If you have a collection of pewter serving sets that never get used, why not give them new purpose as floral vessels? Add potting soil inside of a gravy boat or goblet, then carefully pot a flower or plant inside of it. For an extra layer of decoration, cover the soil with dianthus cut to size and held in place with floral pins.
In late winter, this evergreen shrub or small tree, Pewter Pillar® Winter’s Bark ( Drimys winteri var. chiloense), opens clusters of lovely white blooms followed by small fruits. The glossy leaves have silvery-white backs. The plants are hardy in USDA zones 7 to 10.
The powder room is a lovely nod to this home's historical Tudor roots. An antique wood table was turned into a charming vanity with the addition of a pewter vessel sink and bridge faucet. Patterned wallpaper is the perfect finishing touch.
As seen on Good Bones, Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak added mirrors with an ornamental shape and a pewter vase to give this bathroom an elegant design. The neutral color palette reflects the natural light of the window above the shower and the artificial light above mirrors.
Rustic touches add a homey feel to this country kitchen with a large wooden island and barstools. Baskets hang over the stove and from the ceiling as an antique pewter candelabra acts as a centerpiece on the island.
A butler’s pantry with walnut cabinets and a custom pewter countertop leads the way to a sunny, transitional kitchen. The kitchen is outfitted with two islands for extra storage and seating for the family.