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The U.S. Open is in full swing, and that means we’re in the mood to embrace sporty looks, green on green, and a preppy vibe more than at any other time of year. Whether that’s more clear-cut, like laying down a wool rug shaped like a tennis ball or drying off with a nostalgia-inducing towel, there are plenty of ways to get in on the athletic energy, across home and fashion, without sweating in the bleachers. Below are 24 playful pieces to work the tennis trend into your home, and they’re guaranteed to last far longer than the final match. 

For Bringing to the Court

While there are plenty of ways to incorporate tennis at home, getting on an actual court is just as viable. From a retro racket cover to an on-the-nose duffel, these will add an extra element of excitement to whacking the ball.

For Serving a Statement at Home

You could incorporate little touches to cultivate the tennis home trend, like a keychain or paper clip, but these larger items put the game front and center. Perfect example: A luxurious wool rug from Pieces Home looks like an abstract graphic pattern at first, but on further inspection, you’ll see it’s a net over a sky-blue court. 

For Hitting the Showers

If you haven’t thought about bringing fancy locker room energy into your bathroom before, these on-theme accessories might change that. They’re exactly what you’ll want around to decompress after a long day of work or play. From old-school logo towels to a tennis ball–colored shower curtain, these will get your space that much closer to an exclusive country club.

For Creating an Ambience

Turns out, there’s a whole world of tennis scents out there. Vacation’s isn’t one to snooze on, smelling of “freshly uncanned tennis balls” and “courtside cucumber sandwiches,” but neither is D.S. & Durga’s Eau de Parfum, with notes of “yellow fuzz” and “green grass.” If you’re looking for an even more literal interpretation, Amazon is full of green ball-shaped candles to scatter down your table for a viewing party. 

For Making That Signature Drink at Home

If you’ve been to the U.S. Open, you’ve probably sipped a Honey Deuce, the classic melon ball–topped cocktail sold at the tournament. For those more in the mood to drink one in an air-conditioned living room than while roasting under the sun, the below props will come in handy for achieving the tennis home trend. 

For Embracing a Vintage Vibe

There are plenty of ways to fill empty wall space aside from hanging art. Displaying hats, mirrors, and yes, even tennis rackets is a great way to diversify your gallery zone. It doesn’t take much digging to uncover the endless vintage options on Chairish, like the professionally distressed picks below.