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Paint Colour Review: Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter HC 172

Posted on February 15, 2021 by KylieMawdsley

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter – One of the BEST warm gray paint colours!

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If there’s one gray paint colour that was popular EVEN BEFORE gray was on the scene, it has to be Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter. Why? Let’s find out…

Best warm gray paint colour, Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter review by Kylie M Interiors Edesign. Online paint colour advice and diy decorating blog and consulting

What type of paint colour is Revere Pewter? Is it warm or cool?

Revere Pewter is a GORGEOUS, warm gray. It’s really close to the light-medium range with regard to depth, but in the right light, can act as a light depth paint colour. However, it has some tricky undertones and special nuances that you need to be aware of (which we’ll get into shortly).

And while it’s WARM, it certainly won’t look cream or beige on your walls, it’s just significantly warmer than more traditional gray paint colours. Some people find it a bit too ‘muddy’ and not fresh enough when they’re looking for a fresh clean gray palette.

Revere Pewter kitchen cabinets, Cambria Brittanica warm quartz, URbane Bronze island, oak wood floor. Kylie M Interiors Edesign

Revere Pewter on main cabinets, darkened

What’s the LRV of Revere Pewter?

Revere Pewter is on the border of light and light-medium as it doesn’t have too much weight to it, but it doesn’t have a typical light depth. Personally, I find that it often seems a bit darker than expected, particularly in a room with slightly lower light, as while its LRV isn’t low, it isn’t particularly high either, sitting at 55.77 (meaning it won’t really reflect or absorb much light).

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter, staircase with red toned oak flooring, white and wood railing, wainscoting. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online consulting blogger

Not sure what LRV is? It’s VERY important, that’s what it is (read about it HERE).

Paint colour review, Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter, best warm gray paint colour. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online paint color consulting. Client photos

Learn more: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Paint Colour with LRV 

Does Revere Pewter have undertones?

Video at the end of blog post

While MANY people think that Revere Pewter is one of the TRUEST grays, it actually nods considerably to one undertone in particular – green.

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter in kitchen with dark espresso cabinets. Kylie M Interiors E-design client photo

It’s also a very sneaky gray (like most) and loves to shift itself depending on the exposure of the room, artificial lighting, your furnishings and many other factors. So, while Revere Pewter does FAVOUR a mild green undertone most of the time, it can sneak into the other cool gray undertones with some encouragement.

Benjamin Moore Suntan Yellow, Revere Pewter in home bar, beverage station in country style kitchen. KYlie M E-design

You can see Revere Pewter looking slightly blue in the above living room

About those sneaky undertones, a few times I’ve seen Revere Pewter pick up a wink o’ blue, reminiscent of Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray. Each time the blue pops up, it seems to be in a room with multiple exposures and cream trim/cabinets (look at the cream trim in the above living room). Seem impossible? Well, believe it, sister. Grays are sneaky, so you’ll want to whip up some samples and move them around your room before you make a full-time commitment to a particular colour.

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter in dining room with dark wood furniture and pendant lights. Best warm gray. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, client photo. Decorating blog

Read more: Gray Owl vs Stonington Gray – Colour Review

And speaking of samples, undoubtedly, you’ll be heading out in the near future to grab paint samples – stop right there! I want you to check out SAMPLIZE. Samplize offers peel and stick paint samples that are more AFFORDABLE, EASIER and more ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY than traditional paint pots. Here are just a FEW reasons why I recommend Samplize to my clients…

  • Samples arrive ON YOUR DOORSTEP in 1-3 business days, depending on location
  • At $6.99, they’re more affordable than the samples pots/rollers/foam boards that are needed for traditional paint sampling
  • If you keep the samples on their white paper, you can move them around the room

Visit the SAMPLIZE website HERE

Benjamin Moore Kingsport Gray painted oak cabinets with Revere Pewter walls in bathroom with almond bone fixtures. Kylie M INteriors Edesign, online paint color consulting. Client photo

Revere Pewter looks rich and gorgeous on these bathroom walls

Now, this info might have you feeling uncertain about our good friend Revere Pewter. So, I’m going to break it down into percentages for you. In my experience with Revere Pewter (which is pretty darned extensive via my local work and E-Design), here’s what I’ve seen (approximately)…

  • 5% of the time – subtle blue undertone
  • 10% of the time – slightly purple or taupe undertone
  • 85% of the time – slightly muddy, soft, slightly green-tinged gray or just a soft neutral gray

Of course, all of that’s open to interpretation as I can be pretty anal with colour and not everybody is looking that hard. There are people out there who won’t see a damn thing and think that gray is gray. But still, the above undertones are something to be aware of.

