Pair sage green with white and cream shades and pale wooden touches. A feeling of a farmhouse will be created by light wood floors, sage units and white workshops. Purple. Purple appears on the color wheel nearly directly opposite the sage green, rendering the two a pair of high contrast. Using plum or eggplant in a dining room or a bedroom for a dramatic look. Pair sage green in a bathroom with lavender and lighter purple shades for a relaxing effect. Sage (color) Sage is a grey-green like dried leaves of sage. It is an equal mix of tertiary colors citron and slate as a quaternary shade (both confusingly known to different sources as olive).
In small spaces, a better choice, yellow will make rooms look bigger and brighter, and matches well with white and gray accents. Green is also a smart kitchen shade to use. There are many different shades to choose from, including mint and apple green, beautifully pairing with white and wood accents. A warm sage green, like browns and ochers, goes well with earth tones. It's silent and soothing. This medium cool sage has a barely-there feeling around an earthy bath. A more vivid hue than the darker version is a very light dry sage. A dark red, such as Venetian red or terra cotta, is the sage green's complementary color and provides an Italy-like atmosphere. Purple, orange and blue are almost opposite to sage green and work as good additional colors as well.
If you have trouble finding the perfect hue, you can play it safely by choosing shades that designers and most homeowners favor. The common paint colors are black, gold, orange, brown, green, blue and gray, both for walls and as decorations. White kitchen cabinets are still highly popular in 2019. Why do white cabinets love people? Okay, it's new, elegant, and it helps to brighten up and open up a space that might seem gloomy otherwise. It's also a feature that matches well with many popular styles, including kitchen designs for the farmhouse. Sage greens are very neutral because they are light, muted colors. Sage greens do make great color pops, too, because they can be warm or cool, perfectly contrasting within a room to attract attention.
If you want an accent shade that co-ordinatesbeautifully with light green, choose a matching purple hue. Different colours on the color wheel are two shades directly opposite each other. For contrast light blue, go for a darker hue such as purple, lavender, fuchsia, magenta and orange. White, blue, yellow, red, green, and orange are all popular colors in the kitchen, but there are many ways these shades can be modernized. In a cooking room, Blue has always been a good shade to use. Lighter blues have an etheric aspect that reminds people of the ocean and atmosphere. Complementary colors, such as red and green and red-purple and yellow-green, are any two colors that are directly opposite each other. The illustration above shows several yellow-green variations in the leaves and several red-purple variations in the orchid.