Study: Homeowners willing to go celibate for more closet space

A cheeky new online survey from the storage company MakeSpace suggests that nearly half of its respondents would go celibate for six months in exchange for more organized closet space. The company contacted approximately 1,000 men and women across America.
Whether or not this new factoid is shocking may depend upon your perception of relationships in the modern age and the demands of a busy, cluttered world.

Wood Industry Almanac 2016-2017 market drivers: Closets & Home Storage

The U.S. home storage and organization market is currently estimated at approximately $8.8 billion, according to research from companies like The Freedonia Group. Further demand for closets and home organization products is expected to push that number higher, by 3.5 percent annually, to $10.5 billion in 2019.