By Mahalia

Soft and Earthy with Sage Green & Blush

By Mahalia, a one on one colouring studio located in Peregian Beach, a small coastal town on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. Salon owner Mahalia has created a timeless, tranquil and earthy space that feels like a peaceful oasis. With a touch of blush to add a hint of femininity, the space exudes a calmness that clients can relax in.

Mahalia’s salon boasts statement pieces that perfectly complement the soft and earthy ambiance of the space. From the standalone arch mirrors to the entrance curtains that fall gracefully from the ceiling, every detail has been thoughtfully considered to create a warm and inviting atmosphere for clients. Blush tiles add a subtle hint of femininity to the space, while the sage green furniture pieces create a soothing and tranquil environment that encourages relaxation.

The salon is furnished with Comfortel’s Dawn Salon Chair in Sage Green with matching salon stools and their Hazel Wash Lounge in black. The combination of soft greens and dark tones create a soothing, earthy atmosphere that complements the salon’s design perfectly.

Working with Comfortel was a smooth, fast and professional experience. The team provided lots of product information and were honest with all questions. The quality of Comfortel’s furniture is second to none, especially their basins, which Mahalia receives compliments on daily.

Tips to designing a Soft and Chic Salon with Sage Green and Blush Accents

  • Choose a dominant colour: Pick either sage green or blush as the main colour and use the other as an accent throughout the space.
  • Use neutral colours: Complement sage green and blush with neutral colours like white, beige, or light Gray. 
  • Balance is key: Since both colours are strong, it’s important to balance them. Use more of the neutral colour to create balance.
  • Add greenery & floral arrangements: Plants can add a pop of colour and complement sage green. Add plants in blush-coloured pots to tie in the accent colour.
  • Mix textures: Adding different textures can create depth and interest. 
  • Incorporate statement pieces: Unique pieces like standalone arch mirrors or textured curtains can add personality and a focal point to the space.

Salon:  By Mahalia,  Peregian Beach   @bymahalia_

Salon Furniture: Comfortel Salon Furniture www.comfortel.com.au 

Photographer:  Florence Lemyer    https://www.florencelemyre.com