Johnstone's - Kitchen Paint - Natural Sage - Matt Finish - Grease & Stain Resistant - Suitable for Kitchen Walls & Ceilings - Highly Durable - Low Odour - 12m2 Coverage per Litre - 2.5L
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If you’re thinking about investing in a green-themed kitchen, the good news is this colour pick is set to stay on trend for a long time yet. This color, paired with the vintage sink and primitive dining table, give the space a slightly old-fashioned vibe.
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Rooms flooded with natural light, such as garden rooms or east-facing rooms, allow sage green to feel more enlivened and vibrant without overwhelming the space.For something a bit bolder, which suits the transitional nature of hallways, a patterned wallpaper with a base of sage green will bring personality and joy to your entryway.
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Sage green accessories are an excellent choice, harnessing the calming energy inherent ingreenbut anchored with an earthiness and depth not always present in more vivid greens. The shade has a Fifties vibe, so it will look great teamed in a retro kitchen teamed with wooden mid-century-style furniture, pale green crockery, and vintage-look appliances to create a casual but chic heart of the home. Choose from a range of expertly selected colours, inspired by some of the most beautiful periods in British design history.Incredibly versatile, it can be used to create numerous different moods, whether paired with wooden furniture and natural floors for a country feel or with a monochrome palette for a classic, yet contemporary style. Amy Wilson, interior designer at 247 Curtains suggests: “For a mood-boosting take on green interiors, try introducing joyful tones through yellow curtains to give your home a hit of dopamine. If red isn’t your thing, look to bursts of other warm colours such as yellow, pink and purple, taking care to steer your green kitchen away from cooler shades for a more welcoming space.
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Saturated hues produce a deeper, warmer tone whilst softer shades can create a cooler, more neutral finish.Brown continues to be one of the most popular colour trends of this year, and spoiler alert – it is one of the biggest interior paint colour trends of 2024. However, with such a wide range of green shades to choose from, you’ll need to think hard about which tone will best suit your home to avoid an expensive mistake,’ says Anne Haimes, Design Director and Founder of Anne Haimes Interiors.