Celebrity Homes: White House Christmas Decorations You Need to See – The White House will welcome the 2016 holiday season with the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on December 1st. Volunteers will be busy decorating the White House from November 24-30. You can view the White House Christmas decorations in December or you can also enjoy a virtual White House Christmas tour below.
Be sure to scroll right, left, up and down to experience a 360 degree holiday view of Christmas at the White House!
Christmas is in full swing at the White House. First Lady Michelle Obama usually chose fashion designers and one of her favorite event planners to turn her not-so-humble abode into a winter wonderland of sorts.
Last year Carolina Herrera, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim of Opening Ceremony and Kenzo, and Duro Olowu were asked to embellish one room each: the White House Library, the China Room, and the Vermeil Room. Bryan Rafanelli, who has coordinated and decorated several state dinners and official events for this administration, was tasked with overseeing the design and execution of the rest of the interior spaces for the holidays. He worked closely with FLOTUS and the White House Social Office to develop and represent her 2015 theme, Timeless Traditions, accordingly.
Twenty volunteers from Rafanelli’s team, as well as almost 100 volunteers from 35 states, spent five days trimming trees and hanging ornaments. Above, a look at the incredibly stunning and very merry outcome.
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