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When it comes to what colors or products are "for" boys and "for" girls, parents are ahead of the curve and defying tradition. In some cases, this is very intentional - "I didn't want a girly room," is something we hear from parents often. And since many parents wait to find out their baby's sex until the birth, they opt for a nursery that they feel will work for either scenario. So, let's have some fun: here are ten rooms, test yourself (and your assumptions) and guess who lives in them: a boy or a girl?

Above: a bold orange accent wall, multicolor carpet tiles, a soft rocking sheep: who lives here?

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Bright and airy feeling with light blue walls mixed with yellow and red accents: who lives here? 

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A mix of dark and lighter woods, a hanging garland, bird wallpaper on the ceiling, orange and green walls: who lives here?

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Primary blue walls, white woods and some yellow accents: who lives here?

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Bright room with lighter colors (white, yellow and aqua) mixed with a monochromatic black and white print, organic motif rug, white woods: who lives here?

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Tan carpet, a focal wall with a blue, green and yellow pattern, white woods: who lives here?

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A mustardy yellow backdrop with punches of red and a graphic black and white rug: who lives here?

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Pastel blue walls and soft white bedding and accents: who lives here?

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A soft sheepskin rug, grey walls, bright orange chair and blue patterned curtains: who lives here?

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Taupe and white striped walls, transparent stool, upholstered cream chair: who lives here?

Ready to find out which ones you guessed correctly and which ones you got wrong? What did you take your cues from - the colors, the "feel" of the room, a particular "giveaway" accent? How many did you get right? 


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