Citron, a kind of citrusy-yellow, is a combination of yellow-orange and yellow-green. Slate, a subtly variegated stone color, is blue and blue plus purple, or blue-violet. Put them together, and instead of mud, you get sage.
In this way, is sage green warm or cool?
Sage green is neutral, calming and can flow nicely with nearly any design style including the most popular at the moment: Farmhouse and Mid Century Modern. Sage varies in lightness and saturation. It can be earthy and warm or cool and silvery, so go as neutral or bold as you'd like.
One may also ask, what color is light sage?
Light Sage. Light Sage is a light, subdued, tender green with a grassy undertone. It is a perfect paint color for a nature-inspired living space. Pair it with white or off-white trim for a happy décor.
What does the color sage mean?
Sage green is an earthy grayish-green color like that of the culinary herb which has woody stems and grayish leaves. The word sage is defined as a profoundly wise person—someone who is venerated for his wisdom, judgment, and experience. Sage green is, thus, a color that can express wisdom.
Does sage green go with gray?
Neutrals. Sage and common neutrals such as canvas, khaki and gray work well with many colors. Coordinate sage walls with neutral-colored furniture, carpeting and wood flooring, or mix sage with bold splashes of color including fuchsia.