In Which Ms. Bean Confirms She Is Who She Is: A Dreamer

I took the fast & fun interactive What’s Your COLOR ID Quiz on the Sherwin-Williams website.  Click HERE to go take it for yourself.

My quiz results told me I am a Dreamer.  A Dreamer is defined thusly:

I was further told that as a Dreamer I do the following:

Here is a screen shot of a few of the Sherwin-Williams colors that a Dreamer likes to see in her home.

Here is a photo of the wall in this particular Dreamer’s home office [or study if that’s what you want to call this room] where she is currently sitting.  This wall is painted SW 7666 Fleur de Sel, one of the colors shown in the image above.

It’s not often that I take an online quiz and end up with results that I agree with 100%.  In fact some of my previous posts [here & here] have been less than kind when discussing my quiz results, but for whatever reason, this time the quiz results made sense to me.

And with that I’ll end this pleasant post about knowing who I am by wishing you, my gentle readers, a Happy Weekend.  May it be colorful in a way that pleases you and filled with sweet dreams ’til sunbeams find you.

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146 thoughts on “In Which Ms. Bean Confirms She Is Who She Is: A Dreamer”

  1. I LOVE that song by the Mamas and Papas. One of my long time favourites!! Oh Mama Cass, your voice was magic 💕

    … and I like that colour Fleur de Sel. I’m looking for a new colour for our bedroom. hmmm – I wonder if this would fly with Gilles?

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    1. Joanne, I love that song, too. And the moment I saw my results it came floating into my mind. If you’re going to have an ear worm for the day, this ain’t a bad one.

      I like Fleur de Sel. It’s easy to live with imho. Doesn’t overpower the room.

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  2. Apparently I’m a Naturalist. “You embrace the outdoors and want to help everything around you thrive. You find yourself most at peace when surrounded by nature, walking along a rugged trail or just sitting in the sun.” Kinda have to agree! Weirdly correct. Like you I am skeptical of online quizzes but this one rings true.

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    1. Deb, well, isn’t that interesting? Both your results and that being a Naturalist makes sense to you. I usually mock and analyze what’s wrong with the online quizzes I take, but not this one. It’s a brave new day!

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  3. Apparently I’m a naturalist, which is true, but their idea of my colours are completely wrong as I’m also a creative and I love extremes: gentle but pretty pastels especially lilacs and sky blues (people don’t realise that about me and are often appalled!) and very bright, in yer face, almost dayglo colours, especially orange!

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    1. Val, you make an excellent point about how all these suggested color palettes lack any extreme colors, both pastel or dayglo. I wonder if the premise is that these are the background colors for your home and you accessorize with the extreme ones? 🤷‍♀️

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        1. Yes there was a lot missing, considering the hundreds of paint colors available from Sherwin-Williams. But the quiz was fun… and it’s Friday… and I’m a sucker for online quizzes. 🙃

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    2. Same. I’m a naturalist on this quiz, and find the gray colors aren’t ‘up’ enough for my energy. My walls are tints of blues and greens. I do need outdoor time, and I do tend plants.
      Looking overall at the palettes, I see trend. I’d be curious to see what Naturalists’ palettes look like in a few years 🙂

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      1. joey, I’ve been amazed by how many of my readers are Naturalists. If it means something I dunno what it is. You make a good point about how these palettes will change as the interior design world shifts to different ‘must-have’ colors.

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  4. [I Am] A Minimalist – You enjoy what life has to offer and appreciate beauty in all things. You look to your home as a place to decompress and truly be you. Uncluttered, undisturbed. This is you. This is your Color ID. Not the dead on fit your result was, but pretty darn close – decompress and unclutter are good. My colors included a gray that is very close to our forever best color “Useful Gray.” I love our colors and our Home as it.

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    1. Zen-Den, so the question is: can a Minimalist and a Dreamer get along? I’d say YES! I’d also say that you must define “uncluttered” a different way than I do. Have you looked around this place? 😳

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          1. We’ve gotten along for a few years now – I think we’ll be fine. Most of our clutter is temporary so it is easy to handle. And its a nice Fleur de Sel colored Pod so I’m good with it all around.

