Until the beginning of the 17th century, there was no bedroom. Because there was no division into rooms at all: where they received guests and ate, they also slept there, and several people were in the same room. The presence of beds did not make it a bedroom. In the 18th century, it already got better: a separate sleeping room appeared and even acted as a front door. It is known that Louis XIV, in accordance with court etiquette, received guests in bed or during the dressing procedure.
The interiors of the palace bedrooms competed with the throne room… But this is a vivid episode that people like to quote. For the main part of its history, the bedroom remained the most closed, intimate room. And therefore, sometimes they saved on it, giving all the best in the living room.