Anyone can agree that whether you own or rent your home, designing a bathroom that is aesthetically pleasing is key. After all, both you and guests will use this space, and given that the bathroom is a place in which you start and end every day, it's worth decorating it so that it reflects your style. If you're interested in committing to a color scheme but are overwhelmed by the number of options available, let us put sage green on your radar.
Sage is such a serene color, it's no wonder that it's a commonly used hue in the bathroom. Who doesn't want this space to feel nice and spa-like, after all? If you're considering adding some color to one of the bathrooms in your home but don't know where to begin, we're here to assist. The 21 sage bathrooms below will certainly inspire you, whether you're looking to get creative with tile or simply upgrade your to day accessories. Either way, get ready to embrace this calming color in your home ASAP!
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Sage green shower tiles shine in this contemporary bathroom. The wall is also painted a very light sage, which serve as excellent inspiration for those hoping to go a more subtle route.Continue to 2 of 21 below.
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Go Matchy Matchy
If you're already painting the walls a beautiful deep sage, why not opt to coat the cabinets in the same color? This sage really pops alongside gold accents like the mirror, sconces, and hardware present throughout the space. Taking down the medicine cabinet and replacing it with an oversized, stylish mirror that complements your aesthetic is also an excellent decision—here, a large brass mirror is the perfect finishing touch.Continue to 3 of 21 below.
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Try a Twist on Subway Tile
Sage subway tile stuns in this charming bathroom. Even if you opt to leave the walls in a room white, tile is a great way to experiment with vibrant hues and will instantly elevate any space.Continue to 4 of 21 below.
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Embrace Vintage Vibes
A very light sage adds charm to this bathroom—and would you look at the gorgeous clawfoot tub? If you're going for a vintage look, lighter sage is always a winning option.Continue to 5 of 21 below.
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Green looks lovely when paired with neutrals, and we're loving how much of a statement this sage green bathroom wall makes alongside black and white checkered flooring. How sophisticated!Continue to 6 of 21 below.
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Mix and Match Shades of Sage
Try using different shades of sage together in this same space. This bathroom also features a dreamy clawfoot tub in a darker sage, while lighter sage is used on the cabinets. Talk about the best of both worlds.Continue to 7 of 21 below.
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Or Engage in Some Pattern Play
Mix and match patterns for a bit of an eclectic look. Opt for plain wall tiles but then choose printed flooring, for example. This setup shines in the loo shown here.Continue to 8 of 21 below.
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Install Board and Batten
We often see board and batten in living and dining spaces, but it looks pretty fantastic in the bathroom, too. Rather than leaving yours plain white, why not paint it sage? This wall adds elegance to the bathroom and helps designate a mini seating zone.Continue to 9 of 21 below.
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Get a Little Rustic
How cute is this rustic chic sage bathroom? Just add a small stool, some greenery, and a few candlesticks for an ultra charming setup that will really make you want to spend time indulging in some pampering.Continue to 10 of 21 below.
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Add Artful Floor Tiles
Board and batten looks beautiful once again in this sage bathroom. Patterned floor tiles add an artful touch to the space and really pop against the cheerful hue.Continue to 11 of 21 below.
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Try a Bit of Colorblocking
Who doesn't love a bit of colorblock? If you can't quite imagine painting your entire wall sage, you can opt for a fun combo like this one. It's all about compromise!Continue to 12 of 21 below.
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Have Fun With Accessories
Even if you're not able to do much to your existing bathroom, you can invoke touches of sage in the form of accessories. For example, switch out your bath towels and bathmat, display some sage green containers that you can use to store cosmetics and shower essentials, and hang some sage green wall art.Continue to 13 of 21 below.
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Pair Sage With Wood
Sage tiles once again make a statement in this bathroom and look pretty darn good alongside the wood wall trim, if you ask us.Continue to 14 of 21 below.
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Make it Modern
This contemporary sage bathroom is nice and simple, proving just how versatile the color sage can be. Whether your style leans rustic, modern farmhouse, or somewhere in between, there's no reason not to use this beautiful shade of green.Continue to 15 of 21 below.
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Try Sage and Mushroom
Small sage green details make an appearance on this fun floor tile, which complements the mushroom vanity perfectly. Sage and mushroom make for a fantastic combo when designing a space rooted in earth tones.Continue to 16 of 21 below.
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Let a Petite Powder Room Sing
This pretty sage powder room is just darling and proves that one doesn't need a substantially sized bathroom to have fun with color.Continue to 17 of 21 below.
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Or Make a Loud Statement in the Primary Bath
Don't be afraid to pair sage with a color completely on the opposite end of the spectrum, like red. A bold red runner adds sophistication to this luxurious bathroom that features a statement-making sage wall.Continue to 18 of 21 below.
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Have Fun With Herringbone
Have fun with your tile patterns—and consider pairing tiles with wallpaper, if you wish! This light sage tile, arranged in a herringbone pattern, is so chic and adds drama to this stylish bathroom.Continue to 19 of 21 below.
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Try This Take on an Accent Wall
If you love an accent wall, try this bathroom appropriate take on one in the form of an intricate tile design. As always, sage is a no-fail choice.Continue to 20 of 21 below.
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Let Your Tile Talk
Sweet sage steals the show in the form of another gorgeous herringbone design in this powder bath.Continue to 21 of 21 below.
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A dark sage in the shower complements a wooden vanity and overall contemporary looking setup in this airy bathroom. Once again, gold hardware shines in this green space.