Tweens do become teens, and one thing both of these demographics have in common is a love of color. His friends' rooms or his own ideas probably inspire your son, while your daughter is more likely to pore through back issues of your magazines or take a trip to the mall for her inspiration. And she's bound to love the bold and the beautiful, so don't bother trying to convince her to go with your penchant for neutral walls or white minimalism.
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