Rustic romantic style bedroom with reclaimed wood, Benjamin Moore Revere PEwter, chandelier, pink blush accents. Kylie M Interiors E-design, online paint color consultant and edecor blog

The above photo shows Revere Pewter with some of its muddy green undertone showing. And I’m not saying muddy like it’s a bad thing, muddy is good if you’re looking for an earth-toned relaxing feel, but if you prefer a more fresh approach then muddy ain’t for you my friend and you may want to find another gray!

If you are looking for a clean and fresh gray, don’t choose Revere Pewter

The best gray paint colors for your room. Benjamin and Sherwin. Edesign, Kylie M Interiors online paint colour services. Home decorating and diy ideas blogger.market

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What rooms does R. Pewter look best in?

The great thing about Revere Pewter is that it looks awesome in MANY different types of rooms. Sure, it can lean a bit grayer in a north-facing room or slightly warmer in a south-facing room, but it’s still a beautiful colour choice. However, if your room is dark, you might have a hard time getting it to come to life…

revere pewter in a dark room with northern exposure

Revere Pewter really works best in rooms that are reasonably well lit. In a dark room (shown above, which is also north-facing) it can look flat and murky. If you’re painting a dark room, you may want to read this blog post instead.

Here’s a photo of Revere Pewter in a warmer south-facing room – it’s in its glory!

Paint colour review, Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter, open concept livingroom, vaulted ceiling. best warm gray paint colour. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online paint color consulting. Client photo

REVERE PEWTER DOESN’T WORK AS WELL IN HALLWAYS

Generally speaking, hallways tend to be dark and don’t always suit this depth of colour. If you like the idea of RP in your hallway, consider lightening it by 50%, keeping in mind that lightening can shift undertones. Or maybe you just need to check out these other paint colours.

You can also check out Benjamin Moore Rodeo, which has a slightly higher LRV, but even that might not be enough.

REVERE PEWTER CAN BE A GREAT CHOICE FOR KITCHEN CABINETS

This is my own kitchen below and I darkened Revere Pewter by approx 25% just to get more body out of it.

Kitchen with warm gray, Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter cabinets and Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze painted island. White oak wood flooring. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, blog and colour advice online

See the before and after photos HERE

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter, grey paint colour on painted cabinets. Client photo. White quartz countertop and subway tile backsplash. Kylie M Interiors Edesign

Revere Pewter is a GREAT choice for kitchen cabinets too! 

Is Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter REALLY the Best Cabinet Colour for YOU?

Is Revere Pewter a good gray for the exterior of a home?

Revere Pewter can be great for the exterior, but know that it WILL look warmer than expected!

Exterior sunny day, south facing, brick home painted BM Revere Pewter, SW Creamy White client choice and BM Graystone shutters. KYlie M Interiors Edesign, online paint color consulting

The 5 Steps to Choosing an Exterior Paint Colour

My Colour Consulting client had picked Revere Pewter for the exterior of her home and couldn’t decide on a great shutter or porch ceiling colour. I gave her three suggestions to choose from, including Benjamin Moore Graystone, and it turned out GORGEOUS! 

The overall mood…

Revere Pewter isn’t a fresh and crisp gray and doesn’t necessarily give a spa feeling like a lot of grays can – this is because of its warm undertone. I’ve heard it called murky, muddy and ‘clay-like’ – not very spa-inspired words if you ask me, but again, open to interpretation based on your personal tastes.

Best paint color for dark wood trim, oak floor. Kylie M Interiors E-design, Benjamin Moore REvere Pewter in entryway and stairs

Keeping in mind that one person’s feelings toward a colour can be different from another, if I were to suggest some keywords to describe Revere Pewter it would be these:

  • calming and relaxing
  • organic
  • neutral
  • versatile, flexible, accommodating
  • more of a saturated beach feeling, rather than a ‘fresh beach’ feeling

For a comparable gray, check out Revere Pewter vs Collonade Gray – The Great Battle of the Grays! (shown below)

Sherwin Williams Collonade Gray in north facing kitchen with Alabaster cabinets, Summerhill quartz. Gibraltar Cliffs feature wall. Kylie M INteriors Edesign

For a cooler look, you might want to read about Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray

Best gray paint colour. Open concept kitchen and living room, Stonington Gray, stone fireplace K2. Kylie M INteriors Edesign. Vaulted ceiling

Want to see more colour reviews? Click HERE

If your walls are painted Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter, what’s the best white trim colour?

