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These gilded beechwood armchairs were made in 1817 in Paris by Pierre-Antoine Bellangé. They are from a suite ordered for the Blue Room by President James Monroe in 1817. Photo by Bruce White for the White House Historical Association.

50 Years of Decorating the White House

These gilded beechwood armchairs were made in 1817 in Paris by Pierre-Antoine Bellangé. They are from a suite ordered for the Blue Room by President James Monroe in Photo by Bruce White for the White House Historical Association.

Photos of White House rooms. Kids learn more about the White House by reading Travels with MAX to the White House. Interactive book with puzzles and quizzes. Ages 6-9. Teacher's Guide sold separately. www.travelswithmaxbooks.com

Inside The White House

Blue Room at the White House, 'very French', my favorite room of the American house, decor of James and Elizabeth Monroe

The Kennedy Blue Room designed by Stéphane Boudin

The Kennedy Blue Room designed by Stéphane Boudin

The White House Red Room designed by Stéphane Boudin during the Kennedy administration. Circa 1962

The White House Red Room as designed by Stephane Boudin during the JFK administration. Boudin furnished the room primarily in the American Empire style with many pieces by the cabinetmaker Charles-Honore Lannuier.

Treaty Room during Kennedy era

The Treaty Room as restored to its early roots by Jackie Kennedy in looking southeast (Kennedy Library)

Yellow Oval Room of the White House

First Lady to Bee Ann Romney has already ordered curtains for the Yellow Oval Room in the private quarters and Wall Paper for the Pr.

Ruth Burts Interiors:  THE     WHITE     HOUSE, Red    Room,           1792 - 1800    Neoclassical  style - James   Hoban,     Washington,   DC

Red Room White House Pretty for an older home with high ceilings and large rooms. A bit formal though.

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