Below we have Revere Pewter in two rooms designed by Matthew Leverone for the 2009 San Francisco Decorators’ Showcase. This living room is pretty much all I could ever ask for.
Leverone also used Revere Pewter in the dining room:
Above, walls are painted Revere Pewter in an oil-based satin and the ceiling is Benjamin Moore’s Deep in Thought AF-30 in a flat finish. [1960s chairs from here. Saarinen pedestal table in white laminate here. Rug by Tai Ping.]
Designer Nina Farmer used Revere Pewter in the living room of her Boston home:
[‘Lacy X’ Eva Zeisel rug by the Rug Company; Plexicraft coffee table; Art Deco armchairs; John Derian Moroccan poufs.]
Here’s Revere Pewter in a Brooklyn living room:
Artist Stephen Antonson, one of the homeowners, made that plaster mirror.
Below, Revere Pewter on the ceiling in a house by Kara Mann:
Architect Birch Coffey calls Revere Pewter a “seagull gray,” perfect for a hallway:
A hallway should be the reverse of what’s happening around it. If the rooms are white, then the hall can take on a more dramatic color. But if it has no architectural features, the dramatic approach can look a little imposed. This seagull gray doesn’t scream for attention, yet it has presence. Light, yet deep enough to look sharp with a contrasting trim.
And lastly, in a bedroom:
About Revere Pewter:
Collection: Historical Colors.
Similar to: Seattle Mist, Brushed Aluminum, London Fog, Apparition.
Other shades on the paint strip: Distant Gray, Light Pewter, Sag Harbor Gray, Victorian Garden, Majestic Sage, Greenbrook.
Suggested complements: Mink, Raccoon Hollow, Winding Vines, Silver Gray.
AND if Revere Pewter were a handbag: