The hallway is arguably one of the most important transitional spaces to get right in a home, and people are obsessing, quite rightfully over sage green hallway ideas.
The popularity of sage green has no signs of slowing down in interiors, this well balanced, restful and restorative colour is the perfect shade for a transitional space that’s welcoming and inviting in equal measure.
Plus, it pairs so well with neutral and bolder shades so you can make a lasting impact that’s unique to your home decor. So, let’s get the latest fix with these 15 sage green hallway ideas.
15 Sage Green Hallway Ideas For A Welcoming Space
1.Sage Green & Rustic Styling
Sage green is a very natural, tranquil shade in a colour scheme, as such if you want to create a modern rustic interior with a nod to the natural world, pairing with rustic accessories will create an ultra stylish yet relaxed interior.
Add a jute or natural sisal stair runner for some welcome warmth and comfort. Rattan light fixtures, baskets and decor accessories will tie the space together.
2. A Sweet Colour Combination
If you thought pastel pink and grey were a good combination, look again. There’s a sweeter colour combo on the block and it looks a little bit like baby pink and sage green.
This sugary sweet combo provides a light, feminine aesthetic in a hallway, but admittedly, it’s not for everyone!
If you choose this colour scheme, use one as the more dominant shade in the space to avoid sensory overload.
3. Sage Green Door
Keep your sage green hallway wonderfully simplistic yet statement making by adding the introduction of sage green with your front door.
It sets the tone for what is to come inside and creates a bold, contrasting look against the white walls. It keeps the space bright and airy yet introduces some much needed colour and depth to the hallway.
4. Sage Green & Stripes
A sage green hallway with a difference. What’s not to love about this eclectic look?
The bold sage green detail has been used on the areas that matter most to pull the room together – cornicing, skirting & architraves, doors and in the bench area. This sets boundary within the space which is then offset with beautiful, vertical stripes to give the illusion of more space.
Add rattan details for a laidback, almost whimsical look in the hallway – natural details like this always help to soften the space.
5. Half Wall Paneling
Adding half wall paneling to a hallway is one of the best ways to instantly add depth and character to a space. It’s relatively easy to do yourself and is an affordable way to update your walls.
Paint the lower half in sage green and contrast with a softer neutral or a bright white for a crisp and clean contrast.
6. Add Definition With Black
Sage green is one of those shades that is super versatile, it looks great in both traditional and modern spaces, and it pairs beautifully with a myriad of shades.
If you’re looking to bring a touch of modernity or definition into the space, introduce some defining black details as this will help to ground the space. Add structured frames for uniformity and paint doors black for a grounding effect in the space.
7. Create A Crisp Contrast With White & Sage Green
You don’t need to reinvent the wheel when working with sage green in an interior. Pairing this cool and collected shade with bright white creates an invigorating contrast that maintains a light and airy presence in a hallway.
Use bright white to contrast with areas like bannisters, or use in certain areas to give a bigger illusion of space, such as on a ceiling, or above half wall panelling.
8. Traditional Stripes
Carpeted stairs are an absolute must for me in a space, they need to combine function and aesthetics perfectly – and being suitable for heavy traffic certainly is a must feature when sourcing carpet for stairs.
Step away from neutral carpets and instead look for something with a gentle ticker stripe like this sage green carpet, it brings traditional formality to the stairs and gives the illusion of more space.
9. Layering With Green
Go all in with your sage green hallway with an abundance of green. Being confident and layering with a shade is the best way to create intense visual interest and depth in an interior.
Mix differing shades of green from more softer tones to darker, defining tones to really cocoon the space. Think about walls, skirting, architraves, doors and decor details on display.
10. Colour Block Painting
You can still enjoy the similar look of half wall panelling by colour blocking the wall. My top tip when painting two shades next to each other, is that when you tape the section, always brush some white over first before going in with the colour, this will create a really crisp and neat line.
11. Playful Sage Green Wallpaper
Wallpaper is having a moment, and we will see a lot more interior styling with wallpaper over the coming years. If you don’t want to use too much in a space, pairing above half wall panelling is a charming way to use it.
It brings a sense of playfulness with it, just remember to pair the colours as best as possible to create that cohesive feeling throughout a hallway that you need for a good interior flow.
12. Monochrome Gallery Wall
Ascending hallway wall decor is one of my favourite ways to pivot a staircase space. Use this space to create a truly unique gallery wall.
Pairing black and white prints in a sage green hallway creates a defined contrast, whilst bringing a touch of modernity with it. Play with different scale prints and frames for greater visual interest.
13. Neutral Tones
Sage green is the perfect pairing for other neutral shades. Pair with creams, beiges and browns for a muted, pared back colour scheme.
Introduce a bold accent for a defining accent such as black or brass, add in a few well placed areas to pull the hallway together.
14. Sage Green & Brown For A Natural Look
Natural brown touches are a perfect addition to a sage green hallway for a natural, rustic interior.
Introduce brown tones through furniture, decor accessories and faux foliage like pampas grass.
15. Sage Green Hallway Furniture
Finally, it’s not all about what’s on your walls. Introduce sage green into your hallway with some beautiful, solid furniture. A sage green console table with oak top is perfect for rustic, farmhouse and country style interiors.
Pair with a sage green front door for a continuation of the colour as you step through the door.
Which of these sage green hallway ideas is your favourite?
Before You Go…
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