The following image appeared in the March 2008 issue of Architectural Digest
in an article titled "At Home with History in the White House."
|Above: Busts of George Washington and Benjamin Franklin flank the Cabinet Room's 1902 mantel—the only feature to move from room to room as the cabinet's meeting place changed. The bowed ends of the new rug, from Edward Fields, echo the curve of the north and south walls. Drapery fabric, Scalamandre. Pendant fixtures from Gibson & Gibson.|