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  5. Apparently, I’m a creative which probably explains why I didn’t like any of the choice on some frames (like the coffee tables…). It’s an interesting game, but I didn’t think there was a broad range of colors when you look at all the selections together, they all sort of looked like variations on the same. Where is the magnificent red! I want red!

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    1. Dorothy, I agree with you. The range of colors are very interior design NOW which means lots of drabs and grays and harsh whites. I like red, too. But I have to wonder if the idea is that these are the wall colors and you add the pizzazz yourself. Like we all would, of course.

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  6. Great quiz…haven’t been enticed with taking one for quite awhile. The process itself was pleasant and colorful (hmmm subliminal marketing?)
    Anyway, I came out a creative and I agree because it’s the first time I wasn’t labeled ‘eclectic’. Hate that generic term!!!!
    HA!
    As for the colors, a great starting point to where I can also pick and choose varients within the other categories.
    Just wish we had a place to paint our own spaces and make them our own!!! But hey, that’s really just a 1st world whine…Our little rental shelters us & for that I am thankful!
    ps- thanks for the worm in my ear! 😉

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    1. laura, I think you’re right that this is definitely subliminal marketing. Write some flattering words, then add some paint colors & *voilà* a customer is born. However in my case the words seemed to fit, and the walls are already one of *my* colors.

      If you’re in a rental and like the wall colors, then this quiz is merely a theoretical exercise in what if. Thanks for taking it and playing along. Enjoy your complimentary ear worm.

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  7. LOL – well, I’m glad it worked out for you. I’m laughing at my result. I’m a Minimalist…! PS – I can see you being a dreamer though, I shall take the test again someday and see what I get the next time.

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    1. Shelley, I willingly admit that it’s possible that this quiz is not always accurate. But I liked my results so here they be, the basis of a blog post. Also I’m amazed that one of the suggested colors is on the wall of this room. 🤔

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      1. I would do the same thing. In fact, I may just post about why I don’t think the results are accurate. I wanted to stop the quiz the moment the walls on the screen turned the exact color of my office walls. I was sure that’s what I’d end up with. And perplexed as to why or maybe wondering if I should repaint? 😉

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        1. I have to wonder who dreams up these online quizzes. Is there any scientific basis to the questions & answers? I worked in marketing at one point and from that experience I doubt that there’s much rhyme and reason to this quiz. But I still liked it. Call me a Dreamer. 😊

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          1. LOL – I agree – I had my family take it and the Mr and I got the same thing. My two daughters were different from each other and us. And they liked their results. We think the determining factor was which coffee table was chosen – since Mr & I chose the same one, and we’re sure the kiddos chose different ones than we did. Has the world of colors come down to the coffee table?! LOL? Dreaming is a wonderful thing – keep on dreaming!

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            1. The choice of coffee tables was a weird part of the quiz. I didn’t like any of them, but picked the one closest to what I might like. I’m intrigued by the idea that the choice of coffee tables might be the determining variable as to who you are. You may have found the key to the world of colors! 🤔

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              1. LOL – I didn’t like any of them either – neither did Mr., and we ended up picking the same one. If we’ve figured this out…we’re rich…in colors at least! 🙂

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  8. I love all those colors and could easily live with those around – wait. I do. Hmmm. Now I’ll have to take the quiz although I normally don’t. Yep, Friday and it’s hot (although below 100F) so that quiz can be a hot weather time filler. Great idea and great song. Have a great weekend

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    1. I may be a naturalist, but I’d probably go with the Minimalist color for a house. Actually I could do most of them except the trendy or the creative. (I alway ended up with 2 choices in many categories – like the plants…not really fond of any of the coffee tables at all and the couch legs…I’m picky about couch and coffee table legs HaHa) Fun – and as I am thinking about paint and walls…thanks

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      1. I didn’t like the coffee table choices, too. None of them seemed like they’d go with the sofa choices. 🤨 I look forward seeing pics of your freshly painted walls, should you decide to do that.

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    2. philmouse, I like these colors, too. Some commenters have mentioned that all the suggested colors for all the personality types look about the same to them. There’s some truth to that, but I take my fun where I can find it. Have a great weekend, stay cool.

