Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is a supermodel in the paint world. He’s basically the Navajo White of the 2000s.

Revere Pewter.
Revere Pewter

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.

Revere Pewter.

Leverone also used Revere Pewter in the dining room:

Design by Leverone Design, Inc. Photo: David Duncan Livingston.

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.]

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Benjamin Moore Bold Blue plus denim, orange, and emerald

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: Colors above, clockwise from top: Benjamin Moore Bold Blue, Benjamin Moore Antelope Canyon, … Continue reading Benjamin Moore Bold Blue plus denim, orange, and emerald

Benjamin Moore Rockport Gray HC-105

A (fabulous) kids’ bedroom painted Rockport Gray and designed by Helen Marie Rutter and Yvonne McFadden for the 2010 Atlanta Symphony Decorator Showhouse. Carpet and Runner are from Eve, Inc. Gwenwood wall lamps designed by Darryl Carter for the Urban Electric Company. Table and stool by Holland & Company. Coverlets and accessories from Scout for the Home. Window shade fabric by Knoll Textiles. Sheets from Gramercy … Continue reading Benjamin Moore Rockport Gray HC-105

Benjamin Moore Iron Mountain

Benjamin Moore Iron Mountain. What a name! It’s a mountain made of IRON. In these photos below, check out how architect Jeffery Povero used Iron Mountain to make his New York apartment seem larger: painting the window recesses white helps the dark color dematerialize at the edges. He also maximized space in his 860-square-foot apartment with custom shelving in the bedroom, which provides tons of vertical storage. Limiting the … Continue reading Benjamin Moore Iron Mountain