Create a Tranquil Haven with Sage Green Bedroom Accessories

The Sage Green Aesthetic

I’ve been reading a lot recently about the ‘sage green aesthetic’—have you ever heard the term before? There seems to be an ‘aesthetic’ for just about everything these days, doesn’t there? But sage green interiors are a perennial favourite, and it’s easy to see why. Sage green is such a soft, restful colour. It gives interiors a tranquillity and a peaceful feel, perfect for bringing a touch of biophilic design into the home.

Sage green in an interior space is popular for various reasons.

As I’ve already mentioned, its muted, earthy tones lend a sense of calmness and tranquillity to spaces, which is particularly appealing in today’s fast-paced, digital world. It’s a reflection of the natural world and can evoke feelings of serenity and harmony, making it a popular choice for creating peaceful environments in bedrooms, offices, and other spaces.

And when it comes to trends, sage green never seems to go out of fashion. It is considered a timeless colour. Depending on what it’s paired with, it can be both traditional and understated and sleek and modern, making it a favourite with designers and homeowners alike.

From my perspective, sage green is such a versatile shade. It’s a true neutral that pairs well with so many other colours, allowing for endless possibilities. I love it!

Create a Tranquil Haven with Sage Green

sage green bedroom accessories
Photo credit: Piglet In Bed

Using sage green in the bedroom is a surefire way to create a peaceful, relaxing haven—perfect for promoting restful sleep.

Use it on the walls, carpet the floor in it, or bring it into the mix with sage green bedlinen or soft furnishings.

Or — you can even use sage green bedroom accessories to create that sage green aesthetic that everyone’s talking about right now.

Sage Green Bedroom Accessories

Here’s a round-up of the loveliest sage green bedroom accessories to grace your home with.

Sage Green Bedroom Accessories
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Above, clockwise from left to right: 9146 Majestic Forest rug, Louis De Poortere | Wilton Royal, Charter Berber Deluxe in Mint Leaf, Abingdon Flooring | Bodyclock Luxe in Sage, Lumie | Zara Handmade Block Print Cotton Quilt, Huddle Collection | Large Hand Block frilled cotton cushion – Jennie in Green, Huddle Collection | Saroma Green Table Lamp, Fab Home | Richmond Bedside Table, Matte Sage Green, Daals | Jasper Herringbone Throw in Sage, Fab Home | Danish Pastel Aesthetic Matisse Print, Amazon

If you don’t want to go the whole hog with sage green walls or carpet, you can keep a neutral wall and floor covering but go big with the soft furnishings. Curtains or cushions are a brilliant way of injecting a little bit of colour without going for a full-on colour drench.

And — remember — sage is such a chameleonic colour: from the palest yellow toned sage to bold, blue green. You’re sure to find a shade that suits you.

Sage green bedroom accessories
Photo credit: Hillarys Blinds

Equally, a statement rug might be enough to bring a hit of sage into your space without being too overpowering.

Or add a pop of colour with a statement piece of furniture.

Brands such as Mustard Made and Bisely are leading the way with a fantastic range of colourful industrial-style lockers and cabinets. A perfect fusion of function and fashion.

The Midi in Sage — Photo credit: Mustard Made.

What Colour Goes With Sage Green?

Sage green is incredibly versatile when used in interiors. It acts as a true neutral, effortlessly complementing a wide range of other colours.

Here are some colour combinations that harmonise beautifully with sage green. Cover either the colour on the left or the right of the sage green shade in the middle to observe how well they pair together.

Cool Colours

  • Navy blue: Deep dark navy and dark blue shades can create a classic and elegant combination.
  • Grey: Cool grey provides a modern and sophisticated contrast to sage green.
Colours that go best with sage green — cool tones.
Photo Credit: The Listed Home.

Neutral Shades

  • Beige: Tan or warm beige can create a soft and sophisticated look when paired with sage green.
  • White: Fresh white complements sage green and will add a fresh and airy feel.
Colours that go best with sage green — neutral shades.
Photo Credit: The Listed Home.

Earth Colours

  • Terracotta: This warm, reddish-brown colour complements sage green and adds warmth to the palette. Pantone’s Marsala is the perfect terracotta shade.
  • Rich browns: Earthy chocolate or soft taupe shades can create a natural and grounded look when combined with sage green.
Colours that go best with sage green — earthy tones.
Photo Credit: The Listed Home.

Pastel Colours

  • Powder blue: Create a serene and tranquil feeling with soft, muted blues.
  • Soft pink: Delicate shell pink is a perfect match with sage green.
Colours that go best with sage green — soft pastels.
Photo Credit: The Listed Home.

Contrasting Shades

  • Mustard yellow: This bold shade adds a pop of colour and complements the muted, neutral tones of sage green.
  • Peach, coral, or raspberry pink: Warm tones contrast so well with sage, creating a vibrant and energetic look.
Colours that go best with sage green — contrasting colours.
Photo Credit: The Listed Home.

Experiment with different shades and combinations to find the one that suits your style and decor.

If you’re keen to try out the sage green aesthetic in your own home and want to bring in a little peace and tranquility, these sage green bedroom accessories are a great starting point.

Sage green bedroom accessories
Photo credit: Linwood
Caro Davies editor of The Listed Home
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Caro Davies is a former art-director turned writer and content-creator, and editor behind UK lifestyle blog The Listed Home. She writes about home-related topics, from interiors and DIY to food and craft. The Listed Home has been featured in various publications, including Ideal Home, Grazia, and Homes & Antiques magazines.

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