Powder blue and chocolate brown are often used together on bedding, and both colors go well with sage green. Blue-green tones in natural turquoise or petrol, blue-gray tones or mixed tones of blue and green in a patchwork quilt or floral quilts complement the sage green walls.
VertBrown This green has brown undertones, so you can decide that brown and tan bedding would be a good mix with this bedroom color. Maybe you prefer bedding in different shades of brown and blue. This soothing green wall paint is ideal for a traditional teal floral sweater ensemble with a teal striped bed skirt.The question then is what color are the curtains on the light green walls. Lighter, warmer green walls look cool when paired with white curtains with lavender or orange patterns, but blue patterns work too. Although the additions are the same for both green colors, light warm green is better for dark green curtains, both cool dark teal and dark warm olive green.
Sage green wall paint goes well with many colors, including earthy tones of brown and golden yellow, through to light terracotta and light beige. Other colors that go well with sage green are colors similar to the color wheel but varying in intensity.
Furniture in neutral colors, such as dark sand or camel hair, goes well with green walls and decorations.
- Sage green is the perfect backdrop for warm and cool colors. Try earth tones like terracotta (another great trend for 2018), cream and dark green, or opt for gray, blush and light blue. - Replace the neutral walls with a soft sage green. This shade is soft and inviting and goes well with oak.
Red, yellow, blue, orange, purple and brown go well with the green color. Green also goes well with other shades of green or with shades of red, yellow, blue and brown. Green is a secondary color, a combination of the two main colors blue and yellow.
You can create a neutral or black and white canvas with colors for the wall, floor, and bedding, then add a pop of color with a neon green paint. Paint an accent wall or use green with a neutral shade and paint wide stripes on the bedroom walls.
Use a slightly darker shade of green on the walls without necessarily making it look dramatic. It goes well with dark wood furniture and floors. To even out the colors, use light tones and warm tones like beige and white to create contrast.
All these colors go well with dark green. On the contrary, a dark green and a very light lavender, that is, green and a purple tint. Dark green and butter yellow or light lemon yellow color. Dark green with hints of orange, burnt orange, melon.
Mint green walls brighten the deep emerald green rooms and bold black and white carpet, while the blue coffee table makes things interesting. Colors to match with mint: Emerald, Kelly and Lime Green, Black, White and Blue.
Navy blue, burgundy, autumn yellow.
Neutral. Sage and solid neutrals like canvas, khaki, and gray pair well with many colors. Combine sage walls with neutral furniture, carpets and wood floors, or mix sage with bold pops, including fuchsia.
Choose furniture and accessories in natural tones such as wood brown, sky white and blue to make the room bright and inviting for afternoon reading, summer dinner and the first aperitifs. Mix complementary colors like poppy red and fuchsia to bring it to life.
This combination of sage green foliage and flushed ivory flowers is simply stunning. Sage green also goes perfectly with shades of pink and peach.
Sage green goes beautifully with other calming shades like soft blue and earthy brown. But for a bolder look, try pairing sage with a lighter shade. Here the yellow and black bar stools bring a pop of color to an otherwise neutral kitchen.