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  9. I agree with the finding of dreamer for you. You’ve always had a “calm and optimistic spirit” going through life. I don’t usually take quizzes, but took this one. I’m a nurturer according to the results. I guess I agree, since my current life is consumed with nurturing the grands. I just bought a CD of the best of The Mamas and Papas. Love it!!

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    1. Beth, ah ha! Another person who agrees with their quiz results. I’m sure you’re a Nurturer, that’s how I think of you. Now as for whether you like your particular colors, that’s a whole different thing. Fascinating how this quiz plays out, isn’t it?

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  10. I’m a dreamer too but it’s not as spot on for me. I love blues and greens and there wasn’t a sagey green there. I like my neutrals a tad on the creamy warm side which is out of vogue right now. Guess this is not the time to redo the house! Thanks for the fun exercise.

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    1. Kate, hello fellow Dreamer! That being said I like my neutrals on the creamy side, too. And I like them a bit more khaki golden, but overall the suggested palette isn’t awful. And no higher praise can I give it considering today’s interior design color trends. 🙄

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  11. I started the quiz but abandoned it at the second question because I didn’t like any of the choices. And I thought none of the couches looked like me either.

    So . . . I’m guessing that my Color ID is NOT Sherwin Williams. 🙄

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  12. Yes, I can see that dreamer description fitting you well. I don’t normally do quizzes, but you enticed into this one – which totally did NOT get me at all. It says I’m a Trendsetter who dresses to impress. Ha! I dress like a slob and never redecorate. I did like some of the colors, though, but they were probably random.

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    1. Eileen, you mean this quiz isn’t based on science and it isn’t totally accurate all the time?!! Color me shocked. Funny how the description of you is totally off, but the colors are to your liking. Random, sure. But a fun waste of time and a good conversation starter from what I can tell. Thanks for playing along.

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      1. Oh, it was fun – and funny! I got to thinking that it didn’t matter so much which sofa or type of music you picked. Each answer had a different color button and the outcome was at least partly, if not mostly based on that.

        I promise I would never paint any room in my house pink – ever. But two of my colors were pink. Is pink trendy? I’d be the last person to know!!

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  13. Well shoot, I got Minimalist, and I was trying so hard for Naturalist with a touch of Free Spirit tossed in. As nrhatch noted, perhaps SW is not for me! I have little choice in the matter though unless I can convince the landlord to repaint. It’s funny though because the walls are a soft blue-gray and the things I chose to fit this home when I moved in really do reflect a combo of all three of those palettes.
    Down side Ally Bean, now I want to re-decorate and re-paint 😉

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    1. Deb, another Minimalist. Happy to know you. I wanted to get Free Spirit, too. It’s how I describe myself in my blog tagline so it seemed sensible to me. I’m glad that your rental has walls in a color that makes you happy and works with your stuff. Sometimes it all comes together in the most unexpected ways.

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    1. Jill, you’re the second Nurturer here. I didn’t like all the colors on my color palette either. But I figure these are just suggestions and a person is allowed to choose other colors, right? Or am I dreaming? 😁

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  14. Who knew? I could have used that quiz when I was trying out all those samples of beige paint for my kitchen reno! Loved the song – very appropriate for the Woodstock anniversary.

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    1. Joni, I found my quiz results to be accurate, at least in the description of my personality. As for the particular colors, they’re nice enough– just not what’s on the walls in the rest of the house. And you know what? That’s ok.

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  15. I tested out as a Minimalist, but from what I’m reading, I could be any of the others, too. But I liked the Minimalist palette overall. I prefer to bring in colour with the things in the room rather than the wall colours.

    …and those coffee tables! Yikes. 😉

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  16. Well, I took the test and it said I was a Naturalist who likes walks in the forest, blah, blah, blah. Nope! So I took the test again and answered a couple questions differently (the way I really wanted to – particularly the one about the pet. Since we have a dog I felt compelled to answer that I wanted one but my real answer was no time for a pet). On the second try I got “You are a Creative” which I feel matches much better. Goes to show your first instincts really are the right ones because when I answered with my heart, the truth was revealed. Note – I would have settled for Dreamer as well 🙂

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    1. Janet, that is incredibly interesting about how you changed a few answer to better reflect who you are and you found yourself. Isn’t that encouraging! I can believe you are a Creative, btw. Makes sense to me.