Revere Pewter is pretty flexible and can accommodate quite a few different whites as long as they aren’t OVERLY yellow. Benjamin Moore Cloud White can look gorgeous and is a great choice and can slightly enhance the green undertone in Revere Pewter. And, of course, my fave, Benjamin Moore White Dove – the perfect soft warm white!

See those whites and MORE here: Benjamin Moore’s 8 Best White Paint Colours

Romantic rustic master bedroom and ensuite bathroom. Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter and Wickham Gray. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, edecor and online paint colour expert blog

 (Wickham Gray in the bathroom, Revere Pewter in the bedroom, Cloud White on the trim)

Want to see this colour in action? Check out my video for more great tips! And ignore my face in this screenshot – not one of my more epic moments…

READ MORE

Paint Colour Review of Benjamin Moore Rodeo

Sherwin Williams 10 Best Gray Paint Colours

Benjamin Moore Best Gray Paint Colours

Colonnade Gray vs Revere Pewter

Not sure which gray is best for you?

Get the help you’re looking for with my Online Color Consulting

The best paint colors for your room. Benjamin and Sherwin. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online paint colour consulting. Home Decorating and diy ideas blogger.market

Chat soon,

Kylie M Interiors Edecor and Edesign

Originally written in 2015, awesomely updated in 2021



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Comments

  1. Oh my gosh, talk about TIMING!! I have resolved to re-do our basement family room and stairwell/hallway, and was actually considering revere pewter as a possible wall colour. Thanks for this post! I never would have considered going half-strength with a colour. Brilliant.

      1. Hi! I’m looking for the half strength comment. I’m painting hallway and foyer and Kylie is right that RP is too muddy/green. Did I miss where the blog says half strength of RP in hallways is better? I have tried half strength and it is better. But, I’m comparing to Cornforth White from Farrow & Ball.
        Hard to pick for a foyer and hallway as there are so many different light sources! Thanks for your thoughts. 🙂

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          Hi Tina! I’ve done RP at 40% lighter with good luck. I’ve found that once you pass 25% lighter, there can be a shift in undertones. Now that doesn’t mean it will fall right off track, as it’s still based on the original foundation colour, but undertones can rise up/fall back…I hope that helps!

    1. Would you go agreeable or anew for cherry cabinets with an expresso stain. I’ll have stainless steel appliances and I’m trying to do a light to medium matte brown floor.

  2. Kylie, per your fab suggestion, I used revere pewter in my kitchen and adjoining small bath…and I’m so glad I did. My kitchen has south facing windows and oak cabinets, now it looks organic and peaceful…just the look I wanted. Wouldn’t have picked revere pewter in a million years, so glad I (we) did.

  3. THANK YOU so much for this article on Revere Pewter. I like seeing how to best enhance this color & bring out the softer gray side as opposed to the muddy greenish undertone that I’m trying to avoid. (I see both of these tones on my revere pewter living room walls right now) This article was very helpful & I feel I can accessorize with more confidence now! LOL! I do have a question on the “fresh, crisp grays that give a spa feeling” .. as that’s exactly what I’m looking to put in my master bath. And possibly the “fresh beach gray” feeling for my kids bathroom. Have you already made a post listing examples of these grays?

  4. This IS really amazing timing Kylie! We love Revere Pewter so much that we are currently painting almost every space in our house with it-it is so rich and lovely, and looks great with so many of our accessories:) Do you have any suggestions for a nice slightly darker gray color or other such accent that looks amazing with Revere Pewter by chance? Looking for a stunner to compliment this amazing color for our fireplace which will be the focal point of our Revere Pewter living room! Love your blog so much-you are the color guru in my book!!

    1. I have used Kingsport Gray on the walls and Revere Pewter on the ceiling in my husband’s basement mancave and LOVE the results.

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  5. Im so totally applauding your awesome post on REVERE PEWTER. Something like this- Yea girl! Get it Girl! Hahaha. But seriously – love your brilliant understanding on this totally IT color. Understanding and getting the difference between warm and cool grays is vital to one’s homeownership today. Keep up the good work my colorful friend! Get it girl 😉
    Christy

  6. Hi Kylie,
    I so enjoy reading your posts but this one was particularly helpful. I had decided to use RP through out our whole home (more like a nicer cabin). I put the project on hold because of your comment about yellow wood. Most of our floors are pine & all the cabinets & trim are hickory. Have you done a post on what color paints look good with these woods? Love your sassy, classy writing.

