One of the most popular gray paint colors world wide; Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is described by Benjamin Moore’s website as “A light gray with warm undertones, this classic shade creates a unifying look that calms and restores. A great transitional color, it’s perfect for an open floor plan.”
What is so great about Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter’s particular shade of gray?
This paint color has a good depth, with light to medium reflective qualities, it is the perfect gray if you are looking for that griege to gray, warm yellow toned gray look (stay away from this color if a fresh and crisp gray is what you are after).
Sometimes described as a murky or muddy gray, this color is the perfect gray for a more relaxed, organic, welcoming and calming space. It’s a great solution for those who feel gray is too cold.
With White and Black
This entrance observes the minimal color and clean lines rule and shows off how great Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter looks when combined with white and black. It is a great color to add to a black and white space to give an added dimension without compromise. The white floors are Porto Beige limestone with Flannel Liner and Dot.
Love the black and white photographs, mirrored chest and antique chair by the front door.
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter with Yellow
Johns Creek, Georgia based interior designer J. Hirsch combines Revere Pewter paint colored walls with warm browns, beige and yellow tones. The yellow curtains and yellow floor rug really helps bring out the warm yellow tones incorporated in this gray paint, it gives this traditional living space a vintage feel.
A traditional vintage charm with sepia tones combining Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter with warm wood tones and yellow.
Revere Pewter walls look great with ceilings and trim in Benjamin Moore’s White Chocolate 2149-70.
Los Angeles based architect Tim Barber also combines this shade of gray walls successfully with yellow. Love the diagonal structure of the gallery wall, white shag carpet, brown sofa and yellow chairs. Revere Pewter decidedly takes on a darker, more imposing shade of gray in this transitional living room.
Revere Pewter with Pink
Minneapolis, Minnesota based interior designer Martha O’Hara seamlessly combines walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter with ceiling and trim in Benjamin Moore’s White Dove and hot pink, glamorous accents. So here we can see the versatility of Revere Pewter to move from a masculine space as seen in some of the other living spaces to a fresh and glamorous feminine space when in combination with white and pink.
Revere Pewter takes a lighter, more reflective incarnation in this space.
Love the pink and white print drapes and pillows, damask gray and white rug and glam zebra striped chair.
The warm timber floors helps bring out Revere Pewter’s warmer tones.
Revere Pewter and White Dove
This soft gray with beige undertones is the perfect complement to most white marbles, such as Calacatta. This elegant bathroom is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter HC-172 with the cabinets painted in Benjamin Moore’s White Dove OC-17. bathroom design by San Francisco based Scavullo Design Interiors.
Other Great Spaces Painted in Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter
An entrance that combines warm gray walls with great lighting, hardwood floors and warm inviting furniture by S. B. Long Interiors.
The chartreuse armchairs and red rug bring out the murky green tones in Revere Pewter, walls and trim are painted in White Dove. By Rasmussen/Su Architects.
Traditional dining room with white and gray striped chair, wooden floorboards, and large chandelier. Amanda Carol Interiors.
Love the chandeliers and green center pieces.
Revere Pewter walls with molding and ceiling in Deep in Thought. Love the noticeable large piece of canvas, the blues in it helps to cool down this gray paint. Leverone Design, Inc.
Love the contrast between the beige drapes and the white of the rug and chairs.
John K. Anderson Design creates a wonderful greige transitional kitchen/dining/living area with cabinetry color in Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter in a Satin finish. The Island is Benjamin Moore Down Pipe also Satin.
Loving the lights and the detailed crown molding in this kitchen.
Chicago, Illinois based Interior designer Michael Abrams creates this masculine living space combining Revere Pewter walls with Vanilla Milkshake for the ceiling and trim and furnishings and accents in dark wood and black tones. Love the grand piano and two large floor mirrors flanking the fireplace and the sisal floor covering bound in leather that pops off the espresso floor.
A transitional living/dining room with walls painted in Revere Pewter HC-172 Paint with great balance, lovely clean furnishings, in this image you can see the more murky nature of Revere Pewter coming through, creating a more intimate space.