Confession: I have a new kitchen colour crush. Sage kitchens, to be exact. Yes, green kitchens have been on my radar a while with the popularity of dark, rich, emerald tones taking over from the even-more-popular navy blue designs we’ve all seen on Instagram, BUT I can’t get enough of the soft, sultry and all-too-sophisticated sage tones. Especially sage green kitchens.
You may have spotted that pastels have been causing quite the stir in interiors, with pale pinks now a go-to neutral while powder blues and lilacs appear alongside crisp black silhouettes for a cool look. So sage green kitchens? Maybe it’s because we’re all craving a bit of the outdoors indoors. Or maybe because this tone of green has a somewhat timeless appeal. Sage looks great in a classic kitchen scheme, a more modern space and works as an all-over colour as well as an accent. What’s not to love?
So here are some of the many sage green kitchens I’ve spotted and saved recently…
Symphony’s New England kitchen units and drawers collection in the Gallery range brings together classic craftsmanship with subtle detailing that also radiates warmth and effortless style. From £7,489. How inviting does that look?
With a slightly brighter hue, this sage green Linear kitchen from Harvey Jones, from £20,000, brings a more modern look to this palette. The knurled black bar handles add that cool edge, don’t you think? More gorgeous sage green kitchens
Wall panelling in the kitchen painted in a lovely sage green? Yes please. Darker units have been contrasted against the more traditional style panelling with wall lights and a table lamp from Pooky adding a stylish flourish. Pick wall light, £99, Elsa table lamp, £116 with 26cm tall tapered shade, £42.
Add a fresh note to your kitchen with this light sage green style from Pronorm. The matt lacquered handleless doors on the wall have a grey-green tone which works well with the coordinating white to keep it all looking bright and clean. Pronorm kitchens start at £18,000.
Sage green kitchens can look super chic with a cool vibe too. Take this Life Kitchens design as case and point. With black-framed shelving and brass accents, Life Kitchens’ Vivid kitchen makes this colour glam. From £25,000.
Love a traditional kitchen? Sage green is the colour for you. This kitchen, in an 18th century Rectory, was designed by Christopher Peters and is finished in Farrow & Ball Lichen with a honed Nero Assoluto granite work surface.
So versatile is sage green that it works all over and in smaller doses. Add an accent shade to your neutral cabinetry with a colourful range cooker like this one from Rangemaster. Elise 90cm Dual Fuel in new Mineral Green finish, £2,999. Even more dreamy designs
Style up your sage green kitchen with on-trend black, brass and glass kitchenware. Brass adds warmth, black keeps it contemporary and glass in green ties it all together. All from the Habitat cookshop, available at Habitat, Sainsbury’s and Argos.
Now I can just imagine a bright spring or summer day in this lovely kitchen with the doors flung open and it feeling nice and fresh, can’t you? It’s Mereway Kitchens‘ Town & Country Bridgewater shown in Prosecco and Dark Sage. Nice.
Lastly, this kitchen by Mowlem & Co oozes sophistication. Sage green kitchen – check, elegant brass handles – check, glazed cabinets – check, a pendant I’d like in my own house – check.
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