Why Do Kids Have Their Own Bedrooms?
“Go To Your Room!” might be the most well known parental demand in America, but why do kids have their own sleeping area at all? It's a good question. Because while a bedroom might just seem like a “normal” thing for people who can afford a certain amount of living space, the history of separate sleeping spaces is actually the weird result of European colonialism, standardized clocks, Victorian modesty and post-war Suburban expansion.
Source | PBS Origins