Here at Pfeiffer Design, it’s our business to keep our finger on the pulse of the hottest interiors and lifestyle trends, as well as knowing how to integrate them into our work and lives. We’ve noticed a growing trend for warm, neutral tones throughout 2020, culminating in a sage green explosion in the last quarter of this unusual year.
Sage green has been cropping up everywhere, from wool jumpers, blankets and cushions, to bathroom flooring, tiling and upholstery. You only need to go on Pinterest to realise that paint colours like Farrow & Ball’s Vert de Terre and Little Greene’s Sage Green and Normandy Grey are everywhere at the moment.
Does this mean a return to the infamous avocado suite? Not necessarily. The modern way to incorporate sage green into your home is to keep it simple, don’t overdo it. Adding in warm timber finishes can really help ground a sage green scheme, and prevent it from feeling too wishy washy . Consider pairing sage green with a range of neutral tones, such as beige, cream and warm terracotta and rose hues to keep it feeling grounded, earthy and fresh.
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