Revere Pewter exterior paint is the hottest gray color in the marker right now. It is a gray color that everyone loved. This color surfaced a few years ago, but only risen in popularity recently. Revere pewter is undoubtedly the color that everyone looking for right now. Why this color is popular? Let’s take a look at the review below.
Sherwin Williams Revere Pewter Paint review
- Depth: Revere Pewter exterior paint is a color between gray light and medium light. The color is a bit darker than you expected once it’s applied when its LRV isn’t low. But it’s also not particularly high. The color sitting at 55,77 which means that it wouldn’t really absorb nor reflect much light.
- Revere Pewter Undertones
Revere Pewter won’t look too yellow on your walls. Actually, it’s significantly warmer than most traditional paint color so it’s a good point from Revere Pewter. Although you may find people telling you that it is not ‘fresh enough’ and a bit too ‘muddy’. If you are looking for an earth toned relaxing feel, you can choose Revere Pewter exterior paint for its muddy look. Muddy is not a bad thing, but if you want a more fresh feeling than Revere Pewter is not for you.
But it’s back to your preference, some people looking for a clean and fresh palette while some people don’t. And for the undertones, it doesn’t have dominant green undertones. The undertone of this color contains a drop of green and sometimes the undertone will more noticeable in rooms with yellow or cream toned trim.
If you ask what are the best rooms for Revere Pewter? The answer is almost every room. Although Revere Pewter is an exterior paint, but the great thing about this color is it looks great in almost every room. Because its LRV is so adequate which is it will adjust itself to a room whether it’s north or south.
The color also works very well in bright rooms. But it can feel a little but murky and flat in a dark room. So if you want to use this color in a dark room, you either need it to be lightened or you will need to look at another gray paint color. Revere Pewter exterior paint doesn’t work well in hallways because it’s not bright enough. Hallways tend to be dark and the depth of this gray color is not suited.