Brace yourself, white and beige: There's a new neutral coming to town. According to the 100 list, which is the website's prediction of trends that are going to be huge in 2018 based on what people are pinning, sage is about the have a serious moment.
There's been a 170% increase in saves for "sage" decor — and it's easy to see why. This greyish green hue is a soft, muted color that's easy to decorate with, but doesn't veer into boring or predictable territory, hence why it's being dubbed a new neutral.
This bedroom proves that the color blends seamlessly with just about anything, including wood, metallic finishes, and distressed fabric.
Sage is also the perfect pop of color in a mid-century modern room, as proven by this living room full of neutral furnishings and stark colors.
It's also stunning on kitchen cabinets. We love how this cooking space paired the color with clean, white subway tile, to help it shine and take center stage. Bonus points for decorating with trendy eucalyptus leaves.
And this lake house bathroom, designed by Bill Ingram, just goes to show that sage can be used on the walls and the ceiling.
If you want to test out this color in your own home, without painting all your walls, this soft throw blanket is a stunning first step.
Another option: a vintage-style chest that'll bring character into your home.
But if you want something that's a bit less safe, move away from sage and try one of these other shades of green that are more striking and vibrant.