  7. I really enjoyed reading your post on revere pewter! My main level is painted this color and I love it! I am looking for a darker gray that would complement the revere pewter. It is for a small powder room. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

    1. Hi Elise, I do love Chelsea Gray and Rockport Gray is also awesome but has more sneaky undertones in it for sure (purpleish)

      I’m SO happy to hear you’re doing your small room a dark colour – that’s an awesome thing to do for a small room – give it some personality!
      ~Kylie

  8. Hi Kylie. Loved reading this blog. We just painted our kitchen cabinets revere pewter but I need help choosing a different wall color. We chose BM Thunder AF 685 (which was a taupey gray on swatch) and it turned out blue! It’s a north facing room. Any suggestions on what color we should use to make cabinets stand out? Right now they totally blend with the wall. Should we go darker or lighter on walls? Appreciate any advice! Thanks
    Melissa

    1. Hi Melissa, thank you so much for asking! As I’ve been quite swamped with questions I’ve been referring most to my Online Consulting. This way I can get photos of the space as well as ask some important questions! If this interests you at all then here’s the link. My pricing does fluctuate a bit depending on how busy I am, so at this point your quote would be $60 and I would give you 3 paint colour options. Each option would have an explanation so you can understand how they might act in your particular space! https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/online-decorating-design-services/
      Hope to hear from you!
      ~Kylie

  9. We’re painting our kitchen walls Revere Pewter this spring, and the cabinets will be November Skies (lower) and Beacon Gray (upper). I’ll let you know how it turns out.

    1. Hi Janelle, yes it can! Just keep in mind that if the cabinets are a cream with an obvious yellow undertone it ‘can’ enhance the subtle green undertone in Revere Pewter. Now that’s not a BAD thing, but it is something to pay attention to if you are looking to avoid that look…

      ~Kylie

  10. Hi so my husband just bought a couch and we thought it was grey but we brought it home and it looks completely green! Grr! I’m trying to bring out the grey in it .. What accent pillow colors do you recommend ?!! Thanks

    1. Hey Chelsea! It’s actually going to be more about what you want to avoid! Avoid opposites – so if you want to downplay the green then avoid yellow/orange/purple/red. Keep your accents a bit more neutral in the gray/beige end of things in a variety of depths and also look for off-whites that aren’t yellow. Funny enough, if you can manage to find some toss cushions that have a green in them that is more obvious than your couch, that can also make your couch feel more neutral in comparison. Hope that helps!
      ~Kylie

      1. This whole post is awesome, and this reply is amazing. Thanks for sharing your colour tortured soul’s insights and advice 🙂

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  11. Thank you for a such a great wealth of information on this color. Recently, I bought several tester cans of various grays, including Revere Pewter. I was determined to love Revere, but when I painted swatches on my wall, I too found it much too earthy to lift the freshness of my great room that has med-dark wood floors. I was so disappointed that it wasn’t love at first sight, haha. Sigh, I’m going to give it a go in my NW facing bedroom, hopefully I get enough light in the window to light it up and bring out some of the green in it. 🙂

    P.S. In your post, you mention needing “cajones” to pull off a certain look. You’ll want to change that word to “cojones”. Just the simple switch from the letter “A” to the letter “O” changes the meaning from drawers to balls. Just a little Spanish info.

    Thanks again, this was my first visit, I’ll be back. 🙂

    1. Ashley you are AWESOME! I guess I need to bone up on my Spanish (pun intended 😉 as now I know the real way to spell it!

      Now for grays that are a bit more fresh there’s a few to check out…
      Benjamin Moore Gray Owl. This is a gray that can pull a blue/green undertone, it’s hit and miss, but either way it’s beautiful!
      Sherwin Williams Repose Gray. I wrote a blog post entirely about this colour and how awesome it is, maybe it could work for you! https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/all-about-sherwin-williams-repose-gray/

      Thanks for visiting! If you haven’t already, you can also subscribe on the right hand sides, it’s free and I do a new blog post about once a week 🙂

      Chat soon!

