Benjamin Moore Pewter is a light gray with warm undertones and a neutral color that works equally well on walls, ceilings, and trim from room to room. It’s been called the “perfect whole house color” and is ideal for an open floor plan. It’s dark enough that it contrasts nicely with whites and off-whites, but not so dramatic that it competes with bold colors. It can ground and balance a room with colorful décor, or create a serene vibe when paired with pale hues and other neutrals.
Benjamin Moore Pewter plays well with other colors of all ranges, including the warm tomato red. It’s also the perfect backdrop for the strong colors in this open room. In the classic bathroom it provides a clean and calm atmosphere and also in the classic bedroom, once again Pewter is the perfect backdrop for the accent colors of periwinkle and gold. Almost any color looks nice against it. As with any paint color, you should try a sample on the wall, or at the very least get an actual swatch of it before painting with it. Computer monitors all vary in color and simply don’t provide a completely accurate version of the true color.
According to Benjamin Moore the most searched paint colour of 2012 is benjamin Moore Pewter Pewter HC 172. It is a nice light warm gray. Beware of color matching grays to different brands. Some people have had some sucky experiences with color matching (where Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams gray paint turns out green in Behr). So, be sure to check your paint before leaving the store and if you aren’t happy with it when you get home, get another tester. Test a bunch of grays in your home, and test on multiple walls. The “perfect” gray will be different for you than someone else. One reason for that is because the color gray is dependent on your particular space.
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