If you’re ever on Pinterest looking for decorating ideas, then you’ve probably come across Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter. It’s a very popular color- and for good reason- it’s beautiful!
Revere Pewter coordinating paint colors
So why did I choose Revere Pewter?
Answer: I wanted a paint color that looks amazing in every room! I have an open floor plan and rooms with varying amounts of natural light. With my very tall ceilings, I had to get it right on the 1st shot. Revere Pewter definitely fit the bill!
Here it is in my first floor:
Revere Pewter in the living room- with not much natural light
Revere Pewter in the dining room
Revere Pewter in the kitchen – with lots of natural light!
Next I chose a palette for the rest of the house that coordinated beautifully with Revere Pewter. These colors look amazing on the walls and I wholeheartedly recommend them to you:
Here is why I love these colors:
BM Chelsea Gray: Benjamin Moore ‘Chelsea Gray’ and Revere Pewter have the same tone, and they look fantastic together. Sometimes the swatch for Chelsea Gray comes across green-ish on a computer screen, but on my walls it strikes me more as a slate blue.
Here it is in our hallway:
If you’re looking for an accent color for your Revere Pewter room this is it! Here it is to accent our fireplace:
Chelsea Gray and Revere Pewter together. Love!
SW Comfort Gray: Sherwin Williams ‘Comfort Gray’ is a great choice for those who want to add a bit of color to your walls, but yet remain neutral. I love that it is a mixture of blue, green and gray.
Here it is in my master bedroom:
Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray
SW Veiled Violet: This paint is the perfect balance of violet and gray for a girl’s bedroom- or, really, any room you wish.
Sherwin Williams ‘Veiled Violet’ in Nina’s bedroom
It looks amazing with gold:
Veiled Violet is the perfect balance of gray and violet.
My daughter has my old french provincial bedroom set. I considered painting it white, but it looks so classy with violet paint, that I decided to keep it as is.
SW Repose Gray: This is a cool gray and it stays gray once it’s on the wall. It looks gorgeous transitioning from the Chelsea Gray hallway:
Sherwin William ‘Repose Gray’ bathroom
Since I’ve gotten a lot of questions about what paint colors I chose for my house- I made this pin for future reference :)
I hope you found this useful!