Sage is the newest addition to the mustard locker family. With nine beautiful colours there's so many combinations to play with.
You could go for a row of different coloured Skinnies or a pair of mismatched Shorty bedsides. Add some baskets in a different colour or maybe these ideas will get you dreaming up a new wall colour to compliment your locker!
Here's a few of our favourite ways to mix + match sage...
We have ombre pinks and blues so we have been so excited to add an ombre green option fading from the darker Olive to Sage and into White. This works really beautifully with a line up of three skinnies adding a freshness while remaining subtle and sticking to a reduced palette.
Bring in the shades of the sea by mixing Sage with Ocean and Navy. Picture Ocean blue walls, a Sage locker and Navy baskets. Coastal vibes are all about layering and texture so add in plenty of natural fabrics and put those beach-finds on display!
This is such a joyful palette! Pink and green has to be one of the most instagrammable colour trends. Keep the walls bright white, mix in lots of fresh plants and soft textures like velvet cushions or fluffy throws will create a pretty, happiness inducing space!
Slate is such a great base that is lifted here by the Sage and Ocean. If colour is a little intimidating why not pick a slate locker then add baskets in Sage and Ocean to bring it to life when you open the doors or pop them on top or under the locker for a more subtle way to add to your scheme.
With the addition of Sage we now have three pastel hues in our range and look gorgeous all together. Of course, pretty pastels aren't just for kids rooms. Whether you use them as the colour 'pop' in the room or go full on colour all over these shades work so well together.
One of our favourite ways to add a bold punch of colour to a room is a line up of different coloured Skinnies! Whether you're using them as a wardrobe, toy storage, a lockable home office or in the hallway for well, all the things that pile up, you can create a colourful statement look. These three are our favourite four way combinations but if you get stuck and want to see the colours for yourself you can always get yourself some colour swatches
to play with in real life! It's the easiest way to make sure the colour work for you in your space.
So, there you have a bunch of ideas for mixing sage with our range whatever your style. Which is your favourite combination?