Oval Office in different presidencies

The Oval Office, created in 1909, is the U.S. Presidents formal workspace where he meets and has conference with the heads of the state or diplomats. As an expansion of the West Wing inside the White House, it was inspired by the Blue Room. Whenever a new president takes office, he tends to make several renovation to the White House decor to suit his own taste such as selecting new furniture, putting a new rug on the floor, or changing a new drape. Therefore, many Americans generally associate their commander in chief with the Oval Office. In this article, we will have chances to discover the Oval Office during different presidencies.