• Melania Trump may have designed Barron Trump's bedroom at the White House
  • The FLOTUS received a $100,000 budget to redecorate the White House
  • Melania Trump and Donald Trump have not spent the night together in forever 

Melania Trump reportedly has a talent for designing a room that she may have designed Barron Trump’s bedroom at the White House.

According to Cheat Sheet, when the FLOTUS redesigned the White House before she and Barron moved in three years ago, she made sure to create a layout that may have also extended to her son’s bedroom.

Prior to Donald Trump’s election, Barack and Michelle Obama had two daughters living in the White House. Since Trump and Melania have a son, and Barron is the first young boy to live in the Oval Office in about 50 years, he could’ve gotten a special room.

The first lady also hired a Ralph Lauren designer to change the White House’s private quarters. According to Women’s Wear Daily, the FLOTUS tapped Tham Kannalikham to redecorate some of the rooms in the White House.

“While pundits and comedians have mused about the likelihood of an Oval Office adorned with gold and marble accents … their White House is likely to be more toned down given Kannalikham’s ethos,” they reported.

Trump’s wife received a $100,000 budget to redecorate the private living quarters, but she wasn’t allowed to touch any of the historic rooms. Melania also shockingly chose her own bedroom that is separate from her husband.

The FLOTUS’s room houses another room that is used to store the first lady’s makeup, wardrobe, and hair products.

In the book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” author Michael Wolff claimed that Melania loves her bedroom so much that she refuses to sleep in Trump’s bedroom.

A source also told Us Weekly that the first couple has not spent the night together ever. As such, it is unclear how and where they made their son Barron almost 14 years ago.

Melania and Donald’s unique sleeping arrangement has led fans and critics to think that their marriage is on the brink of a divorce.

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U.S. President Donald Trump (C) departs the White House with first lady Melania Trump (R) and their son, Barron (L), February 01, 2019 in Washington, DC. Win McNamee/Getty Images