Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter paint is a team player in paint circles.
Do you know that feeling when you see a photo of yourself and your like, “That is not what I look like?” Well, that’s the same reaction I had when I uploaded house photos.
“My family room doesn’t look like that? Oh yes, it does, Laura. Oh, yes it does. And, I remembered the power of paint.
REVERE PEWTER PAINT
I spent months on Pinterest to narrow down my decision on the paint color for our home’s interior.
Here is our family room before Revere Pewter. It was 2005.
I love the Revere Pewter paint by Benjamin Moore, on the family room walls. Revere Pewter is a neutral paint color that shows off the furniture and decor.
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Before our main floor remodel I painted the nook above the fireplace Hale Navy and loved the contrast against the Revere Pewter paint on the walls.
The Revere Pewter paint is carried throughout most of the house.
Our home is an open main level so you can catch glimpse of the Revere Pewter on most walls.
Revere Pewter works well in an open floor plan. It is the neutral backdrop rather than the show stopper (like Hale Navy).
This paint color literally works like a canvas. You can put anything in front of it and it becomes the showstopper of the room.
To keep the space flowing from room to room I painted the kitchen the same color. Shadows and sunsets do not darken the space. It just softens the room and the lighting works well with Revere Pewter.
Years later, through DIY projects and the main floor remodel Revere Pewter stands the test of time for interior paint. Are there other greys out there? Absolutely, but this is a color that is so close to so many that I have never wanted to repaint the interior walls.
Here is my favorite navy paint color. Over a year, I slowly added Hale Navy to a bedroom, home office and dining room.
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