Published on December 28, 2015

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Paint the walls of your living room with the soft hue and wait for the compliments to pour in.

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Paint only your kitchen hutch instead of every cabinet for a unique look.

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White shelving perfectly compliments the green hue and makes stacking pastel accessories all the more fun.

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The color effortlessly blends into a home with modern decor. 

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Frame sage green prints to add color to your walls.

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This velvet number is no doubt going to creep into your dreams tonight.

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Though the bright turquoise and pink shades clash with this particular shade of green, it works.

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Further proof that muted colors can act as a neutral in any room.

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The easiest way to add an accent of sage green is by finding just the right pillow.

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If painting all of your cabinets feels like too much, make your island the center of attention.

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You won’t regret choosing a printed wallpaper over painting a solid color—we promise. 

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Bring the color out when you’re hosting guests—just make sure to accessorize further with the prettiest leaved branches.

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Have a serious love for sage green? Paint the exterior of your house with the color.

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Go bold and paint your walls and cabinet different shades of sage green to add dimension to your monochrome green palette. 

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Accessorize your neutral countertop or vanity with a colored candle.

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Pair a sage green pillow with a blush or tangerine-colored couch to create a chic color palette.

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Pair this neutral green with a punch of color, like this burgundy bedding.

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Painting the front door is perfect for a cottage or beach house. Bonus points for painting the window panes and shutters!

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Welcome guests into your home with this soft shade of green.

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The tranquil shade is perfect for your tiny (or spacious!) bathroom.

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The possibilities of incorporating this color into your kitchen are endless.

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The white tiling, mixed shades of silver, exquisite lighting, and unique sink are making sage green look like an excellent candidate for any bathroom wall.

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We couldn’t imagine a more serene backsplash for your kitchen.

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If you’re not ready to commit to an entire wall, opt for a matte shade on your freestanding tub.

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Allow your cabinets to function as a neutral in your kitchen and bring tons of fun, bright colors into your dining area.

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Proof that sage green can be incorporated into a rustic space.

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Bring the color into your bedroom with a comfy duvet. 

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We can’t imagine a more perfect hallway. The intricately designed, white crown molding paired with gold accents and a marble, side tabletop will make your climb to the top floor of your home a breeze.

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We love how the color looks against a light wash, natural wood finish.

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Make the focal point of the room your sage green statement wall.

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Painting your kitchen cabinets adds a mellow pop of color.

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If you love the hue, make your kitchen a monochrome sage green haven.

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Incorporate the color into your kitchen as an accent color by finding kitchen accessories like towels and glasses.

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Something about pairing sage green with leather just feels so right.

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There seems to be a never ending amount of sage green bathroom inspo.

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