Take a look at Bill and Hillary Clinton’s home –> Today we are going to visit Bill and Hillary Clinton’s home nestled on Whitehaven Street in the tony Massachusetts Avenue neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The view enchanted the couple because it is simply relaxing. The gardens are the most amazing and from the third floor you can see the trees and in the background the British embassy, it’s like being in old London or New York.
One of the Ms.Clinton demands was to have an amazing garden where she could walk over the lush, and feel peace. Furthermore, the family prefers to entertain outside. They have lots and lots of outdoor events, hundreds and hundreds of people sometimes. So, having a place that offered all of this was a must.
This expansive solarium it’s a favorite spot for Ms. Clinton to meet with people, lie down and read, or take a nap. Two velvet tiger-print chairs and an antique Serapi rug are part of a larger color story of warm reds and caramels that are meant to be both inviting and cozy.
Through the imposing, sharp pen the Spear console was designed. From the Ancient Rome comes its inspiration, bringing a timeless design to this art piece. A symbiosis of toughness and elegance, perfect to bring an environment to its most luxurious ambiance.
The living room and entryway are painted in Ms. Clinton’s favorite color: pale yellow. Early 19th-century Italian fruitwood sconces flank one of three paintings the Clintons purchased when in Hanoi, Vietnam and a photo from a skit the couple once performed at a White House Correspondents’ Dinner sits atop a mirrored table by Amy Howard are the centerpieces of this room.
The zenith between elegance and balance, the Suspicion console is daringly sculpted in stone and fills any room with lavishing luxury. This console is the epitome of intricate equilibrium, joining marble with fine brass lines.
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The home’s second floor features large photos, portraits of the President, Ms. Clinton, and Chelsea. They’ve talked about putting paintings there several times, but the fact is, when people come to a reception, they want to know it’s their home.