green color that acts neutral but is way more interesting.  We love it as a new alternative for neutrals because of its versatility: it works excellent with a wide range of decorating styles, accent colors, wood tones and metal finishes. Generally we combine it with French classic lines but recently we used it on more modern pieces inspired by the early xx century and the result was amazing! To warme its cool tones we used gilded carvings and little metal accents in brass.

We love use sage green to furnishing living rooms, because it lends the look a wonderfully warm, welcoming feel.

Despite the specific name “sage,” the hues that are contained within this category are many. Sage greens varies in lightness and saturation, but we think that with the right combination all sage green hues are stylish and stunning. A deeper sage green looks wonderfully rich when combined with furnishings and accents on the darker end of the color spectrum: burnt orange, black, and deep gold. Here’s an example!

 

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