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Inside Celebrity Homes | Nov 8, 2016
Obama Family: Inside White House Private Living Areas

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The Treaty Room—filled with memorabilia including one of the President’s two Grammy Awards, family photos, and a personalized football—is where Mr. Obama often retreats late at night. He uses the room’s namesake table (far right), which has been in the White House since 1869, as a desk. George Catlin scenes of Native American life hang on walls covered in custom-stenciled Larsen abaca. Eighteen-fifties overmantel mirror; 1930s Hereke carpet.

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In the West Hall, Alma Thomas’s 1973 Sky Light hangs above a circa-1895 English mahogany pier table.

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The Center Hall contains Peter Schlesinger urns (at rear, on pedestals) and paintings by Sam Francis (far right) and Hans Hofmann.

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In the master suite, Giorgio Morandi paintings meet a circa-1903 A. H. Davenport & Co. armchair.

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The Family Dining Room.

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Late-1960s Robert Mangold works hang on the Family Dining Room’s Jasper-fabric-covered walls. The circa-1800 sideboard hosts Christopher Spitzmiller ceramic lamps.

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The Family Sitting Room contains a Sean Scully artwork, a Roman Thomas sofa, a Baker floor lamp, and a Jasper side table.

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A view of the Family Sitting Room, with Glenn Ligon’s Black Like Me #2 (far right).

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Works by Robert Rauschenberg (left) and Alma Thomas make a modern splash in the Old Family Dining Room. Curtain fabric by George Spencer Designs; Anni Albers–style carpet by Scott Group Studio.

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Luncheon is served in the White House’s Old Family Dining Room.

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The Solarium on the White House roof.

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The master suite’s antique canopy bed is curtained with Larsen and Jasper fabrics and outfitted with Nancy Koltes bed linens. Mirrors and sofa fabric by Jasper.

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Source: architecturaldigest.com

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