Boudoir started in #France between 1775 and 1785.

It is a woman’s bedroom or private sitting room where she can retire to be alone.

The French word #boudoir literally means to pout or sulk!

At the #boudoircafé, we like to think of the boudoir as a private #dressingroom for a woman where she can hideout when she needs some quiet time to chill. A woman has the right to be sexy when she wants to be.

We encourage all women to take charge of their bodies and build self esteem. As we get ready for summer, we want to look our best and a #photoshoot at the Café is a great way to get started. We have custom packages tailored to your needs. Bring a girlfriend between now and the end of summer and we will give you a special deal!

Hedley and Cherie

P.S. We give them a Getting Ready Guide after they have given us a deposit. This guide gives our clients all the information they need to prepare for their studio date.


Origin of Boudoir

1775–85; < French: literally, a sulking place (boud(er) to sulk + -oir -ory2)

1777, “room where a lady may retire to be alone,” from French boudoir(18c.), literally “pouting room,” from bouder “to pout, sulk,” which, like pout, probably ultimately is imitative of puffing.

A boudoir (/ˈbuːdwɑːr/; French: [bu.dwaʁ]) is a woman’s private sitting room or salon in a furnished accommodation usually between the dining room and the bedroom, but can also refer to a woman’s private bedroom.