Yes, we’re still not over sage green. But who doesn’t love this earthy hue? It’s the ideal shade for creating a relaxing scheme with a timeless feel.
Lately, it’s become everyone’s colour crush, from picking green cabinetry to refreshing bathrooms with striking tiles. And now, I seriously want a sage green bedroom. So, if you’ve been looking for ways to make this shade of green work in your scheme, I’ve got just what you need. Get ready for sage green bedroom inspo overload, from simply adding a subtle pop of colour through bed linen to going all-out and dressing your walls in this dreamy tone.
Screenshot button ready? Let’s take a look at how you can revive your scheme…
Sage green bedroom ideas
The bed is often the focal point of a room, so choose one to liven it up a bit. Be it in a pale sage green shade that complements your neutral backdrop, or one that easily stands-out. The latest designs come in many fabrics, from upholstered to velvet, in many shapes and sizes so you are set to find one that perfectly fits your bedroom.
Sage green bedding
A quick and easy update, bed linen in earthy tones will instantly bring a fresh touch to your scheme. Plus, linen is the go-to material for all year-round as it keeps you cool during summer, and warm on those cold winter nights. Get that effortlessly chic look with a sage green bedroom set – no need to iron it either, bonus.
Sage green for bedroom walls
Show your walls some love with nature-inspired coverings. I personally love Benjamin Moore‘s Colour Of The Year for 2022, October Mist (love the name, too!). It helps create that grounding feeling in your bedroom and works well with most colour palettes, from pale pastels like plastered pink to bright and sunny yellows or aqua blues.
Update your bedroom scheme just in time for spring with a fresh coat of paint or boldly patterned wallpaper in sage green shades – yes, please! A sage green bedroom is so on-trend.
No, they’re definitely not dated – fitted wardrobes have made a stylish comeback. The best bit? These space-savers can be painted in any shade and you can choose the door fronts which best fit your style, from slick and modern to classic and elegant. Take a look at my guide to fitted wardrobes here.
Create the perfect work from home spot in your bedroom
Hands up, are you still working from home? Well, then you might need a designated home office spot. So if you’ve got a plain corner in your bedroom, pop a compact desk there. This will maximise the space you have available and also create a nook where you can do your work in peace and quiet.
How to mix sage green with other shades
From sage green and olive to moss and mint green, you can play with all these shades to create the ideal relaxing bedroom – so lush. Go for a darker tone on your walls and keep the decor on the brighter side, or choose a single colour for a cocooning feeling – painted ceiling included.
So grab your colour palettes and remember to have fun when designing your scheme.