Sage is all the rage. We've seriously seen the color pop up everywhere lately, and it's no wonder, especially given that many paint companies named green the color of the year for 2022.
Sage looks beautiful in all rooms of the home—we're seeing it quite frequently in kitchens these days, for example. But if you're feeling a bit stumped as to what colors to pair with this beautiful hue, we've got you covered.
Read on for 10 colors that look lovely in conjunction with sage, whether your style leans cool and calm or you can't resist a bit of a bold moment.
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Sage + Pink
Think pink! Why not pair sage green with a playful rose-colored paint? While this may seem like a go-to color combo for a nursery or child's bedroom, it can also shine in another area of the home, as we see in this instance. Add some pep to your kitchen or dining space with a setup like this one, which will make mealtime with the family feel extra cheerful.Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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Sage + White
Sage green and white is a classic combo that will add cozy, cottage-style charm to your home. It's easy to implement in any room—and in a number of ways. For example, you could simply choose to leave the door frame white, as we see in this space, or you could add white beadboard, board and batten, or molding to your walls to invite contrast and architectural flair, too.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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Sage + Orange
Don't shy away from orange and green—it makes a great combo for a beach house or tropical-themed space. Bring some pizzazz to your sleep space by adding orange pillows and a corresponding bedskirt if you're looking for some color. Keeping the walls sage will still ensure that your bedroom is nice and soothing as you unwind from the day.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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Sage + Gray
Here, a bed featuring a mix of sage and gray pops against an exposed brick wall. There are many shades of gray that one can choose to pair with sage; you really can't go wrong whether you opt for something dark, light, or in between.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Sage + Blue
This beautiful patterned wallpaper adds whimsy to a bathroom and includes sage along with blue and shades of pink. Don't hesitate to combine sage with these colors; after all, any nature-inspired design needs to feature some green.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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Sage + Red
A large red dining bench reminds us of a chic diner setup. This color makes a splash against sage green wallpaper. Green and red can truly look ultra-sophisticated when combined—by no means is this color pairing just for the holiday season. So don't be shy, go for the bold.Continue to 7 of 10 below.
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Sage + Wood Tones
If you have wooden furniture pieces, note that they look beautiful paired with sage accents. Whether your style leans traditional or mid-century modern, this combo is a no-fail. Here, a sage bedspread shines in this calming bedroom and proves that by no means do you need to paint or otherwise cover your walls to enjoy the color.
Other ways to add a pop of sage into your space could be by adding an area rug, incorporating some sage green throw pillows, or hanging an abstract canvas featuring shades of sage.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Sage + Cream
Don't forget to bring this fantastic color outside. After all, sage looks stunning when it comes to exteriors, too. This home has sage paneling that is accompanied by cream detailing that borders on beige.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Sage + Brown
Trust us when we say that brown isn't blah when used correctly. Here, dark sage and moody brown accent pieces make this bedroom resemble a cabin-like getaway worth curling up and spending some time in, particularly on chilly days. Touches of terracotta red tie the space together and add warmth and play nicely with the two other dominant colors.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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Sage + Black
Touches of sage green in these bathroom floor tiles are beautiful on their own but also look lovely paired with black accent pieces. Not all bathrooms need to be filled with extremely muted colors, after all. Why not go a little modern?