Oval office Obama and trump: find the 7 differences
The White house has finished a major facelift, in which, in particular, has changed and the interior of the working Cabinet of President of the United States — according to the tastes of the new owner. Looks like the workplace of Donald trump and how it differs from office of Barack Obama?
The White house has finished a major facelift, in which, in particular, has changed and the interior of the working Cabinet of President of the United States — according to the tastes of the new owner.
31 Aug 201022 Aug 2017
On the collage to the left is a photo of the Oval office made after the previous repair, in August 2010, when the White house was elected in 2008 to his first term Barack Obama.
To the right is a photo of the same office seven years later. Of the whole situation untouched, it seems there is only a table, chairs and a small table for photos at the window.
Differences quite a lot, but we want to draw your attention to the most obvious:
The color of the walls. Despite the well-known love trump for lavish interiors, he got rid of the yellow-gold Wallpaper of the Obama era and replaced them with more neutral, subtle pattern.
Carpet. Flooring the Oval office traditionally covers the same shape as the carpet in the center of which is emblazoned the coat of arms of the American.
Curtains. Thin curtains with an elegant gold pattern gave way to a more dense drape of the same hue, but less showy, with a blue border and heavy folded pelmet.
Photos. Window on the table behind Obama, you can see dozens of photos of different years: wife, children, employees and visitors of the White house. Among them are black-and-white but mostly colored images, and in the center — the wedding (white wedding dress, Michelle Obama can be seen even from this angle).
Chair. Desk chair Obama looks more like a chair narrow backrest without headrest looks quite austere on the background of massive maroon seat trump.
Flags. In the Obama Cabinet they stood only two — the national flag of the USA on the right hand of the President and the presidential standard on the left.
Picture. Photos of the Obama Cabinet well see the picture hanging to the right of the window is the face of the statue of Liberty and up the outstretched hand with a torch. On the other hand was hanging canvas impressionist Childe Gassama “Avenue in the rain”, depicting hung from the window state flags of the United States.