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  17. Mama Cass had a tremendous voice.

    That quiz told me I’m a Naturalist, probably because I had to pick a bunch of crap I wouldn’t have in my house. Really, after the couch, I didn’t like anything. Shows what they know…

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    1. John, I agree both about Mama Cass and the selections offered on this quiz. She was gone too soon– and the coffee table options on this quiz cannot be gone soon enough. 🙄

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  18. Hmmmmm…that was really interesting. Maybe I’ll go take that test. We just had the interior of our house painted a year ago….we lived with primer white for about 25 years because my husband and I can’t agree on anything. Finally he let me choose…what a relief and also a responsibility! I like the way it turned out…but I wonder what my colors REALLY are…

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    1. dawn, in the 20 years we’ve been here we’ve had more colors on our walls than I can remember. Agreement can be tricky plus trends change, we change. My quiz results nailed my personality and I like many of the suggested colors, but not all of them. If nothing else the quiz is fun and the results are a starting point.

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    1. Donna, you’re another person whose description fits them. It’s entertaining to see who agrees with their description and who doesn’t. Thanks for joining in, my Naturalist friend.

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      1. dawn, Naturalist seems to be a big one among my readers. It’s great that you like the colors you decided on. Don’t you love it when it all comes together?

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  19. I couldn’t resist so I gave it a go. I am a Nurturer. The description does sort of fit me (I do love to make family and friends feel at home when they visit). I’m not too sure about the color palette. Although I did paint the interior of the house in colors similar to those in your palette, I am drawn to bright, bright colors and some pastels (a lot like Val, I see).

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    1. Robin, you’re the third Nurturer so far. I looked at those colors and like them sort of. We have one of them, Alabaster white, below the chair rail in our dining room. In reality the interior of our house is painted in more khaki gold & warm grays than my proscribed color palette. I’m glad you decided to take the quiz. It’s a fun goof.

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  20. That was a fun quiz to take. Very interactive… but very wrong (at least in my case). I am definitely NOT a Trendsetter. Maybe it says that because I tend to like contemporary furniture and adore succulents. But, if people look to me for the latest trends, they will be sorely disappointed. I love your colors, though.

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    1. Janis, good analysis of why the quiz told you what it told you. I bet you’re right that contemporary furniture + succulents = modern aka Trendsetter. Thanks for taking the quiz. If nothing else it’s interesting to see what choices it offered and what interior wall colors are the latest and greatest.

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  21. I’ll take the quiz when I return to blog land for reals. But in the meantime, I’m not surprised by your results. Also, wondering if you’d come paint my writing room. (Thinking maybe the quiz might reveal that I’m not very DIY, at the very least.)

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  22. Thanks for sharing the quiz – I love these sorts of things – and in this case, I too think my results were pretty well spot on – “naturalist” – will I actually follow through and take their advice? Well, when we learned that the coffee table was too heavy and scratched the floor, I threw a rug over it. Does that answer the question?

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    1. Maggie, I did the same thing after the coffee table scratched the floor. I’m sure the coffee table didn’t mean to scratch the floor, poor thing. Accidents happen, so why make a big deal of it? I’ve got dreams to dream, no time to repair the floor. 😉

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  23. Oh my goodness, I LOVE those colors. Grays and blues are so soothing for me, and a nice coral is cheery without being jarring. Looks like I’m heading over to that quiz now…

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  24. Hi Ally, Interesting post, yet I am hesitant to take the quiz. Seeing your colours and descriptions we may be twins? I did click on the Mamas and the Papas. A classic:) Thank you for sharing:)

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    1. Erica/Erika, I’ve been humming this tune all weekend. As for the quiz, it’s fun and while not all the colors are ones I’d pick, I like the idea of who I am. Maybe that’s what the quiz does best– help you define you.

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  25. Fleur de sel. That is a very sophisticated paint color name, and must certainly reflect the sophistication of the owner of the room with said paint.
    On an unrelated note, thank you for referring Retirementally Challenged to my blog!!

