5 Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter Secrets That Will Save You Money
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is one of the most popular grays but it’s also one of the most misleading interior paint colors.
Today I’m going to give you 5 Revere Pewter Secrets that will save you money.
- I'm going to give you the undertones of this color and explain why you need to understand this before even thinking about purchasing this paint color.
- I'm going to show you how this paint will react in both South and North facing rooms and how I save my clients from making this costly mistake.
- Next, I'm going to give you three more tips and why you need to get this right.
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is Misleading and How To Get It Right
Chances are you’ve probably read or heard that this paint color is popular with interior designers and interior decorators.
Like I always say, never choose a paint color because it’s popular; instead, pick a paint color that goes with the interior undertones you have in your home. Please take everything you read with a grain of salt because there is no such thing as a perfect color for everyone.
Revere Pewter looks amazing in all those online magazines and blogs, right? Chances are many of those beautiful pictures were either photoshopped, created by an interior designer or a talented interior decorator to make that picture look stunning. This is where many people make the mistake of seeing a beautiful room and want to replicate it in their own home.
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is one of those popular colors that people love to replicate but often will fail to replicate the same look in their own home. Don't let this be you!
There are two things you need to get right before even thinking about painting your room with Revere Pewter, you need to understand the undertone of this color and to compare it with the interior decor of your room.
Watch this video, I will give you 5 Revere Pewter Secrets that will save you money.
Now you know the five secrets of Revere Pewter, you should walk away feeling you understand how this color works and if it's the right paint for your home.
The last thing I want you to do is to make a mistake that you will later regret and spend more time and money that you didn’t have to do in the first place.
If you are a fan of gray colors, you can check out this post about Repose Gray and just maybe it might be a color you are interested in.
So what do you think about Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter?
If you need help finding the right color for your room, you might want to check this out.