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Soft Sage: The Subtle Green That Works as a Neutral

If gray or beige isn’t your thing, consider sage green as an alternative neutral. We've got ideas for using this versatile hue in any space.

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Soft Sage Green Color Palette

This delicate green is a great alternative to more typical neutrals, working well with a wide range of decorating styles, accent colors, wood tones and metal finishes. In this kitchen, it complements warm wood shutters and barstools and a green floral wallpaper. Browse through our gallery to see more colors that go with sage green and sage green color palettes for living rooms, bedrooms and more.

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Restful Bedroom

The soft, grayish-green color of sage leaves is an ideal choice when designing a bedroom. In this space, muted green fabric spilling from a valance above the bed creates a soothing backdrop for slumber.

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Photo: Deborah Llewellyn Photography. From: Leah Atkins Design.

A Hint of Color

Soft sage is the perfect solution if you want to add a touch of color to your walls without overpowering the space. In this living room, sage walls enhance the cool color palette without taking attention away from the elegant fireplace.

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Photo: Erin Williamson. From: Sarah Stacey Interior Design.

Cabinet Alternative

If you’re looking for something different than the typical white or gray kitchen cabinets, consider soft sage. The subtle hint of color looks great with wood tones, stainless steel and various types of stone.

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