The Masters 2017: Top Players Fashion & Interior Design Pairings

Here in Aiken, the excitement for the Masters Tournament at Augusta National is palpable. People are renting out their homes to incoming visitors, the city landscape is manicured to perfection, green Masters hats and shirts can be seen all around town, and a general excitement is felt by all.

One of the {many} interesting things about the Masters is that you’re able to preview what many tour professionals will be wearing at Augusta National— before they even begin playing! Various apparel companies released photos of the outfits that their players will be wearing. Which means that we gain insight into their fashion line-up, before they even tee off. Pretty cool, huh?

We thought it would fun to pair some of the 2017 Master’s Tournament fashions with some of our Nandina designed rooms. Take a look at how we imagine players like Jordan Spieth & Rory McIlroy would have their homes designed…

RICKIE FOWLER:

Puma in shades of blue & white, and a new “flagstick camo” print.

Kitchen designed with blue accents, white subway tile, and stainless steel appliances.

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Fashion photo: Puma

RORY MCILROY:

Nike in darker shades of red/burgundy with black and grey pants, shoes & hat.

Living room designed with clean lines in a neutral color palette with pops of red.

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Fashion photo: Nike

JORDAN SPIETH:

Under Armour in multiple shades of blue and a clean silhouette.

Living room designed with bright blue colors, modern lines, and sophisticated symmetry.

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Fashion photo: Under Armour

SERGIO GARCIA:

Adidas in shades of teal and magenta with a faded effect on the polo shirts.

Transitional style living room with geometric accents and an upholstered teal chair.

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Fashion photo: Adidas

JUSTIN THOMAS:

Polo Golf in bold colors and patterns with a modern silhouette.

Dining room designed with contemporary style, blue and white colors, and stylish patterns.

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Fashion photo: Ralph Lauren

JASON DAY:

Nike in a bold orange color with neutral pants, shoes, and hat.

This transitional style living room was designed with bright, bold colors & patterns, and rustic elements.

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Fashion photo: Nike

BILL HAAS:

Pete Millar relaxed and traditional style silhouettes in soft colors and lots of layers.

Timeless bedroom design with a canopy bed, layered bedding, and a sophisticated, cool color palette.

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Fashion photo: Peter Millar

DUSTIN JOHNSON:

Adidas in modern shades of teal, magenta, silver & navy, on simple silhouettes.

Contemporary kitchen design with simple lines and a silver/grey color palette. Very modern and sleek.

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Fashion photo: Adidas

We can’t wait to watch the tournament — not just to see who takes home the coveted green jacket, but also to check out their style!

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Thanks for reading!

4 Comments

  1.   Posted by Ida Zeger

    I like all of it! Too bad you aren’t on Hilton Head.

    Posted April 4, 2017 at 5:33 pm | Reply
    •   Posted by Susan

      Thank you so much, we really appreciate all of your positive feedback Ida!

      Posted April 5, 2017 at 10:05 am | Reply
  2.   Posted by Jane Brake

    Is there no end to the creativity of you Nandina Gals! Very clever and a super idea!

    Posted April 5, 2017 at 2:30 pm | Reply
    •   Posted by Susan

      Thanks Jane! 🙂

      Posted April 11, 2017 at 12:27 pm | Reply

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