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12 Lush Kitchen Colour Schemes Sage Green (2023 Trending)

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Lush Kitchen Colour Schemes Sage Green

A classic colour choice, sage green has always been a popular shade for kitchens and remains on trend for 2023. Creating a calm and inviting space (which is further enhanced when paired with other colours), sage green is a stylish choice, but it can be challenging to achieve a balanced end result. So, with that in mind, we’ve put together 12 lush kitchen colour schemes to help you perfect the sage green trend.

Why is Sage Green so Popular? (2023)

Sage green is a popular colour choice for kitchen design in 2023 due to its calming and natural association, versatility, and timeless appeal. It creates a soothing, cohesive look that’s particularly well-suited to rustic and farmhouse-style kitchens.

 

It remains on trend thanks to its ability to create a relaxing, inviting space and its timeless, classic style, making it a great investment for any kitchen design. In a world that’s as chaotic and frenetic as it is, it’s no wonder that the calming hues of sage green are so popular at the moment.

12 Sage Green Kitchen Colour Schemes

1. Sage Green and White

Sage Green and White

When it comes to what colours go with sage green in a kitchen, you can’t go wrong with white. This classic colour combination creates a clean and crisp look in your kitchen. Use white countertops, cabinets and walls, and add sage green accents through the use of a backsplash, curtains and small appliances. Alternatively, make sage green the main focus with green cabinets but keep everything else fresh and airy with white tones.

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2. Sage Green and Grey Kitchen

Sage Green and Grey Kitchen

Grey and sage green are a match made in heaven. The cool grey tones complement the earthy green shades perfectly, creating a serene and stylish kitchen. Light sage green kitchen walls would look striking when combined with a deep, slate grey cabinet.

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3. Sage Green and Silver

Sage Green and Silver

A contemporary and sophisticated palette, pairing silver with sage cupboards or wall paint in a kitchen offers an unusual twist on a neutral colour scheme. It’s easy to create a cohesive, balanced space with these two shades but the added touch of metallic from the silver provides a touch of additional elegance.

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4. Sage and Black Kitchen

Try combining sage green kitchen walls with black cabinets for a more dramatic style. Using dark kitchen cupboards or worktops, particularly in black, will allow the green to stand out, providing more depth. This bold look is ideal for those wanting a more modern way of introducing sage green kitchen paint colours into the space.

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5. Sage Green and Yellow

Sage Green and Yellow

Add a pop of colour to your kitchen with a sage green and yellow colour scheme. The zesty yellow will bring a cheerful and sunny feel to the space, while the green will ensure it remains balanced. We’d recommend sticking to a pale, pastel yellow for larger surface areas such as walls and adding pops of deeper, sunshine tones to accessories for dimension.

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6. Sage Green and Blue

Sage Green and Blue

For a coastal vibe, combine sage green with blue hues. This colour scheme is perfect for a beachy or nautical-themed kitchen. You could consider using green kitchen tiles, as shown here, for added texture but sage green kitchen paint will be just as effective in creating a contrast in colour. Implementing white countertops will break the tones up, adding a touch of brightness.

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7. Sage Green and Pink

Sage Green and Pink

Sage green and pink may not be an obvious choice of colour scheme, but this unlikely combo can be surprisingly effective. The soft pink tones bring a feminine, romantic touch to your kitchen with the green adding an elegance that helps neutralise the warmth brought about by the pink.

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8. Sage Green and Purple

Sage Green and Purple

For a more unexpected colour scheme, pair sage green with shades of purple. This combination will create a unique and visually-interesting kitchen. For a more understated take on this look, opt for lilac accessories, such as floral displays. You could even spray paint your bar stools to add a pop of colour (like in the image shown above).

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9. Sage Green and Gold

Sage Green and Gold

When used together, a sage green and gold colour palette can help to elevate the look of the kitchen and add a touch of sophistication. The earthy tones of sage green are complemented by the warmth and richness of gold, creating a harmonious and visually-enticing look. 

 

A modern alternative to gold would be to create a sage green and copper kitchen. The additional warmth that copper provides makes for a pleasing contrast when put next to the cool green.

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10. Sage Green and Cream Kitchen

Sage Green and Cream Kitchen

A timeless colour pairing, cream and sage help to balance each other out. The muted tones of the green can feel quite cool with the cream adding much needed warmth that leaves the space feeling warm, inviting and cosy. 

 

If you like the idea of using sage but don’t want to commit to green cupboards, then opt for a cream kitchen and use sage green on the walls instead.

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11. Sage Green and Brown

For a warm and cosy kitchen, pair sage green with shades of brown. This colour scheme is perfect for a rustic or traditional-style kitchen. You might want to think about introducing brown paint into your kitchen, or even brown cabinets, as making use of wood within the kitchen space will help to introduce texture as well as colour.

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12. Sage Green and Navy

Sage Green and Navy

If you want to add a touch of modern sophistication to your sage green kitchen, then try combining it with navy blue. Navy elevates a space, taking it to a more elegant place, whilst at the same time adding a sense of depth that feels perfectly balanced when paired with sage green.

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Conclusion

As you can see from our list, sage green has a wonderful versatility to it. It works beautifully with a whole variety of shades to create a calm, balanced space.  


Whatever you’re looking for; from a clean, modern look to a rustic farmhouse vice, or even something a little more unique, there’s a sage colour scheme that’s simply perfect for you!


So, sit back and pick the palette that takes your fancy, so that you can get started on creating the beautiful and relaxing kitchen space you’ve always dreamt of.

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