Christmas is coming early for political history nerds — a new online exhibit shows 3D models of how the Oval Office has changed over time.

American Home Shield, a home warranty company, says it researched the changes made by each president since 1909 to create the multi-dimensional renderings as part of its 50th anniversary celebration this year.

The depictions show the commander in chief's famed oval-shaped work area — originally built by President William Howard Taft — from 1909 through today, as President BidenJoe BidenRussia says 24 diplomats asked by U.S. to leave by September Biden discusses Canadian citizens detained in China with Trudeau Biden administration to keep Trump-era rule of turning away migrants during pandemic MORE occupies the West Wing space.


The company, which had a design team research images from the unofficial and virtual White House Museum and the White House Historical Association, wanted to "look back at the evolution of the most illustrious room in the nation's most famous house," it said in a statement about the project.

The renderings on its website show everything from President Harry Truman's blue-green-filled office, which was the first to have a rug with the presidential seal on it, to the President Ronald Reagan's Oval Office, which had increased the height of the Resolute Desk by two inches to prevent him from banging his knees on the drawers.

President George W. Bush's rug was designed by Laura Bush, and was intended "to evoke the optimism of sunrise." Biden's take on the iconic office includes a navy rug brought back from President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonNew spotlight on secretaries of state as electoral battlegrounds Bipartisan infrastructure win shows Democrats must continue working across the aisle Overnight Health Care: CDC details Massachusetts outbreak that sparked mask update | White House says national vaccine mandate 'not under consideration at this time' MORE's administration, along with a 3.9 billion-year-old moon rock.