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The Colour Sage: 5 Ways to Get the Look

by Milly

Reinvigorate your home with the colour of the moment – Sage. Taking its cue from nature, this earthy colour palette is both subtle and refreshing. Here are five ways to work the colour into your home.

1. Go Wild

via HousetoHome

Take a leaf out of Ideal Home magazine and team a sage coloured wall with a statement leaf print. For paints we like Vert de Terre from Farrow & Ball or Mellow Sage from Crown.

via Vibeke Design

If you’re not ready to put your painting overalls on, create a similar look by teaming botanical prints with green antique jam jars and wild foliage.

2. Add a Dash of Sage

Featuring Vogue Illustrations

To add a subtle infusion of Sage in your home pick a key piece of furniture and paint it green. Here we’ve paired an upcycled vintage dresser with a collection of illustrated Vogue covers to make a fashionable feature.

3. Create a Gallery Wall

L: via HousetoHome R: Spring Dreaming by Ellen Giggenbach

For a refreshingly modern look, create a gallery wall of mix-and-match prints on a Sage backdrop. Stick to pastel prints to avoid colour overkill and complete the look with an eclectic mix of patterned accessories. Try roddy&ginger for colourful hand screen-printed cushions.

For more tips on how to arrange your prints check out our Six Simple Steps To Create The Perfect Gallery Wall.

4. Go Retro

T is for Table by Ladybird Books’

There is something inherently nostalgic about the colour Sage. And if there’s one illustrator who knew how to work the colour it was G. Robinson – the man behind the iconic Ladybird ABC and 123. Our collection of Vintage Ladybird prints beautifully colour match these originals and make a beautiful statement for an fan of mid-century cool.

5. Contrast with Monochrome

L: via April & May R: All is Pretty – Andy Warhol

We adore this look created by stylist Krakvik D’Orazio. A fusion of layered green tones, lifted by beautiful monochrome accents. Explore our monochrome art prints, or get this look with a Warhol Stockholm poster complete with a natural ash box frame. The overall effect? A cool, calm interior.


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