Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Official - Smith is the White House Decorator

It appears to be official - Michael Smith is the White House decorator. Per a post on Domino magazine's website '"A spokesperson from President-elect Barack Obama's transition team has revealed to domino magazine's editor in chief Deborah Needleman that Smith's dream was about to come true."

Click here for the full article. I wonder if this means Domino might have the inside track to publishing the finished rooms?

This is much more interesting than showing you a photo of the hundreds - if not thousands, of port-a-johns (sp?) that now surround the mall and Constitution Ave. Yesterday driving into DC I was amazed to see how many there were - and then driving back home even more amazed to see the number had grown.

9 comments:

London Calling said...

Scoop.

Charlie said...

I love his work, cannot wait to see the finished product!

Maya said...

Funny..., the image of all the port-a-john's in the area.
Maya
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(my blogger thingy does not work)

Lauren said...

Can't wait to see it finished!!

Dianne said...

The Obama's have shown great taste in selecting Smith!

alice said...

Now we have Michelle's Inaugural gown and this to look forward too! Can't wait to see both!

Things That Inspire said...

Yes - you got the scoop! Now I need to buy his book, I have had my eye on it for ages.

I would love to see some current pictures of the private rooms of the White House. I saw the Clinton era decor in an old Traditional Home recently, but I don't think I have seen any George and Laura Bush era pictures of the private rooms.

maison21 said...

I WAS ROBBED!

michelle promised me the job, i swear!

oh, well- that's politicians for you - making all kinds of promises to get a vote. congratulations to mr. smith, then- i'm very curious to see the results. it would be great to see a bit of refined california casual in the white house.

Colour Me Happy said...

It will be interesting to see which spaces he gets to work on!

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