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Once upon a time, we lived in a creaky old Victorian with an earthy, sage green living room. This room went through so many different styles, colors and furniture arrangements while we lived at this house, but we sold it exactly like this, couch, sectional, and floor lamp included in the sale!
Our grey modular sectional was the ultimate lounge spot for a cozy Netflix binge. When I decided to paint the walls green, I added lots of neutrals with the accent chair, throw pillows and shag rug.
The wood floor, vintage chairs and TV stand really warmed everything up in the room! Most of the artwork was thrifted along with the vintage chairs and the brass tray top coffee table.
Behr actually discontinued this paint color! It was called Minted Sage. I found out after a reader went and tried to have it made. Fern leaf feels like a very close second. Tip: I always recommend splurging on better paint. We use the Behr Marquee formula every single time! Head to this post for more paint colors and tips.
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I really loved this green living room! It had a totally different feel than the rest of the house. The combination of earthy neutrals was so comfortable. It made you want to cuddle up on the sofa and watch a movie.