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A room that both sexes will enjoy?
Now this is interesting. When a man and woman walk into a hotel room together, it's the man who will more likely care about the colors used on the bed, on the drapes and on the walls.
That's according to this new study from a student at the University of Southern Florida.
Using a model room at the Ritz-Carlton Sarasota, Vanja Bogicevic learned that men liked dark brown, blue and gray colors in the hotel room while women went for pink, purple and orange. Yellow and turquoise were neutral colors. But she also found that the men were pickier when it came to color, with results showing that women didn't have as strong a preference between a masculine color palette and a more feminine one. (That's probably because we care more about the mirrors, lighting and hair conditioner. High five, ladies!)