One of the greatest things about pewter is how well it lends itself to tarnish, unlike silver, which can look as though you just got a little lazy with the polish. This grouping appears rich against a neutral background.
The intricate detailing on this pewter drawer pull is pitch-perfect with the dainty beading around the inset.
Pewter frames are a fresh alternative to gilt or black.
Pewter nailheads in a bold pattern define a pair of black doors and set the tone for what lies beyond.
Pewter on this range hood gives the kitchen a sense of gravitas.
A collection of pewter cups grouped together gets extra oomph from the beautifully nuanced variations in tarnish.
Drill a hole in a pewter serving vessel, and voila! It's a sink.
This composition is as much about texture as it is about materials. The weathered look and heavy detailing of the pewter vase falls right in step with the books and mirror frames.