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    1. The Travel Architect, while I don’t know how sophisticated I am, I agree that Fleur de Sel is a sophisticated color that is easy to live with. Glad you two connected after writing about the same topic. Serendipity.

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  26. I knew I wasn’t going to be a dreamer, because “calm” was there. Haha! I’m a naturalist, and I suppose the description is accurate enough, but the colors didn’t do it for me. My bedroom is roughly Secret Cove, and I feel it’s the color in my home that best represents me. Ours is called Blue Vault, which makes me giggle a little, not far off the name. Cheerful colors. I like cheerful colors. Tints. I live for tints. I tend to choose more traditional furniture pieces than are shown in the quiz as well — I am NOT on trend 😉

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    1. joey, even though we have one of the colors on *my* color palette, our house isn’t painted in those colors. We have more of a golden khaki/warm gray/creamy white palette going on here– with splashes of spirited colors like burgundy or denim blue or salmon-y orange. I like cheerful, but I also like neutral walls. Even though I don’t have the colors going on, I am a Dreamer. The description fits me.

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  27. I haven’t taken an internet quiz for years, but I took this one, and laughed when it came up with “naturalist” for me. That’s certainly on target. I wonder what would have happened if I’d been able to choose the sofa, plant, and etc. that I really like? Most of their options were things I’d never live with. That’s one of the problems with a forced-choice quiz. Still, it was fun, and a reminder that my choices usually please me more than the choices others make for me!

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    1. shoreacres, another Naturalist! That seems to be the most popular personality type among my readers. It’s a fun one, but I agree with you that if the quiz offered some better options [defined as things I really like] then we all might be classified into different groups. Good point about not letting other people make your choices for you– although I don’t think that’s what SW wants us to learn from this quiz. 🤔

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  28. Interestingly, I would have thought I’d get Dreamer, but the further I went down the list, I found myself saying “never” just one time, and “mostly that’s me” more and more and so I was Creative and my colors were bold. I’ll really need to step up my game as this house is done in light colors throughout. I took the quizzes first on the older posts – I don’t remember how I did on the first one and I did bad at the emojis but for some reason, it didn’t display the emoji in Opera browser – I am not great at emojis anyway but I don’t use a smartphone and I really only use the smiley face on Facebook. Very occasionally a SMH emoji. I remember when we first discovered that a combo of : and ) would equal a smiley face or the reverse for a frownie face. Utter joy as there were no icons in those days.

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    1. linda, you are a Creative, eh? Someone else in the comments got that, too. Bold colors can be great– or overwhelming depending on your pov. You make me smile with your memory of the simplistic days back when we made emojis with a few bits of punctuation. I remember I had a long list of them printed out so that I’d know the right thing to say at the end of my emails.

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      1. Creative – yup, that’s me Ally and all bold colors – well that’s a wee bit different. My house is very small so bold would overwhelm the rooms and the lighting in this house is not really good either, so putting dark colors, especially in the kitchen where I spend most of my time, would make it way too dark. I had fun with the quizzes and after I shut down (rather abruptly as a storm was brewing and rumbling about and there was a terrific thunderclap so I shut down and unplugged the computer), I remembered the other quiz was for “Grittiness” … I had scored a 2.70 and was deemed to be 20% grittier than most Americans, so am sharing that … not as great of a percentage as yourself though. We thought we were very cool with our emoticons back in those days and likely overused those smiley faces.

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    1. Sheryl, I like this color palette, too. I’m not going to redo the interior of the house because of it, but I could live happily with most of these colors on the wall.

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  29. Hmm. It said,
    YOU ARE A
    NATURALIST
    You embrace the outdoors and want to help everything around you thrive. You find yourself most at peace when surrounded by nature, walking along a rugged trail or just sitting in the sun. This is you. This is your Color ID.
    Still pondering whether that’s true.

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    1. L. Marie, maybe parts of it are true? Or it could be a complete mistake. Who knows. This quiz has certainly got many of my readers wondering who they really are! Existential angst was not my intent when I posted this quiz. 😯

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      1. It was a fun quiz. No existential angst here. I think it was my choice of coffee table. Will take it again and see what happens. 😊 Never thought of myself as Ewell Gibbons (I am totally dating myself).

