I’ve never been to the White House. I don’t know what color the carpet is in the second-floor hallway, and I’ve never been taken on a tour of the president’s living quarters. I haven’t seen the four-poster beds, the meeting tables, or the window treatments with my own eyes.
As I understand, presidents are allowed to redecorate upon inauguration. They can choose from the antique collections and storehouses filled with the purchases of presidents past. New carpets and rugs are uniquely woven for the men in power.
I have no idea what type of chair sits behind the desk in the Oval Office. What style of seat holds one of the most powerful and influential men in the world? I am unsure.
What style of chair will President Donald Trump choose for his workspace? Will it be real leather or a hypo-allergenic alternative? Will it recline or maintain a straight back? Will it roll or offer massages?
I have no idea what chair Donald Trump will choose. This decorating decision may seem rather inconsequential; I suppose it could tell us of his preferences – Are his tastes expensive? Does he esteem animal life? Does he respect the history of antiques?
But none of this tells us much of his values… [finish reading the post]
I’m writing about something I rarely even talk about today: politics. But on the day of President Trump’s inauguration, I have an important message to share. I’m sharing it over at Her View From Home. Click here to read the rest of the post.
Also, do you mind sharing the post with your friends? This is a timely message everyone needs to hear today and it’s a big opportunity for me! Thanks, friends.