The Jungle Room!
Imagine having your ceiling and floor covered in thick, green shag carpet. One of your walls is a waterfall and the furnishings are heavy, carved wood that looks like it could be at a tiki party. Elvis had his own version of a man cave and his has become known as the Jungle Room. Located off the kitchen, the jungle room was a room that Elvis and his friends would hang out in. The room is decorated in animal prints, filled with exotic animals and plants. The furniture was called Witco and Elvis bought it in 1974 slightly on a whim. It is said that Vernon commented it was the ugliest furniture he had ever seen. This is also the very spot that Elvis recorded one of his albums, "From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis Tennessee". He also recorded some of "Moody Blue" in the Jungle Room.
Wondering where there's a giant panda in the chair? It was Lisa Marie's as a child. Speaking of Elvis' daughter, Lisa Marie she followed in her father's footsteps and also performed in this room. You can see the great lighting that the waterfall has once the natural light starts to fade from the outside.
The Jungle room also holds Elvis' portable phone. He was one of the first people to have a portable phone in the United States. While it may look like a suitcase to many of us, it was the top of technology in the 1970s. It even has a handwritten note taped to it which was done by Elvis for instructions.
If you take the Graceland tour, be sure to take your photo in the Jungle Room. Just remember you're standing in one of the very first man caves before they became a must have for every man in their house.