Here's What a Trump White House Would Look Like

Here's What a Trump White House Would Look Like

Bb2f52a9d1ee9ea79d943ce0a619f0977664129a?auto=compress&w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Jennifer Hunter
Aug 21, 2015
(Image credit: Jennifer Hunter)

Every day that ticks by brings our country closer to the 2016 Presidential election and the very real possibility that Donald Trump will be on that ballot. Political beliefs aside, you have to admit that Trump does have a signature style. It's bold, it's gold and if he happens to make it all the way to the White House, you know he'd want to make a few changes to feel more at home. Here's what we predict.

Luckily for taxpayers, the decor itself won't need too much sprucing up. Much of the gilded, Baroque furnishings of the White House already pass the Trump test.

Trump probably won't be willing to wait until after his term is over to get his face on some legal tender. His first order of business? See himself in green. Small bills won't do; he'd want to replace Ben Franklin on the $100. Chump Trump change.

The oval office will obviously get a chair upgrade.
(Image credit: Shutterstock)

No more made-to-order meals, the White House kitchen will now work overtime to crank out a 24-hour all-you-can-eat buffet boasting the best shrimp cocktail in D.C.

The busy Lincoln bedroom is far too plain for Trump's taste so it will get the full treatment with Trump collection furniture and a Trump brand Serta mattress (yep, that's a thing).

The White House lawn? It's now a golf course. Nine holes with a killer sand trap.

(Image credit: Trump)

As first lady, Melania puts together a gift bag for visiting dignitaries. It contains only the best of the best Trump products: natural spring water, a copy of the book Midas Touch and a bottle of Empire cologne.

Bowling is for the hoi polloi so Trump turns the basement bowling alley into an underground casino. Tour groups start to notice constant faint jangling.

Finally, don't forget Trump's lasting gift to future presidents: those famous columns coated in 24 karat gold. His true style legacy.

Terrified? Loving this idea? All you can do is vote.

Created with Sketch.