Sage green is a timeless hue that gently brings in a hint of the outdoors. It is a colour that looks at home in any sized living space, from large and luxurious to succinctly compact. This versatile shade can be used to colour sophisticated spaces that have a hint of tradition or equally to imbue fresh modern vibes. In this collection of five inspirational home interiors, we look at how a cohesive colour palette of sage green can achieve a calming flow throughout modern residences. We’ll see how the shade works just as well in bathrooms and bedrooms as it does in main living areas, and how to achieve the right balance with white and wood tone elements.
Visualizer: Mai Trang Nguyen
Entering the living room of our first sage green home interior, we’re met with a unique, colour perforated feature wall design. The spots of colour complement a sage green small sofa down in front.
A small racetrack coffee table drops a weighty black note into the centre of the sage green and white lounge scheme, which helps to balance out the black wall mounted TV screen.
The legs of the dining table flaunt a stark black finish too, carrying the dark accent all the way through the open plan living space. A modern dining pendant light adds another touch of black above.
Two white dining chairs lightly balance a pair of sage green counterparts. A green and white kitchen installation continues the colour contrast.
A green upholstered bed dominates the master bedroom design, stretching out in front of another colour perforated feature wall treatment.
In our next home design, the lounge area is almost free from green accents, except for indoor plants and a solitary scatter cushion.
A sage green focal wall is centred in the open plan layout, where it colours the main dining area.
A column of shelving takes the green accent over to the kitchen, next to a small breakfast bar. A plethora of indoor plants colour a ceiling-mounted shelving unit above the bar.
Wood slatted panels build room dividers and an attractive ceiling runner that marks the hallway of the home.
A set of wood slats are applied to the glazed walls of the home office to increase privacy. Inside the home workspace, a tufted leather sofa defines a comfortable lounge area, whilst the desk is tucked away at the back. A change in colour palette gives the workspace definition from the rest of the home.
The soothing sage green palette is reintroduced in the master dressing room. A runner rug and modern wall art make a subtle splash, and a matching green stool is teamed with the vanity table.
Heavy black and grey elements are combined with sage green accents in our third home interior, resulting in a moody, sophisticated aesthetic.
A custom-built green shelving unit frames the lounge area, whilst dark wood grain wall panelling defines the dining nook. A modern linear suspension light adds a luxe glimmer of gold.
Hallway storage receives an industrial concrete effect finish, with an inset of warming wood tone.
Wood herringbone flooring flows seamlessly from the living area into the bedroom.
A wood platform bed is matched with a fashionably wood slatted headboard wall.
Visualizer: DUDES architects
In Novaya Borovaya, Minsk, this 61.5 square metre apartment features a welcoming sage green and wood tone decor scheme.
A jute rug lays down a complementary natural touch.
A well stocked bookcase adds an overlay of assorted colours onto a green living room wall.
Wood panelling brings attractive texture to the home entryway.
Wood base units are joined by pale grey upper cabinets in the kitchen. See more ideas for grey kitchens.
The bedroom is an atmospheric design with mixed wood tones and deep charcoal textiles.
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Visualizer: Volume Visual
This apartment in Kraków was designed for a young business woman, who requested a bright and spacious interior with lots of green details. An open concept living room fulfils the brief, with a display of indoor plants and a bold green kitchen. Anchoring black accents come in the form of a central coffee table, monochrome art, and a striking swing arm wall lamp.
The dining area is placed by the living room window where it basks under an influx of sunlight.
A tan sofa makes warm contrast with the neighbouring green kitchen design.
Wood flooring naturally compliments the living greenery in the room.
Green wall shelves and matching storage cabinets colour the dining area.
Beside the green kitchen, green glass bricks build a matching feature wall.
A gunmetal grey sink and faucet drop dark notes into the green kitchen design.
The bedroom boldly communicates modern tropical vibes with a rich wood panelled headboard wall and uplifting green accents. Green pillows brighten a grey bed set, whilst green bedside table lamps match modern bedside units.
The bedroom and living room are connected via an open doorway, which gives the home a free-flowing feel.
A green bathtub and vanity unit give the bathroom a unique aesthetic.
A vertical garden wall provides a lush green view.
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