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Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor – With December almost here, it’s time to start thinking about the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas is celebrated all around the world in many different ways and in today’s article, the Modern Chandeliers blog is taking a look at the White House holiday decor through the years. Continue reading to discover more.


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Christmas Lights

A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

1934

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

Visitors could see the Christmas tree in the East Hall of the White House, and on the second floor was the family tree of President Franklin Roosevelt.

1939

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

Throughout his twelve years as president, FDR continued several family Christmas customs like decorating the tree with candles, reading A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, and attending church on Christmas Day.

1960

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

On their final Christmas in the White House, the Eisenhower family poses in front of their silver tinsel-draped Christmas tree.

Editor’s choice:

Gala Chandelier


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1961

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

1961 was a revolutionary year when it came to Christmas decorations! Jacqueline Kennedy started the tradition of adorning the White House with holiday decor when she decided to use “Nutcracker Suite” ornaments on the tree.

1967

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

Lady Bird Johnson chose to decorate the White House Christmas tree in 1967 with strands of popcorn and a mishmash of hues and ornaments, giving it a more funky aesthetic.

1970

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

The First Lady has been in charge of decorating the official White House Christmas tree since the Hoover administration in 1929. Patricia Nixon decorated the tree with tinsel and glass ornaments in 1970.

1978

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

Carter used vintage toys that were on loan to her from the Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum to adorn the Blue Room tree in 1978.

1987

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan stand in front of an 18.5-foot West Virginia Fraser fir for a holiday photo. Every year, a tree is chosen for the White House from a nationwide competition. In 1987 the tree was provided by Eric and Gloria Sundback’s farm.


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1991

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

1,200 needlepoint ornaments, three of which were handcrafted by First Lady Barbara Bush, were used to decorate the tree in the Blue Room in 1991.

1995

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

Architects, needlepointers, embroiderers, culinary schools, and elementary schools all contributed decorations for the 1995 holiday season with the “Twas the Night Before Christmas When All Through the House…” theme. And just like the famous poem, when the White House pastry chefs made a 70-pound gingerbread replica of Hillary Clinton’s childhood house, everyone had visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads.

2001

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

The public was unable to visit the “Home for the Holidays“-themed decorations when the White House ceased tours in the wake of the 9-11 terrorist attacks in New York. Because “both home and family have special value to all Americans,” Laura Bush chose that year’s theme.

2007

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

The Christmas tree in The Blue Room was decorated with 347 handcrafted ornaments that featured images of the nation’s National Parks, memorials, seashores, historic places, and monuments.

Editor’s choice:

Liberty I Wall Lamp


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2009

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

Reflect, Rejoice, and Renew” was Michelle Obama’s first White House Christmas theme, and it was centered on the environment. Six of the trees were replanted by the National Parks Service after being shown in addition to being illuminated with LED lights, so one can say it was an ecological Christmas

2014

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

The White House was transformed into “Children‘s Winter Wonderland” in 2014, and Michelle Obama invited military families to visit the facilities first.

2021

Christmas Lights: A Timeline Of The White House Holiday Decor

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden decorated the official tree with white doves bearing the names of all 50 states in honour of the Bidens’ first holiday season at the White House.



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