Refuge for lovers and stronghold of parents, the room symbolizes emotional and sexual exchanges. If this room is clearly separated from the rest of the house, this reflects that the separation between family life and that of the couple is clearly established. On the other hand, if this room is limited to a sofa corner in the living room, ask yourself if the lack of space justifies it: this often reflects a fear of intimate exchanges, a way of erasing them in favor of the role of parent. The bedroom is also a personal refuge where you can relax and take a step back by reading or listening to music, as teenagers often do. It's your favorite room : it shows your attachment to everything that makes a couple unique and intimate. This shows a psychic balance and flexibility that allows you to move from the role of lover to that of parent. You easily get involved in intimate exchanges. But this may also go hand in hand with a tendency to idealize and dramatize conflicts. Beware of a possible overinvestment of the couple at the expense of other links outside the cocoon of love. For teenagers, the bedroom can become a withdrawal zone when they are in a rebellion phase with their parents: this space must be respected. A little history : the parents' room has always been a central part of the house. The children have slept in this same room for a long time. The fact that everyone has their own room, as is often the case today, is a recent phenomenon and directly linked to the increase in living standards. In the master bedroom, the main change over the ages concerns the size of the bed, which went from a width of 120 cm to 140 or even 160 cm in width. This influence came from the United States, where the dimensions of the bed sometimes even reach 180 or 200 cm! This development reflects a concern for comfort: two people sleep better in a large bed. In the same spirit, the quality of mattresses is becoming more and more sophisticated, combining firmness and softness through frequent mattress toppers. Fashionable styles : the influence of Asia explains the craze for futons, these cotton mattresses placed on a tatami mat. This style creates a soothing and sleepy atmosphere. No carpet on the floor, but a good contemporary carpet makes this room cozy. Often quite small, this room often only contains a bed and one or two coffee tables. With the development of homework, it is often enriched by an office area and a library. For children, the scalable rooms that adapt to age and needs are popular, even if their price is quite high.