On January 20, 2017, the Obamas will move out of the White House and the Trumps will move in. First Lady Melania Trump has decided to have a special room just for her. According to her longtime makeup artist, Nicole Bryl, there will be a glam room in the White House.

Glam room in White House

It has not been revealed what Melania Trump will be wearing on Inauguration Day or how she will be made up, but Bryl said there is one thing that she knows for sure. After the first lady moves into the White House, the very initial thing she will do is to have a glam room designated exclusively for her hair, makeup and wardrobe sessions.

The room must have perfect lighting so Melania can maintain the look she is accustomed to having. Her complete beauty routine usually takes an average of one hour and 15 minutes if there are no interruptions.

Personalized items

A preservation committee must approve and oversee any changes made to the public spaces, guest suites, rooms on the first floor, and grounds of the White House. However, residents are allowed to add personal touches to their private living quarters on the top two floors. They have permission to have it painted, order new furniture, wall hangings, and bedding. They can decorate their living quarters to satisfy them. Therefore, adding a glam room for Melania is permissible.

Presidents' personal touches

This is not the first time; space has been personalised for residents at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. For instance, President Obama added a basketball court. Not only that, but he installed a swing set in the backyard for his two daughters. Malia was 10 years old at the time, and Sasha was 7. Obama offered to leave the swing set for 10-year-old Barron Trump, who will be the first little boy to live in the White House in more than 50 years.

After the Trumps had refused to keep the swing set, it was donated to charity.

President Richard Nixon added a one-lane bowling alley for his family and friends. Presidents Gerald Ford and John F. Kennedy built an outdoor swimming pool. President Jimmy Carter installed solar panels on the White House grounds that President Ronald Reagan was so graciously removed. President George W. Bush added low-flow faucets and toilets, solar heating, and CFL bulbs.

If you were moving into the White House, what personal touches would you add?