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Revere Pewter ~ Favorite Color Palette

Hello friends! Today I’m sharing one of our most popular Benjamin Moore color palettes at the paint shop. Revere Pewter is the one color we sell more than any other. We regularly make recommendations for colors to pair with Revere Pewter, and those are the colors featured here today. For an entire post on Revere Pewter, go here.

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1. Tranquility AF-490  A great complementary color for Revere Pewter either as an accent wall or in an adjoining room.

2. White Dove OC-17 Our most popular trim color, White Dove contrasts nicely with almost any wall color.

3. Pashmina  AF-100 A little darker than Revere Pewter, it would be nice for an accent wall or an adjoining room.

4. Night Train 1567  A couple of shades darker than Tranquility, it goes especially nice with Pashmina and Sparrow.

5. Revere Pewter HC-172  Our most popular wall color.

6. Sparrow AF-720  A couple of shades darker than Revere Pewter. Great for an accent wall or an adjacent room.

Traditional Family Room by Mount Pleasant General Contractors Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.

Benjamin Moore Tranquility

In this large open space, Tranquility is used on the walls and soft neutrals are on the fabrics and accessories. 

Traditional Kitchen by Baltimore Interior Designers & Decorators Patrick Sutton Associates

Benjamin Moore White Dove

Here’s a beautiful kitchen with the cabinets painted in White Dove. The upholstered chair is similar to Tranquility. The carpet and tufted ottoman are similar to Sparrow.

Traditional Home Office by Washington Interior Designers & Decorators lily mae design

Benjamin Moore Tranquility

Here’s a gorgeous office painted in Tranquility. The rug has shades similar to Night Train and Pashmina.

Traditional Dining Room by Washington Interior Designers & Decorators lily mae design

Benjamin Moore Tranquility

Another nice space painted with Tranquility. The Roman shades have colors similar to White Dove and Pashmina. 

Traditional Dining Room by Northport Interior Designers & Decorators Home Simplified

Benjamin Moore Sparrow

I love this dining room painted with Sparrow. The light and dark shades of neutral colors would allow you to use almost any color as an accent.  The draperies are similar to Revere Pewter and the blues in the artwork resemble the Tranquility and Night Train colors.

Traditional Bedroom by Barrie Interior Designers & Decorators Staples Design Group

Benjamin Moore Pashmina

This sophisticated bedroom is painted in Pashmina. I love the contrast of the white bedding.

Contemporary Dining Room by Toronto Interior Designers & Decorators Sealy Design Inc.

Benjamin Moore Pashmina

Here’s an elegant dining room painted with Pashmina. It’s a great backdrop for almost any accent color, including the deep blue-gray draperies here.

Ballard Designs

Here’s a pretty room painted with Night Train. In person, it doesn’t look as green as it does in the photo. The swatch inset is more accurate.

So what do you think? Have you used any of these colors in your home? I’d love to know how you like them.

These books might help you in your color selections, as well.

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One Comment

  1. We painted our family room downstairs with Revere Pewter and I love it! Any suggestions for accent color for cushions, throws, pictures etc?

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