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Pairing Paint Colors with Revere Pewter

Let’s talk about my favorite paint color and the most common search term that leads people to my blog: Revere Pewter. Seriously, people are eaten up with this crisp, gray hue. And one of the most common questions I get is “what colors work well with Revere Pewter?”

This is the most beautiful and versatile gray paint color out there. I love it in any room of the house and you can pair it with any other color. Love my Revere Pewter! Find out some great coordination colors! | Details at TheTurquoiseHome.com

So today I thought I’d share some colors that I’ve paired with Revere Pewter. I can only speak to what I like, but I’ve found that Revere Pewter goes well with any color on the color wheel! Really, it looks fabulous with both warm and cool tones.

I love it with my wood furniture as well as the cool blue greens on my adjacent walls. Since it’s in my open living space, it has to look good with everything. I have never regretted the decision to paint the walls this color and I can’t imagine ever changing it. It’s just that pretty – not too red or yellow, green or blue. Just the perfect gray!

This is the most beautiful and versatile gray paint color out there. I love it in any room of the house and you can pair it with any other color. Love my Revere Pewter! Find out some great coordination colors! | Details at TheTurquoiseHome.com

OK, so first. I think it pairs so well with blues. Of course, right? This being The Turquoise Home and all, I would obviously pick a gray that looks well with … turquoise.

The walls next to Revere Pewter in my open living space are my kitchen and dining room walls, which are two very similar colors: wythe blue and stratton blue both by Benjamin Moore. Really, all of the rooms in my home are adjacent to RP with the exception of the master bathroom and closet. So, if you look through my paint colors in my home, you can choose any of them and be good. 🙂

This is the most beautiful and versatile gray paint color out there. I love it in any room of the house and you can pair it with any other color. Love my Revere Pewter! Find out some great coordination colors! | Details at TheTurquoiseHome.com

But I’ve also taken a couple of my mantels and chosen colors that I think would look good with Revere Pewter.

I love, too, that you can choose RP as your open space color and choose neutral furnishings and then bring in pops of color through your decor. Then you can change them out as you want! As you can see, I love to decorate with pinks, yellows, all shades of greens and blues. And then during the fall I’ll also add in some reds and oranges.

Have you found a perfect go-to wall color?

Or are you in love with Revere Pewter like I am?

PS – all colors are Benjamin Moore colors. I personally have Hale Navy, Wythe Blue, Stratton Blue and Revere Pewter in my main living space. I love that combination the most!

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19 Comments

  1. I am so glad I found your discussions about Revere Pewter, it’s my absolute favorite color! I’m painting the entire main level of house and I want to coordinate it with a blue-grey and also a rich burgundy for some color. Would you be so kind to suggest your favorite matches in colors? I’m a newbie and would love a recommendation!

  2. Hi! I too love revere pewter and it is the dominant color throughout my home walls. I am now remodeling my kitchen and trying to choose a white cabinet color. I originally had white dove but find that to be too creamy. Is decorators white to stark? Should / could I also use it on the trim? Thank you so much!!
    Ps, I also have chosen an island cabinet color of hale navy.. if that plays at all!

    1. I just painted my cabinets simply white from Benjamin Moore. It’s the best white that goes with warm or cool tones. I highly recommend this colour. Honestly you can’t go wrong.
      Good luck 😉

    2. I just painted my cabinets simply white from Benjamin Moore. It’s the best white that goes with warm or cool tones. I highly recommend this colour. Honestly you can’t go wrong.
      Good luck 😉 I also used this on my trim also

  3. My wall is revere pewter. I want to hang drapery panels that are neutrals, Now my sofa is brown with throw pillows of bright colors. now, my oriental rugs is red , gray dark blues floral design. i don’t want to compete it my drapery. pewter is darker. Now my fabric is beige ivory color it is lighter. will that work. fabric by trends pattern 04041 color linen. It looks so bright in my wall.

    Help. Appreciate your help.

  4. I just moved into a home which is all painted in Revere Pewter. I am having the hardest time trying to match curtains to the color. Any suggestions?

    1. Hi Dee, I don’t know if I would try to match it exactly, but just pair it with a neutral curtain. I’m not sure if you’re trying to match a floral or pattern or neutral?

  5. We recently painted our family room and kitchen Revere Pewter and LOVE it! Like you, we have a beige sofa, so I’m kind of struggling with what color curtains to pair with it. Do you mind sharing where yours are from?

  6. Thank you so much for this post – it is exactly what I have been looking for!! I’d love to use this colour in my living room, but want to make sure I choose good colours for the hallway and kitchen (which you can see from the living room). Right now the colours go together quite well; just need a change. 🙂 BTW, <3 <3 <3 your site here!!!

  7. I have RP throughout my house. I love it with Urbane Bronze (SW) for another “goes-with-warm-or-cool-colors” dark grey.

    1. Ohhhh! Thanks for sharing! I’ve see Urbane Bronze featured in others’ homes, but never paired with RP. I’ll have to check it out!!

  8. Laura, never mind, I found what you thought it was in your link. Thanks again…and the colors are beautiful!

  9. What color did you use for your mantel and trim? Love the Revere Pewter, but had almost decided on Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams. I love that the Revere Pewter would go with cool or warm colors, though!

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