Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter Paint Color Review
Gray paint colors are no longer trending and haven't been trending the last couple years but that doesn't mean a gray paint color will make your home look dated. Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is beautiful warm gray paint color that will not look dated when paired correctly. For those of you who have earthy fixed elements that are the boss undertones of your home and you're looking for a wall paint color that's not a taupe, beige, cream or greige then Benjamin Moore Revere might be the right paint color for your home. However, there are some key details you need to know about Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter before you decide if this is the right paint color for you.
I'm going to give you an in depth paint color of Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter and the video below will tell you everything you need to know or feel free to read below if watching a video is not your cup of tea.
It's important you understand the undertones of Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter. The best way to see the undertones of Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is comparing it to other paint colors. Watch what happens when I compare Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter with Benjamin Moore Bleeker Beige (see the picture below or watch the video). You can instantly see how Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter looks gray in comparison to Benjamin Moore Bleeker Beige as it has green-beige undertones.
Now watch what happens when I compare Benjamin Moore Odessa Pink (see picture below or watch the video) which has pink undertones with Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter. You can see the green gray undertones of Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter when paired with Benjamin Moore Odessa Pink.
What you need to know is Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter undertone is a green gray and green gray undertones is what makes it a warm gray. Most warm grays have green gray undertones. Warm grays are the opposite of cool grays as cool grays can have blue or violet undertones to name a few. Next, I'm going to compare Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter with other similar warm grays so you can see it for yourself what makes Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter different than other warm grays.
Watch what happens when I compare Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter with Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige which is a warm gray (see picture below). Notice how Revere Pewter is darker and greener than Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige as it is lighter and not as gray.
Now watch what happens when I compare Sherwin Williams Analytical Gray which is a warm gray (see picture below). Notice how Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is lighter and less green gray when paired with Sherwin Williams Analytical Gray as it's darker and greener than Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter.
Watch happens when I compare Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray which is a warm gray (see picture below). Notice how Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is darker and greener than Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray as it's lighter and less green.
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is considered a medium warm gray that tends to lean more on the green gray side especially when paired with lighter fixed or furnished elements. Please get a sample of Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter and compare it with your fixed and furnished elements throughout your home to see if pairs correctly with what you have in your home. Don't forget about lighting as lighting will influence how Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter could look like in your home. Don't be surprised to see Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter lean more green in north facing rooms as it's know to be a chameleon.
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Tip number one, is to never cut Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter as cutting a paint color will change the ratio of the paint color which will make the undertones unpredictable. I understand people post online or in magazines how they cut a paint color but that doesn't mean it will work in your home. Anytime you cut a paint color you change the color itself and you need to test the paint color in your home. It's not worth cutting paints as their is always another paint color that can provide what you're looking for in your home or your space.
Tip number two, for those of you who are thinking about painting your kitchen cabinets with Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter please be mindful of the undertones you have in your kitchen countertops or kitchen backsplash. If the undertones lean more on the cream or beige side then don't be surprised to see Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter look greener than you expected it to be in your kitchen or space.
Here are two gray paint color reviews you should check out before deciding if Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is the right paint color for your home: Sherwin Williams Modern Gray Paint Color Review or Benjamin Moore Going To The Chapel Paint Color Review.
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