      ~Kylie

  12. When you say lightened by 1/2 a can……can you explain more on that please. We are about to build and want to use RP but I am wanting to compare it with it lightened color. This was a very helpful read!! Ty

    1. Hi Jamie, good question – sometimes I type without thinking 😉 Basically paint is made with a recipe of different colours, so what you need to do is take 1/2 of the colour recipe out (that’s the basic way of looking at it). It’s like if you made cookies and were supposed to use 1 cup of sugar, you would only use 1/2 a cup and the cookies wouldn’t taste as sugary…

      The paint store can EASILY do this for you, just say ‘I would like Revere Pewter, but could you please lighten it by 50%’ and they should do this for you easy-peasy! You should get the ‘colour and undertones’ of Revere Pewter, without the depth.

      ~Kylie

  13. Omg I just had a professional paint my open ranch Revere Pewter (with the kitchen 50% darker RP)
    I selected this color after painting our guest bathroom 50% darker RP and loved it!

    Well our house is all Revere Pewter now and it is cold and looks light blue most of the time to light gray at best…
    I loved the greige (even the touch of green gray that I have seen in photos….
    So disappointed.
    So I need to repaint $$$$ and choose a different color ?? Can I add accessories to bring out the greige look??
    Can you pleas help?

    1. Hi Pam, you know that’s interesting. I’ve been using Revere Pewter for several years now with clients and it is a stunner. The 1 OTHER TIME, I’ve seen this happen, was actually with my girlfriends house. I was stumped, I couldn’t figure out why it was doing this. We picked it and everything should have been FABulous – but there it was – cool ALMOST blue toned. In fact, I was SURE the paint store had mixed it wrong until I pulled out my colour deck.
      We found the problem, and actually there was 2 problems that made her RP go blueish/cool toned.
      #1: She had ‘quite’ creamy toned trim. Now that in itself shouldn’t really be a problem, but compounded with this, it was…
      #2: Lighting. She has light fixtures that have a yellowish/amber glass and she didn’t have ENOUGH light for the room. The light coming off of them was murky and warm. Somehow this reacted with the green and undertones in RP and made it a cold, almost blue feeling colour.
      We have since changed the light fixtures to be a frosted glass, not a yellow glass and the problem is SOLVED – yay! We didn’t have to change the cream trim, I think it was just a case of a ‘compounded situation’. She had mostly East/West light coming in, which was mostly diluted by an overhanging patio so wasn’t a HUGE influence.
      I hope that info helps you a bit to solve your problem! Look into those things and see if there’s some changes you could make with your lighting, before spending more money on paint…

      Chat soon!

      ~Kylie

    2. OMG. Mine did the same and Im so depressed. My lighting can’t be the problem and woodwork is white white. Don’t know what to do. ?

      1. Hi Chris! I’m sorry to hear that it’s going a bit blue on you. Truly, it’s the farthest thing from a blueish gray. The only other thoughts I have re: this issue are a) did you use BM paint or get a colour match? Have you held the original paint chip up to the wall to make sure they are the same and b) North facing light casts a gray/blue glow in a room, perhaps this is reacting with the wall colour. I wish I could help more!

        ~Kylie

  14. I have revere pewter in my kitchen, den, and a hallway. It is BLUE in my kitchen because of my red brick floors. It is NOT at all what I was hoping for. I did not understand why it looked blue until I read this article. Thanks!

  15. Hi Kylie,

    Do you have the color code for revere pewter color in 25% lighter ? I went to buy a small sample can and the guy could not do it. I told him that I will come back. Thanks for your help!

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      You know what, I just might still have it – it would be the Home Depot code though and won’t work anywhere else…let me go see…
      Hooray, hopefully this works for you!
      Sample pot: Behr Ultra Flat ULtra Pure White (this is the base of it which is important)
      384th: BL 11 / CL 14 / FL 1.5

      If you copy this down/print it off I’m thinking that might do the trick!

      Good luck 🙂

  16. We’re considering Revere Pewter for most of our main level. The exception is our family room, which is sunken a couple steps and has a lower ceiling so we’d like to keep it cozy with a slightly darker color. Do you know what would be similar to Revere Pewter but a shade or two darker? Thanks a million! I’ve been scouring your blog for weeks as we figure out our paint selections!

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  17. Hi Kylie,
    I have used RP in most of the downstairs., big bright fam room, bright dining room , kitchen and hallway. Love it!! LR is separated by a hallway painted in FB Clunch. I would like to paint the LR but it is a dark room. Presently, it is a mossy green color and I want to brighten it up. Is there a light tan that works well with RP ? Would like a warm beige / tan color. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!!

