What Color Curtains Go With Sage Green Walls?

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Ever wondered what color curtains go with sage green walls? Maybe you’ve recently painted and now you’re stuck deciding on the perfect window treatment/color option to complement your beautiful new paint job.

Well…. fear not! There are actually A LOT of curtain colors that go with sage green walls – similarly, depending on the vibe you are going for, there are a lot of window treatment options to choose from too!  Read on for the ultimate sage green wall window treatment inspiration.

1. Clean Crisp White

Image via @elbgestoeber, small sage green bedroom decorating ideas.

Image via @elbgestoeber

Probably the simplest (and safest!) option is white. It’s clean, crisp and provides a beautiful contrast for your sage green walls. For minimal, Scandi-chic vibes, you can’t go wrong with a pair of bright white light filtering or semi-sheer curtains or shades.

Image via @fru_lykke, green gray walls in modern Scandinavian style kitchen.

Image via @fru_lykke

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

Image via @thelillieway, minimal Scandinavian bedroom, sage green walls, flowing white light filtering curtains and lantern pendant light.

Image via @thelillieway

2. Linen/Beige/Oatmeal/Natural/Off White

Image via Farrow and Ball, feat. paint color ‘Calke Green – No. 34’.

Image via Farrow and Ball, feat. paint color ‘Calke Green – No. 34’.

Natural tones like linen and beige add warmth and texture and look stunning paired against bright white window trim and sheers. Don’t be afraid to layer your window treatments for the ultimate pulled-together look (not to mention added privacy!).

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

Image via @lejonboda, textured sage green wall.

Image via @lejonboda

Image via @clemencerafin, Photography by @giovannicittadinicesi, feat. paint color ‘Mizzle’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via @clemencerafin, Photography by @giovannicittadinicesi, feat. paint color ‘Mizzle’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

Image via @holly.beechener, feat. paint color ‘Normandy Grey’ from Little Greene Paint Company

3. Soft Gray

Too many white or black accents in your sage green space already? Why not opt for soft gray curtains or shades instead? The right shade of gray will complement your green walls rather than compete with them and will subsequently allow your other contrasting accents to shine.

Image via Rukmini Patel Interior Design, feat. paint color ‘Pale Powder’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via Rukmini Patel Interior Design, feat. paint color ‘Pale Powder’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via @lille_utsyn, feat. paint color ‘Green Harmony’ from Jotun Lady

Image via @lille_utsyn, feat. paint color ‘Green Harmony’ from Jotun Lady

4. Charcoal/Dark Gray/Black

Image via @beetrootandblack, feat. paint color ‘Card Room Green’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via @beetrootandblack, feat. paint color ‘Card Room Green’ from Farrow and Ball

For a moodier feel in your sage green room opt for darker hues like charcoal, dark gray and black. Not only will they change the vibe considerably but they’re also better at blocking light (great for late risers, and added privacy).

Image via @oxfordshirenewbuild, feat. paint color ‘Mizzle’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via @oxfordshirenewbuild, feat. paint color ‘Mizzle’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via @vincent_the_house, feat. paint color ‘Card Room Green’ from Farrow and Ball

Image via @vincent_the_house, feat. paint color ‘Card Room Green’ from Farrow and Ball

Image by Lindsey Kay Averill via Apartment Therapy, mint green walls in an eclectic dining room.

Image by Lindsey Kay Averill via Apartment Therapy

Image via @idarosasen, Luxe Mid-Century Modern inspired bedroom.

Image via @idarosasen

Image via @ksejersen_, sage green/green gray wall paint ideas.

Image via @ksejersen_

5. Mustard Yellow

Feeling brave and want to add a pop of bright, bold contrasting color to your sage green room? How about mustard yellow?! Definite Mid-Century Modern vibes if you ask us.

Image via @elayhouse, mustard yellow curtains with light blue green accent wall, Mid-Century modern bed frame and rattan pendant light.

Image via @elayhouse

6. Hunter Green/Emerald Green/Teal

Image via Anna Gillar, Mid-Century Modern inspired home office space.

Image via Anna Gillar

Green on green… yes, it can work! The trick is to opt for a color a few shades darker than what you have on your walls. Colors like Hunter Green, Forest Green, Emerald and even dark teal pair beautifully with soft sage green  walls and really help ground a space to complete a look.

7. Soft Pastel Pink/Peach/Blush

Love pastels? How about pairing your soft sage green walls with peachy pink or blush curtains! They’re fun, feminine and just a bit flirty!

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Any/all paint names for images featured above have been sourced via Instagram (comments/captions/re-shares by paint brands) and blog posts from the images’ respective copyright owners. They should be used as a guide and source of inspiration only. 

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