Use old tennis balls as creative organizers to hold mail, keys and so much more!
Keep your kickstand from sinking into soggy ground by cutting a slit into a tennis ball and popping it on the end of your kickstand.
Use old tennis balls to keep cords organized and within easy reach.
Throw a couple of tennis balls into the pool to help skim oils off the top and keep it clean all summer long.
Behind the poolside patio, a wood railing overlooks a tennis court. After a day in the sun or a quick dip in the pool, the homeowners can grab their rackets and squeeze in a game or two before dinner.
Keep balloons anchored with an upcycled tennis ball.
Upcycle an old tennis ball into a discreet safe to hide in the junk drawer.
Easily sand curves with the help of a tennis ball wrapped in sanding paper.
Use a tennis ball to hide your cash in plain site. Simple cut a discreet line, hide your money inside, and toss in a junk drawer.
Show off a favorite find or collection by mounting it on the wall. In this bedroom, a quartet of vintage tennis rackets make eye-catching art over the bed.
Editor Liz Gray used a vintage tennis racket as the base for this yarn wall art.
Turn old tennis balls into adorable gift card holders with a DIY hat and a slit cut for the mouth.
To save money and cut down on harmful chemicals, cover a tennis ball in aluminum foil as a reusable alternative to dryer sheets.
The zippy style of this midcentury modern bedroom is punched up with bright colors, geometric prints and playful accents like the row of vintage tennis rackets on the wall above the bed.
This bright blue tennis court does more than encourage its owners to practice their serves; it also disguises a storm water infiltration area below. Multiple retaining walls were used to build up the hillside along the left property line as well.
For easy access to the tennis court, the landscape architects installed stone steps that lead down from the deck. Thanks to their neutral hues, the stairs also complement the wood railing.
Enjoy a game or two of tennis at this rustic mountain retreat. There's even a shaded seating area for spectators.