Let’s chat about Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter today.
It’s been a while since I did a paint color review over here.
The last one was on Benjamin Moore’s Manchester Tan.
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter
I’m SO glad you guys are finding these posts on interior wall paint colors helpful.
I got a lot of great feedback on my recent post on Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace.
So, today I thought I’d feature another popular neutral wall paint color – Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter.
Even though many people are moving away from gray paints lately (in favor of warmer beiges), Revere Pewter is a true beige/gray blend (greige) and therefore will have staying power for years to come.
If you’re in the market for a pale gray color with warm undertones, this could be the one!
Revere Pewter In Natural Light Vs. Artificial Light
I found these old photos on my phone which both feature Revere Pewter on the walls in our former home.
While the vignette here makes me cringe – these two photos are a great example of how different a color can appear in natural light and in artificial light.
I can’t stress enough how much light (or lack of it) can alter the look of any color.
Revere Pewter: A Great Paint Color For Any Room In Your House
As you can see, Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter looked great in this small sitting room.
I would happily use this color again.
This paint works equally great in bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms – anywhere really.
Revere Pewter HC-172 is part of Benjamin Moore’s Historical Color Collection
If it seems like many of the colors I talk about are Historical Colors, you’re right!
Just like Putnam Ivory, these are all tried and true paint colors which have stood the test of time.
What colors work best with Revere Pewter?
If you’re wondering what color works best with this versatile greige (grayish beige) paint color, my personal favorite is Benjamin Moore’s White Dove.
This is the color we have on the trim in the photos above.
Because this color works as a neutral, you can really pair it with almost any color.
A few additional favorites include:
Benjamin Moore’s Simply White
Most black paint colors, especially the black trim colors mentioned here.
Swiss Coffee also looks great.
Ultimately you need to love the paint colors you choose for your walls.
Because, as you can see from my photos above – even the surrounding light from one room to another can differ.
This change in light will dramatically alter the look of any paint color.
Live with a few samples for a few days before making your final decision.
Always be sure to test the color in natural and artificial light too!
My favorite way to test out a paint color is to get these large self sticking paint samples.
Doesn’t this sound so clever?
No messy paint cans to deal with before you commit! Win/win!
If you’re at all curious, you can find them here and try it out as a sample in your home first.
Hopefully, you found this post helpful.
If you do end up using Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter in your home, let me know!
Even better, send me a photo – I’d love to see it.
If you have any other questions, please shoot me an email or leave it in the comments below.
As always, I’ll be more than happy to answer them.
Which reminds me… I’ve already answered a popular inquiry on the best white paint colors to use for trim and baseboards, (just in case your wondering:)
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