[HOT News] The Oval Office Has Been Completely Redesigned | and It's Very Trump
All the Ways Trump Has Redecorated the Oval Office to Make It His Own
You probably already know President Donald Trump has a very distinct taste in interior decor. Based on his New York City home in Trump Tower alone, we think it's safe to say his style is the definition of opulent. And that's exactly the vibe he brought to the historic Oval Office in The White House — a big change from former President Barack Obama's more modern display.
How do we know? The White House's Facebook page released a 360 degree tour of Trump's office and he made a lot of changes since becoming President — even if they're not super obvious at first look. The most striking change is the curtains: While Obama opted for rustic red and square-shaped panels, Trump went with a gold-hinted yellow and blue details along rounded drapes.
Behind that famous desk is also an end table that Obama used to display family photos, whereas Trump has it relatively empty at this point. We wonder if he plans to fill it in with photos he takes during his term.
Another key difference between the two President's offices is what they use to decorate the space. Obama filled the walls with both historic portraits as well as a number of personal favorites, like this modern blue painting. However, Trump is sticking with the former, while also adding more flag stands around the area.
When it comes to furniture choices, Obama selected leather armchairs for the sitting area. However, Trump went with with a light yellow upholstery. This is the change that surprises us the most, but since this soft color helps the gold frames above the fireplace stand out more, it totally aligns with Trump's signature style.
When you look down, you'll also notice Trump swapped out Obama's neutral rug for something that adds a bit more color to the room and he replaced the stone-topped coffee table for a very a classic wood design.
Even though Trump kept the grandfather clock and side table in his office, he swapped out Obama's blue lamps (which we are totally into, by the way). He also replaced the caramel-colored sofas, which had a more informal vibe, with ones that feature intricate designs.
Finally, as you can see, Obama selected even more personal artwork to go between the door to the garden and his desk, while Trump brought in another portrait painting and some more flags. Clearly, he and his designer had a theme in mind when they reimagined this space.
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