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  30. YOU ARE A
    FREE SPIRIT
    Your wandering spirit can’t be contained, but it can be reflected in your personal space. You’re unique, daring and always excited by new possibilities. You won’t apologize for your individuality. This is you. This is your Color ID.

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    1. Elen, I like these colors but won’t be repainting the interior of the house with them. I/we are perfectly happy with the palette we’ve got going on, but I do like the description of who I am. Made me smile.

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  31. Thanks for posting this. I totally took it. It was fun and accurate:
    YOU ARE A
    MINIMALIST
    You enjoy what life has to offer and appreciate beauty in all things. You look to your home as a place to decompress and truly be you. Uncluttered, undisturbed. This is you. This is your Color ID.

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    1. Lacey, I’m glad you liked the quiz. You’re not alone here, there have been other Minimalists. In fact I’m married to one. I love the description of your personality and knowing that it fits you.

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  32. Ally, first of all, sorry I’ve been absent here. I can only give you the excuse of summer being way too busy.
    I love your color palette, even though I tend toward bright colors, and the person that you are is one I always strive for – calm and optimistic. I could use some of that this week. 🙂

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    1. Mary, considering what you’re going through with your interviewees, I totally understand. Blogging is cool and fun and all that, but real life comes first. I like *my* color palette, too. Not enough to repaint the entire interior of the house, but nice colors.

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  33. Second time I took the quiz:

    YOU ARE AN
    ENTHUSIAST
    Your interests take you far and wide. You immerse yourself in everything you do in order to experience life to the fullest. You’re your own person, open-minded and forever busy trying new things. This is you. This is your Color ID.

    It was indeed the coffee table!

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    1. L. Marie, that darned coffee table has tripped up more people. I trust that you’re happier being described as an Enthusiast; nothing crunchy about that description.

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  34. I don’t usually take online quizzes, either, but I took this one, so I could play along. Mine said I was a nurturer. I’m not sure that is my color palette. Either I got it wrong or Sherwin Williams did. 🙂

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    1. Robin, thanks for playing along. There are a few other Nurturers here. I’m not sure how scientific this quiz is, nor do I think you’re required to only buy the colors on *your* palette, so I say nurture away with any color you like. 😊

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  35. Just saw this blog, and thank you. This was a lot of fun and I really needed some fun as things have been a bit serious of late. You know life. My color ID was naturalist and I have to laugh. It said I’m most at peace when surrounded by nature or walking along a rugged trail or just sitting in the sun. That is me, and coincidentally my new blog coming out this week is embracing that very issue for the most part! So I got to have another good laugh and I’ve now started my day on a whimsical note. Thank you Ally Bean.

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    1. Susan, I’m glad your quiz results made you happy. [Not everyone has embraced their personality types, like I have anything to do with the answers. 🙄] It is empowering to have a way to think about who you are and how you decorate your home/live your life. I look forward to reading your latest blog post knowing who you *really* are.

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  36. I love online quizzes–this one tells me I’m a Naturalist. Apparently I let the fresh air in! This is good to know. We all need a breath of fresh air. I’d say this is pretty spot on, although I also resonated with Dreamer, after reading your results. So I could go either way.

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    1. Kate, Naturalist is the most popular result so far. I thought the quiz was fun to do, but I also thought, for me, the results were accurate. Weird though, most of these quizzes leave me baffled.

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  37. Hi – I mean hello dreamer….
    And I like your choice for the den/office
    Last year – We went with a color called “granite dust” and I love it –
    I took the quiz – it was fun… and I got the “minimalist”

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    1. Priorhouse, my husband is a Minimalist, too. Fleur de Sel is a light warm gray color with a hint of aqua in it. We find it easy to live with and I’m guessing your granite dust is the same. I like my walls neutral and my accessories colorful.

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      1. I think the granite dust is very similar and I do believe it is Sherman Williams –
        And what is nice about it is that it sometimes is a bit more gray and other times a bit more blue – and it took one coat –
        Reminds me as to how amazing modern paint is – low odor and some brands are such good quality

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