Sage green is one of the year’s hottest colors. It’s so versatile that it looks great paired with practically any shade of wood, or natural stone. Seriously — you could even make a yellow and sage green kitchen wall and it would be fabulous!
Read on to see for yourself how awesome sage green tile can be in our favorite room of the house — the kitchen. We have 18 of the best kitchen remodels using the newest color, green tiles.
Charming Sage Green Kitchen Wall Ideas
Here are our top picks for kitchen designs featuring sage green elements and sage green tile ideas.
1. Light Sage Green Kitchen Walls
Here we have a stunning open-concept kitchen with sage green kitchen walls. The designers cleverly used elongated sage green ceramic tile ideas to cover the walls. Paired with other muted shades of green this look is both eclectic and modern.
2. Sage Green And Gray Kitchen
3. A Full Sage Green Kitchen
How perfect is this sage green kitchen nook? You may not have thought of using sage green to do a full kitchen but the idea is unique. A full sage green kitchen brings a natural element into the space that’s very endearing. Imagine having a morning cup of coffee in this inviting spot – just amazing!
4. Sage Green And White Kitchen
Sage green and white kitchens are not a thing, but they should be. I mean, who wouldn’t love to come down to breakfast in this kitchen? This shade is on the lighter side making the white appear even more crisp and vivid.
5. Traditional Kitchen With Sage Green Backsplash
Subway tile, bordered cabinets, and soft tones bring this kitchen into a new era. The hanging lantern lights and full island are simple which is ideal for the soft sage green kitchen backsplash. Sage green can be dressed up or down depending on your taste. Remember – personal style doesn’t have to be sacrificed when using this intriguing shade.
6. Modern Sage Green Kitchen
A modern kitchen can be anything you want it to be, so why not go with sage? It is lovely in this space. The marble wall tiles and walnut floors bring an earthiness that’s hard to ignore.
7. Sage Green Kitchen Backsplash
This bright and sunny kitchen has a beautiful sage green backsplash tile. The subway tile design is a very popular choice because of its classic and easily recognizable layout. The designers of this kitchen did an awesome job of pairing the tiles with a speckled counter and a dark wooden floor for contrast. Using both dark and light shades in a room like this adds dimension, so consider using this tip.
8. Sage Green Kitchen Tiles
Here is another example of an open-concept kitchen that uses sage green subway tile. This kitchen has more of a modern farmhouse feel so it has wood-look floor tiles to add warmth. This combination is super cozy. It gives off comfort and looks like many lovely memories will be made here.
9. Sage Green Kitchen Cabinets With White Countertops
If you love the color sage then this transitional kitchen with sage green cabinets and white countertops will be a winning combination. The island of this l-shaped room is also sage green with a white benchtop that complements the border and completes the look. We can’t get enough of the calming energy from this kitchen.
10. Sage Green Fluted Marble Kitchen Walls
This sage kitchen is one of our favorites. The green veining on this green-fluted tile is nothing short of luxurious. You can do something simple like sage green kitchen walls with gray cabinets or you can opt for some opulence. Green marble wall tiles will never go out of style.
11. Sage Green Kitchen With Oak Cabinets
The amount of natural light in this kitchen is incredible, but we are also blown away by the strategic use of sage green. You can easily pull off a sage green kitchen with oak kitchen cabinets if you also add other neutral shades like white.
12. Sage Green Kitchen Walls With Wood Cabinets
Wood cabinets are highly underrated if you ask us. They just aren’t being used in kitchen designs at the rate of previous decades. The combination of sage green and wood just speaks to a traditional style that’s familiar and enjoyable.
13. Patterned Sage Green Kitchen Tile
It’s amazing how much can be done with simple subway tiles. This design takes the classic silhouette and makes a fun pivot to a herringbone tile pattern to mix things up.
14. Sage Green And Black Kitchen
This kitchen puts a different spin on things and uses black soapstone countertops to highlight the sage-green cabinets that extend up the walls. Adding brass hardware and terracotta tiles on the floors gives this kitchen a warm vibe. If the brass hardware wasn’t glam enough then surely the vintage brass light fixtures put things over the top. We approve of this sage green and black kitchen aesthetic.
15. Sage Green Tile With Green Kitchen Walls
This transitional kitchen is yet another example of using sage green kitchen tile and sage green paint on the walls. There are no rules against maximizing a cherished color – you can double up on the shade which adds a monochromatic touch.
16. White Cabinets With Sage Green Walls
This kitchen is just spectacular. Between the lighting and the exquisite sage green kitchen tile, we have nothing but good things to say. The sage green painted walls are a perfect match for bright white kitchen cabinets, checkerboard floor tiles, and we love the extension of the green on the kitchen island.
17. Sage Green Mosaic Backsplash
A solid sage green kitchen backsplash is not the only option. This kitchen features a green squared mosaic tile that has a multidimensional look, similar to green zellige wall tiles. This sage green kitchen tile certainly adds a bit of visual depth to an otherwise simple space.
18. An Industrial Sage Green Kitchen With Sage Green Cabinets
Last on this list is this fabulous industrial-style inset kitchen with sage green wall cabinets. Farmhouse and traditional kitchens are not the only styles that can be done in sage. Take a look at how sleek this space is with warm sage and pops of red.
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