The East Colonnade of the White House is lined with double rows of see-through panels etched with more than 60 examples of American design, innovation and architecture, ranging from the Woolworth Building in New York City to the Space Needle in Seattle.
The White House Christmas decorations are here once again, and this year, first lady Melania Trump has selected the familiar theme of patriotism.
First Lady Melania Trump passes a hall of red Christmas trees at the White House in 2018.More news: Netflix Will Stop Working On Some Smart TVs This Weekend
According to a statement released by her office, each wing and room of the White House highlights a different aspect of "The Spirit of America".
The former model wore the same jacket and midi dress earlier in the day en route back to Washington, D.C. from the first family's Mar-a-Logo estate in Florida, where she spent Thanksgiving. She adds that she's "delighted to share this attractive exhibit of patriotism for all to see".
The video shows Melania opening a White House Advent calendar, straightening a ring of roses around the fireplace and strolling through the brightly lit hallways of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.More news: HIV rate continues decline to record low in British Columbia: Health Ministry
Melania Trump has dazzled Americans every year with the White House Christmas decorations, making The East Colonnade a must-have photo for visitors for the Christmas season.
The video also includes a nod to the First Lady's own work: a Scrabble ornament which spells out "Be Best", a homage to her public awareness campaign which centres around well-being for youth, and advocates against cyberbullying and drug use.
Christmas decor is shown at the White House in this image from video released on December 1, 2019. Continuing on the youth theme, among the Christmas tree ornaments there are also dominos and playing cards with cute animal designs on them.More news: Northeast gets its turn with messy storm of snow, rain, wind
The first lady unveiled the decorations in a tweet late Sunday night. The tree stands over five metres tall and comes from Pennsylvania.