Boudoir ( fr. boudoir) - elegantly furnished and exquisitely decorated, a small room occupied by the lady of the house.
Was usually placed between the living room and bedroom. Served as a dressing and the rest of your home. Boudoirs first arose in the French palaces in the eighteenth century . Commonly used during the Rococo , Classicism and Romanticism . Fashion for boudoirs survived until the nineteenth century , though still in the early twentieth century, occurred in wealthier apartments.