Always on the cutting edge of fashion, Elvis acquired an exotic and unique style and Graceland is where fans can truly experience one of the king's artistic masterpieces. In a new article posted on The Wall Street Journal, writer Helen Kirwan-Taylor describes the king's home as "kitsch before it was cool" and said Graceland's interior design is worth another look.
"I do think that there is certainly, and always has been, a move toward the grandeur and rigorously perfect color scheming of Graceland," stated London-based interior designer David Bentheim. "But few can achieve the perfection and almost naive simplicity of 'le style Gracelands.'"
Fans can explore the origins of Graceland's interior design from when Elvis first bought the property in 1957. The article mainly focuses on the Music Room where Elvis often entertained friends and family around the piano. According to the article, gold is now in high demand for design and now is the best time to copy the king's impeccable taste.
Read the complete article "Elvis's Style Is King Again" by visiting WSJ.com.