The highlights of this year’s exhibition – coming during the global pandemic – are a tribute to the needy workers in the Red Room, including a light-up ceramic post office, and a tree with ornaments celebrating frontline workers, including a garbage truck and a scientist. Caregiver, lab coat and nurse hat.
“We salute America’s everyday heroes who are first responders and frontline workers.
This year, there were 106 wreaths, 62 trees, wreaths over 1,200 feet, more than 3,200 lights, more than 17,000 bows and more than 150 leaves and flowers, the First Lady’s Office said.
“Ms. Trump personally chose every detail of the holiday at the White House, and we are all proud to be invited home to celebrate this land,” the First Lady’s Office said.
Important thought and detail went into Americanana decorations.
In addition to honoring the frontline workers, there is a Kennedy-themed tree in the Vermeel room, Jewelry President John F. Includes a portrait of Kennedy and boat boats. The tree sits next to a picture of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
“To preserve the White House for the American people, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy established the ‘People’s House’ as a living museum and laid the foundation for expanding the diversity of the collection. Sharing this love for the arts and culture, President John F. Kennedy’s official portrait appears on beautiful trees,” Melania The Trump office said.
A tree in the library highlights the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which features images of women’s suffrage created by children in a Trump-led art competition. Another tree in the living room contains women who are “pioneers of gender equality”, including First Lady Office, artist Georgia O’Keefe and aviator Harriet Quimbi.
The 18.5-foot Fraser fir tree from West Virginia, which was welcomed by First Lady last week, was decorated in the Blue Room with children’s art jewelry from across the country.
According to the East Wing, the Rose Garden was showcased for the first time this year with White House gingerbread.
The East Room displays planes, trains and automobiles, with planes and spaceships hanging from the greenery reflected in a large mirror and on the “White House Express” train set.
This year in China a cozy kitchen scene with cookies and baked goods on the dining table in the living room, stockings embroidered with “Potus,” “Flotus” and “Baron” hanging from a fireplace mantel.