, December 16th , 2017.
Sage color, for a muted, earthy feel try out a shade of sage in the bedroom. It's relaxing enough to be comfortable and can have a bit of a masculine feel as well. Using a complementary palette creates a soothing environment. If your primary colors in a room are shades of medium green, sage accessories can lighten the room without creating a strong focal point. Sage blends well with white or pale yellow as well as other grey-green colors. Consider sage bed sheets and a soft floral bedspread with sage-green leaves to add sage to the bedroom. In modern rooms, there are almost always metal objects. In bedrooms, lamps, jewelry boxes, furniture legs, drawer pulls and even televisions have a metallic trim. When working with sage, focus on silver-metallic items where possible, for the best fit. Add a sage lampshade to your pewter side-table lamps and sconces.
Paint walls lavender-gray and install low bedside tables in high-gloss white, black or wood. Hang large abstract canvases in shades of purple and lavender as the focal point in the room. Add a silver-gray rug or carpet. Embellish the room with groupings of two or three metallic accessories or one large sculpture. Enhance the art by focusing light directly on it. Add two rectangular accent pillows for clean, straight lines. Use furniture with straight lines and keep clutter to a minimum in this space. If we look back, we'll see that purple is the color of royalty. Cleopatra's favorite color was purple and numerous other personalities fancies this shade. Purple has remained very popular and nowadays it's one of the first choices in interior design.
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