Jill Biden's Vogue Cover Shoot Provides a First Look at the Bidens' White House Decor

Jill Biden's Vogue Cover Shoot Provides a First Look at the Bidens' White House Decor
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In the five months since President Biden took office, we've been given very few glimpses of the interior decor of the White House under the new administration (mainly, just the Oval Office). But thanks to Dr. Jill Biden’s recent Vogue cover shoot for the publication’s August 2021 issue, we’re now able to see a room we haven’t yet seen during the Biden era: the West Sitting Hall.

In the photo, we see Dr. Biden at work on her laptop, which is resting atop a stack of books on an antique table in the aptly named space.

Photo credit: Vogue/Annie Leibovitz
Photo credit: Vogue/Annie Leibovitz

As for the Biden-era redecoration of this historic space, it appears that a number of antiques are on display, including a velvet Louis XVI-style settee and a floral porcelain lamp.

Before this, our first look at the interiors of the Biden White House came on Inauguration Day, when President Biden was at work in the famed Oval Office. Here, he introduced a bevy of portraits and busts of historical figures—including Eleanor Roosevelt, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Rosa Parks, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Martin Luther King Jr.—as well as the return of the royal blue Coat of Arms rug that was first seen during the Clinton years.

Photo credit: Vogue/Annie Leibovitz
Photo credit: Vogue/Annie Leibovitz

Also included in Dr. Biden’s Vogue cover shoot is a photo of the First Lady and her husband posing in the backyard of the White House, surrounded by lush landscaping and bluestone tiles.

You can read Dr. Biden’s entire Vogue’s cover story here.

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