2018 Trend: Sage Green Bathrooms


Jenna Sue Design


Elizabeth Lawson Design / photo: Raquel Langworthy

We have been reading all year about sage green becoming a big color trend. For many, this earthy shade is a memory of the 90’s, but this year soft muted green is showing us that it can feel fresh and modern. It pairs well with many colors, works within lots of styles, and looks good with a mix of metals, making it a perfect new neutral. We showed you how beautiful sage looks in the kitchen in 2018 Trend: Sage Green Cabinetry. today we are sharing how refreshing it feels in the bathroom. It adds a pop of color while creating spa-like vibe to your space. To keep sage green feeling fresh, pair it with crisp white and black, rich metals, and clean lines.


Caroline Kilmartin / photo: Dusty Lu

Brass and sage look beautiful together. The clean lines of the brass mirror and fixtures make the pairing feel modern.


Sarah Sherman Samuel / photo: Tessa Neustadt

This beautiful wall of hand-crafted sage tile adds color and texture to this clean modern space in Mandy Moore’s home. One of my favorite hand-fired tile companies is Fireclay Tile. See how I used it in my Villa Bonita project.


Blackband Design

The warmth of the wood shows through the gray stain to create a beautiful gray-green sage color. This is such a pretty way to get the hue in a way that feels organic and natural.


Megan Bachmann Interiors / photo: Vivian Johnson

This green floor tile is a beautiful mix of muted and vibrant shades of green. It grounds the space with a fresh earthy vibe. The black metal frame mirror, white industrial sconce, and blond wood vanity work with the green to make it feel perfectly on point.


Salt Box Collective

Not ready to commit to green tile or walls? Add pretty sage accessories to soften a black and white bathroom.


Heidi Callier Design

This space is not actually a bathroom but the combination of rich muted green cabinetry, black hex tile, natural wood and beautiful textiles would make a perfect bathroom design. For more sage green cabinetry inspo, read here.


This is a color that we think we will continue to see more of into the next year. Can’t wait. If green is a color you love, make sure you also read 2018 Color Update: Green in the Kitchen and save our Green Paint Guide to your Pinterest boards for reference.

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