    Rosanne

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  18. Hi Kylie,
    I’m painting my dining room and I have a chair rail, so I am planning to paint two different colors on the top and the bottom separated by a chair rail. I like Northern Cliffs for the top. What would you recommend for the bottom half? The rest of the main floor is painted Rever Pewter, so not sure if I should use that or Gray Owl. The room has very little light…just a double window under the front porch. Would love your advice. Thanks so much,
    Vivian

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      Hi Vivian, thank you for your note! This is actually the EXACT thing I do my e-design consulting for! I try to give as much complimentary advice as I can on my blog and if that doesn’t work, it might be time for me to take a closer look at your room via photos/questionnaire. My packages are off right now as I’m on a short trip, but they’ll be up and running on Monday! https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/product-category/interior-paint-colors/
      ~Kylie

  19. Hello! I have painted all my walls revere pewter and now want to ‘whitewash’ my fireplace. My trim is just a regular contractor white. Do you have any advice for what white would look best? The hearth is black slate! Thanks!

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      Hi Brittany! I’ve had a client whitewash their stone with Revere Pewter (50/50 mix). I might lighten Revere Pewter by 50% and then mix if 50/50 with water. Otherwise I would do a standard ‘white’ whitewash. Either way, it’s about keeping undertones consistent and not throwing a new colour into the mix!

  20. Any advice on a cabinetry paint color to go with Revere Pewter in a reasonably bright kitchen? My walls are RP but my painted cabinets, which are slightly beige/taupe, are now looking yellow against it;(

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  21. I’m thinking about painting my home’s exterior RP. However, I am concerned it will be too light (my house faces west but there is no shade and the sun tends to wash colors out. Would you paint RP on the exterior of your home and would you darken it by 25%?

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      Hi! Revere Pewter is beautiful for an exterior and as long as you have some white trim it should help to show the contrast, even when the sun lightens it! And yes, 25% could help a bit 🙂

  22. I have a large, vaulted ceiling great room with east facing windows (under a porch) as well as east facing dormer windows. Is there enough light from the east to use Revere Pewter? I was all set to use that color until I read this post…now I am questioning it! :p
    Thank you!

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      Hi Audree, it’s hard to say, it would depend on how MUCH light you are getting from those windows and overall, what look you’re going for! I’d love to give you a definitive yes, but without seeing the room, I can’t do that comfortably!

  23. We just bought a house and the kitchen and family room are revere pewter! They are mostly eastern (some southern) facing rooms. Currently, the northwest entry way is SW Urban Putty and so is the southwest dining/living room. The dining/living room doesn’t get a lot of natural light, so I’m curious if you think continuing the revere pewter into the dining/living room is a good option or if I should go with something lighter like BM Classic Grey or BM Light Pewter?

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  24. Have you ever used Benjamin Moore “THUNDER”.
    I was so torn between Thunder, GRay Owl and revere pewter.
    But as its my kitchen, dining and living room, all one open space. With Yew flooring and Light Maple Cabinets revere pewter seems to be out from your youtube video!

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      Hi Courtney, Thunder is beautiful, but will come up quite different from the other 2. It has a bit more weight to it and is a stormier, warmer gray with a purple undertone to it 😉

  25. Kylie,
    Can you suggest a contrasting color to go with RP?
    I’m painting bottom wainscoting RP and not sure what to paint walls above. I’m thinking BM balboa mist or Collingwood.

  26. Wish I read review before having LR & DR painted in revere pewter. I had over 12 grey samples on my walls. They appeared purple, green, blue and silver but the RP didn’t look as muddy as final job. After spending almost a thousand having it painted in RP I have to live with it. I wanted a light grey but this, to my eyes, isn’t a grey at all. One good thing-it is next to kitchen and hallway which I did in HUSH, a color I knew and loved-they don’t clash.
    Will definitely look at your reviews when picking a color for bedrooms.

  27. Hi, Kylie. Thanks so much for the great info on RP. We have a new home with an open floor plan that is completely RP. I would like to paint the north-facing dining room a different color to add a little interest. I was thinking BM Palladian Blue or SW Sea Salt. Do you think one would work better than the other?

  28. I have Revere Pewter in a hallway, bath and bedroom. It has a glint of blue in only one room and only at certain times of the day. Believe!!

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