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Wonderful Sage Green Living Room Ideas: Contemporary Living Room With Terra Cotta And Sage Green Wall Plus White Fur Rug And Cream Color Sofa ~ frashii.com Living Room Inspiration

Fantastic Contemporary Living Room Designs

Wonderful Sage Green Living Room Ideas: Contemporary Living Room With Terra Cotta And Sage Green Wall Plus White Fur Rug And Cream Color Sofa ~ frashii.com Living Room Inspiration

Kitchen-living space | Victorian semi detached | House Tour | PHOTO GALLERY | Style at Home | House to home

Victorian semi in Berkshire

Kitchen-living space | Victorian semi detached | House Tour | PHOTO GALLERY | Style at Home | House to home

There is something about green walls that makes you feel refreshed and energized. This shade, in particular, is so calming yet, stylish. It's also a more appealing hue than the yellow-green color...

10 Rooms That Will Make You Want Sage Green Walls (Bloglovin' — The Edit)

There is something about green walls that makes you feel refreshed and energized. This shade, in particular, is so calming yet, stylish. It's also a more appealing hue than the yellow-green color...

Trend Spotting: The New Hues for the Bedroom

Trend Spotting: The New Hues for the Bedroom

Walls painted in Lamp Room Grey by Farrow & Ball, painted black mid century chair, Habitat floor lamp, faux flowers from Abigail Ahern, painted fireplace. Interior Design by Imperfect Interiors

Favourite colour (so far!) for lounge walls. Card Room Green by Farrow & Ball. This colour is named after the study-like rooms much favoured in the Victorian period and is unapologetic in its masculine feel. It really comes alive when contrasted with a warm neutral like Fawn or Stony Ground, as used in Victorian homes, but feels more powerful and contemporary when used with no contrasts at all. Dark Tones Undercoat.

Favourite colour (so far!) for lounge walls. Card Room Green by Farrow & Ball. This colour is named after the study-like rooms much favoured in the Victorian period and is unapologetic in its masculine feel. It really comes alive when contrasted with a warm neutral like Fawn or Stony Ground, as used in Victorian homes, but feels more powerful and contemporary when used with no contrasts at all. Dark Tones Undercoat.

For dynamic results, blend the colours from our natural surroundings by combining enlivening greens with robust neutrals.  Featuring Moss Blanket and Field Mouse by Dulux.

For dynamic results, blend the colours from our natural surroundings by combining enlivening greens with robust neutrals. Featuring Moss Blanket and Field Mouse by Dulux.

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