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.]
I always feel vaguely inspired/totally defeated when I scroll through the endless “street style” photos of rail-thin women on Pinterest, but today this color combo, below, caught my flinty eye.
Navy, acid-wash blue, sueded orange, and a touch of emerald snakeskin — here’s how I see it going down in the paint world:
Navy and orange are always pretty sweet.
And the real Antelope Canyon, in Arizona, is gorgeous.
(The photographer who took this photo sees a flame. I see a vagina.)
Paint palette inspiration, via Emilio Pucci:
Which made me think:
At the now-closed Chicago restaurant Province, an accent wall was painted Benjamin Moore’s Hot Lips: