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Trending: Soft Green

The new colour of interior design

Soft greens are set to take over interior design in 2020. Tones such as sage green maintain a fresh young vibe while looking forward to a new decade ahead. These tones complement recent colour trends such as millennial pink and work amazingly well in trending styles such as Art Deco influenced interiors. 

Sage green is set to be amongst the most popular colours of the decade ahead. Associated with balance and harmony, green tends to be popular with all ages and genders – making the colour easy to use in any home. It also connects with plant life and their increasing usage in modern interior design. 

This green shade is light and fresh, comparable to the vibe of the popular millennial pink. Which is handy, as sage green works perfectly when paired with millennial pink. The same applies to burnt orange too. These warmer tones are the ideal complementary colour and allow homes to be easily filled with colour rather than relying on white walls or monotone surroundings. 

An easy way to bring sage green into the living room is with a smooth, velvet upholstered sofa or simply throw some green cushions onto your existing sofa. In the kitchen or dining room, consider outfitting your table with sage green Heather chairs for a modern chic look. 

Finish off the look with green glass, Art Deco style lighting. The trending Art Deco style is a great way to bring these green tones into a living space. 

To browse a full selection of sage green furniture and accessories, alongside Art Deco picks, visit Cult Furniture

Conway Plastic Bar Stool, Sage Green 75cm £69

Retro Palm Leaf Glass Pendant Light, Green £85

Heather Dining Chair, Velvet Upholstered, Sage Green £109

Plain Large Cushion, Velvet Fabric, Sage Green £25

Marie Low Small Stool, Velvet Upholstered, Sage Green £69

Bonnie 2 Seater Loveseat Sofa, Velvet Upholstered, Sage Green £599

Palmer Round Metal Side Table, Jade Green£69

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