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If you can't agree on color, go neutral. Just make sure you do it with intention. Here, layers of beige and gray in different hues add interest and make the room look comfortably put together.
Dark colors are traditionally associated with a more masculine vibe. But the feminine lines of the bench and the tufted love seat balance out the color scheme.
This bedroom is high glamour all the way, but sticking to a palette of gray and silver keeps it from looking like a starlet's dressing room. Even a macho man could sleep here.
This bedroom is warm and bright and completely gender neutral without being personality-less. Those two touches of pattern in the curtain and on the throw pillows are the perfect feminine-masculine balance.
Ethnic patterns are a great way to add color to a room without getting girly. In this room light is balanced by dark, and spareness is balanced by touches of color and pattern.
Pink is more than welcome in the dual-gender bedroom. Just make sure it is balanced with darker colors, nonfloral patterns and other focal points.
This is not so much gender neutral as gender inclusive. It has delicate feminine items like the flokati rug and the feather sculptures over the bed, and masculine items like the leather bench and the chocolate throw. The pale blue walls swing either way, as do the Ghost chairs.
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