Light green is one of the more surprising choices for pewter accents, but as you can see here, it works well. A soft pastel green can help give your home a vintage, Victorian countryside look.
Pair pewter vases and decorative dishes with a bold, deep red tablecloth.
Beige, being a neutral color, can go with anything. That includes things like pewter counters and accents.
If you are looking for a deeply vintage look that harkens back to the Edwardian period of England, look no further than a dark brown pairing with pewter accents.
When you're unsure of whether your home can handle a metal that looks as dim as pewter, pair it with white.
Pewter has a very silvery look. In fact, it looks like dark (or tarnished) silver most of the time.
The turquoise offers a bold pop of color that livens up the occasionally dreary look of pewter. It also helps warm up the ambiance of a home thanks to the yellow undertones it has.
In this gorgeous illustration, you can see a pewter sink and faucet paired with a bright blue wall in the background. The blue helps give the pewter an unusual contrast.
It gives your home a unified and cohesive look. Homes that featured monochromatic looks tend to have a distinctly modern feel, even when they use vintage accents like the wall sculpture above.