Trend Alert: Sage Accessories You Need Now
From velvet pillows to watercolor prints, these sage accessories give a pop of the trendy hue without going all out.
We love sage. It’s calming, grounding and the perfect neutral for any room. But if you're not ready to paint all of your walls sage, you can add the hue to your home with small decor swaps. Check out these sage accessories for every room.
For the Walls
You can rock sage on the walls without painting. Add a piece of art or create a monochromatic gallery wall with sage artwork and prints. Artist Basia Stryjecka of Little Valley Studio has a series of abstract watercolor prints that are available online for instant download. You can download this mountain print for less than $6!
BUY IT: Etsy, $5.80
For the Bedroom
Nothing says luxury like velvet, and silvery sage green looks amazing in velvet. Add a touch of posh to your bedroom with these velvet pillows from IKEA. The best part? Each cushion cover is just $9.99.
BUY IT: IKEA, $9.99
For the Bathroom
Votives are a great way to get the spa look at home, and no one does votives like Glassybaby. Each design means something as the votive color represents and benefits different charities or causes. The aptly named Sage votive benefits the Glassybaby White Light Fund.
BUY IT: Glassybaby, $50
For the Table
Our friends at Food Network love the sage trend, too. The network’s kitchen line at Kohl’s features a sage table runner and these woven placemats.
BUY IT: Kohl's, $7.99
For the little ones at the table, set out a Happy Mat. This all-in-one placemat and plate is easy to wash and comes in trendy colors such as sage, steel blue and dusty rose.
BUY IT: ezpz, $19.99
For the Nursery
Sage is a great color for a gender-neutral nursery. It’s also a color that ages well with your little one and can transition from a nursery to a big kid room. If you’re prepping a new nursery, check out the sage green crib wraps and bumpers from Kohl’s.
BUY IT: Kohl's, $21.95
For the Living Room
Persian rugs and kilim pillows are having a moment in design right now. The most popular patterns feature a lot of red and ochre but World Market has a softer, cotton alternative in pale sage. Cotton also means it's easy to spot clean versus expensive professional cleanings for antique rugs.
BUY IT: World Market, $149.99
For the Office
We know we’re getting into the chartreuse territory, but if the greener tints of sage keep showing up on paint chips at the hardware store, then we’re totally counting this chair from World Market as somewhere in the sage family. And what a chair! Where do we start? The mid-mod back? The ultra-luxe velvet? The chic metallic base? If you work from home, treat yourself to this chair.
BUY IT: World Market, $219.99