First Lady Melania Trump revealed the White House Christmas decorations , and the holiday transformation definitely reflects her style. Following on from Michelle Obama's Lego "gingerbread" houses and snowman statues last year, the new look follows Trump's chosen theme of "Time-Honored Traditions." Click through to see the wreaths, trees, and lights welcoming visitors this season.
Over 150 volunteers spent 1,600 hours decorating the White House this past long weekend, using more than 18,000 lights. Some of those strands twinkle here in Cross Hall.
A sprig of mistletoe hangs near John Singer Sargeant's official portrait of Theodore Roosevelt in the .
Two of the 53 Christmas trees flank a nativity scene in the East Room. Melania Trump chose the theme "Time-Honored Traditions" to reflect 200 years of holiday celebrations at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The elaborate crèche includes all of the traditional figures.
Large containers of wintry branches line a walkway in the East Wing.
At the end of the hall, guests can find a tree decorated with the Trump family's official Christmas ornament. The gold-colored bauble features the presidential coat of arms encircled by a wreath of holly.
Decorators used over 1,000 feet of garland this year, including along this bannister.
The customary "official" tree stands in the Blue Room. The 19-and-a-half-foot Balsam fir displays glass ornaments with the seal of each state and territory.
The place settings in this smaller dining room match the china cabinets — and the elaborate floral arrangements.
In the State Dining Room, a miniaturized White House made of gingerbread is on display. The sugary confection weighs a whopping 350 pounds.
Flocked garlands line a doorway in the Grand Foyer.
Over 25,000 visitors will tour the White House this season, including the elaborate state parlors.
The White House states that Melania Trump personally chose every aspect of the decor. Framed depictions of holiday festivities grace windows in the Green Room.
After last year's adorable, the library now fittingly features a Christmas "tree" formed from books.
Another state parlor, the Red Room frequently hosts small dinner parties. The peppermint-colored decorations match accordingly.
A gold and green garland runs along the mantel in this room, which is the dedicated home for the portraits of First Ladies.
Outside, garlands, and bows welcome holiday visitors.
Wreaths will grace every window this year, a first for the White House holiday decorations.