Modern and cozy country house in Belarus
Sage green: a 2018 top trend
If Pinterest predicts it right, mint-green is soon to live its Golden Age
Sage tones and metallic reflections featured in Cannavacciuolo Cafè & Bistrot in Novara, Italy. Design by Draga Obradovic
White and beige colours, you would better watch out: sage is coming! At least according to Pinterest 100 trend predictions for 2018, which is made by gathering search and save patterns and customer behaviour over the previous year. So hear, hear: sage green is soon to be on a roll.
Read also → I 6 trend di home decor 2018 secondo Pinterest
There has been a 170% increase in saves for “sage” decor, and no wonder that such greyish green tone is getting ever so popular: soft, delicate, easy to decorate, it is neither boring nor predictable.
That is why it has been christened “the new neutral”.
Compared to other green nuances, sage is less restrictive and turns into an ideal pick when it comes to wallpapers, old furniture to restore or sofa and armchair upholstery. Not being especially dark, it also a great suit for small and poorly lit environments.
Many bedroom layouts can demonstrate the way the colour blends smoothly with any other decor feature, including wood, steel finishes or coloured fabrics.
Sage green goes easily hand in hand with every types of furniture, whether minimalist and contemporary (a total-white habitat might be enriched by a sage color hue so to give a personal yet still neutral touch to the room) or instead radiating some vintage and retro feel.
A great match with natural material palettes, sage green is also fond of hazardous chromatic configurations, especially if involving warmer metals like copper and brass.
Sage works fine both in the bedroom and kitchen, not to mention the living area or the entrance, where it provides the best background to plenty of ornamental plants. For the most jungalow of all styles!
Interior Decoration collection
Mauritius luxury hideout by Kelly Hoppen MBE: a mix of design details and natural colours
Masquespacio signs two student halls in Barcelona