Why You Should Consider Using Benjamin Moore's Revere Pewter Paint
The greige can subtly warm up any space. It’s no secret designers love gray paint. The neutral can act as a subtle backdrop to a vibrant piece of art, or it can give virtually any room an instant calming effect. But the seemingly endless gray paint choices out there are overwhelming, to say the least. If you know you want a gray that's on the warmer side, consider Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter—a designer-favorite light gray with warm undertones. Designer Patrick Baglino recommends using the greige color in large open spaces with turquoise, scarlet, or tangerine accents. "The warmth of this gray comes from the addition of a splash of beige, and it feels as comforting as a bowl of homemade chicken soup," he says. The color “creates a unifying look that calms and restores” and is “a great transitional color that’s perfect for an open floor plan,” according to Benjamin Moore’s description of the paint. If you're not convinced quite yet, take a look at the following living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and more that all feature Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter paint. Whether you decide to use the paint solely on your kitchen cabinets or cover your entire bedroom in it, you can't go wrong!