Men want big beds; women want a place to hide

By A. Ready  | February 10, 2011 - 4:36PM

As reported by Curbed yesterday, the national real estate site Trulia asked 1,200 American couples to rank the relative importance of 11 home features, including having a jacuzzi tub for two, dual sinks, a fireplace, etc. While women (21%) craved abundant storage the most, they were very much in agreement (19%) with their male counterpoints' top desire (18%) for a bedroom big enough for a king-sized bed. Somewhat surprisingly, more men (2%) valued a sewing or crafting room than women (1%). Less surprisingly, more men (7%) were into the idea of a mancave than women (2%).




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