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            Sage Green Kitchen Ideas

            Fresh and muted, sage green kitchen ideas draw upon soft, botanical shades found in the natural world to create a cooking space that feels neutral, nurturing, and inviting. Typically associated with traditional rooms, sage green kitchens have a crafted and premium appeal echoed by framed designs, and also work well in modern setups when looking to improve wellbeing in the home. With examples from customer homes and tips from our expert designers, these sage green kitchen designs will entice any homeowner to adopt this leafy hue in their home.

            • 1. Sure up with shaker

              A staple in traditional schemes,framed fronts are a prime partner for soft green.This creates a country style, like @prosecco_and_petals's home.

            • 2. Tailor with in-frame

              To take a heritage theme further, consider the added border of in-frame. Surrounding door and drawer fronts, this design adds stately appeal to sage.
            • 3. Go green and grain

              Take inspiration from nature by extending this leafy hue with a grained finish. The textured surface adds detail to soft-green schemes in a subtle way.
            • 4. Pick period pattern

              For a period decor, follow @thelittlehousethatboobuilt's lead,and opt for an Elmbridge front, the beaded border paying homage to the past.
            • 5. Herald Halesworth

              Achieve a classic look for less using Halesworth. Its realistic woodgrain and soft, sage hue look more premium than the price tag.
            • 6. Harness handleless

              Step away from humdrum, consider handleless with this botanical tone. The pared-back design of handle-free is complemented by soothing, sage-green.
            • 7. Personalise paintable

              Green has the widest variety of shades, go custom-made, like @jacquelinegif, with paintable fronts. for a truly bespoke effect.
            • 8. Select solid timber

              The lush look of a green scheme deserves premium appeal. Solid timber designs, like Chilcomb, make this sage hue sophisticated and sustainable.
            • 9. Dual-tone design

              While green is here for the heyday, this verdant hue pairs well with other shades for a less intrusive look. Pair with cupboards of cream for longevity in a home.
            • 10. Work on walls

              Look beyond cabinetry to inject light-green tints to a space like @moandthejungle. Wall panels are also easy to repaint when sage shades become jaded.

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