History of the Oval Office

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Through the years, many presidents have sat behind the desk in the famous Oval Office. Upon entering and leaving the White House, each president also leaves his mark on the famous round room. We've compiled this list showcasing the different styles incorporated in the room by the presidents themselves. Can you guess which oval office belongs to which president? Who favored orange? And which one had a bearskin rug?
 
Prior to President Obama's first term, the first family  tapped designer Michael Smith (who has worked with Steven Spielberg, Dustin Hoffman and Michelle Pfeiffer) to redecorate the White House. But they didn't expect immediate changes in President Barack Obama's Oval Office. Upon entering, Obama was still admiring the sunburst rug that former President George W. Bush had installed. "He just loves that rug," an Obama advisor  told reporters.
 
View the slideshow above to guess which oval office belongs to which president.
 
For more White House Fun, check out White House Culinary Secrets and Presidential Inauguration Meals Throughout the Years from our friends at Kitchen Daily!
 
Photo Credit: Pete Souza, White House/Getty Images
 
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