Inside the new interiors of the White House

By Sarah Kuta The interior of the West Wing of the U.S. Capitol building has been transformed since the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

It has been filled with a wide variety of art, from sculpture by Japanese artist Koji Yamamoto to paintings by Italian painters.

The Washington Monument has been decorated with a colorful mosaic of the Capitol’s flag and the Capitol Rotunda, a vast display of the nation’s history.

In the halls, the decor has changed as well.

The old, blue carpet is now white.

The ceiling and walls have been turned to a more modern design.

There are more statues of Presidents and Presidents’ wives, and a new “American Idol” theme song is playing in the background.

The White House is the focal point of the renovations, which are in addition to the renovations to the National Museum of the American Indian.

It’s a grand change for the historic White House, but there’s a lot to be excited about.

The architecture department of the United States Capitol building, known as the National Park Service, has completed a major upgrade to the Oval Office, a renovation that started in January 2018 and was completed in March 2019.

It will be installed on the first floor of the renovated Capitol building and open to the public in 2021.

The National Park service is replacing the old carpeted carpet with a modern, more colorful carpet, which will be the color of the new president’s hair.

The new carpet will be painted in the color red.

The White House’s grand new decor has been named “The People’s Choice Award Winner,” said Laura Schoen, a public affairs specialist for the National Capitol Preservation Commission.

The new rug, which is designed to complement the new color scheme, was designed by artist Kojo Yamamoto, who has a long history of working on Capitol buildings.

The carpeted rug is covered with a large fabric that has been painted red.

It’s a beautiful design, said Schoen.

The rug is not only colorful, but also soft, as well as easy to clean.

The rug also has a pattern, a way to keep the carpet clean.

The president will have a chance to take a tour of the interior.

The decor is one of the most important aspects of the redesign.

I think it’s a great change for our nation’s first family, Schoen said.

The interior will be open to visitors to see and touch the artwork and learn about the history of the building and the history and heritage of the National Mall, Schon said.

The installation of the carpeted-roofed rug will be visible from all parts of the renovation.

A new sign in front of the Oval Room will read, “Welcome to the Capitol!”

The renovation will include improvements to the main floor of both the National Archives and the National Historic Preservation Center.

The restoration of the Lincoln Memorial is part of the project.

The renovations to Washington’s National Museum and the Museum of American History are also part of a larger plan to rebuild the White Hall building in the new Capitol.

The restoration of that historic building is the most expensive part of Trump’s agenda to modernize the building.

The Capitol is the last remaining building in Washington, D.C., where President George Washington built his government and where he died in 1791.

The renovation of the museum will also include the installation of new exhibits, including a portrait of George Washington and an interactive exhibit about the Capitol.

The museum will continue to display some of Washington’s artwork.

A new museum will be dedicated to Washington, but the museum is not set to open until 2024, according to the White Star Line.

The building’s current museum is closed.

The Smithsonian Institution and the Smithsonian American History Museum are both part of an effort to open a museum in Washington.

The museum will open in 2021, after the renovations of the Smithsonian.

The National Museum is slated to open in 2019.