7 Awesome BJJ Belt Displays To Spruce Up Your Home

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Looking for BJJ belt displays to show off your progress in jiu-jitsu?

Belt displays are an awesome way to spice up your home or apartment.

You get to share your love for jiu-jitsu AND make your pad look better.

They also make a great gift for any jiu-jitsu player.

In this article, I'll share some of the coolest BJJ belt displays: from racks, cases, hangers, and more.

I'll also show you creative BJJ belt display ideas if you want to make one yourself.

Let's dive in.

pine box bjj belt display rack

This option is for you if you're looking for a BJJ belt display that requires no assembly. It contains five slots, each 2.25 inches wide and 6 inches deep to hold belts of any size. You can also remove shelves so that you can style the display in your own way. Looks fantastic on any countertop. If you want to hang it, it includes optional screws/drywall anchors.

katana martial arts belts display

Pay homage to jiu-jitsu's Japanese origins with this gorgeous maple wooden Katana belt display. With space for 12 belts, this hand-crafted BJJ belt display has more than enough space for all your belts. You can also customize the engraving, adding your name and a short quote underneath it.

hanging bjj belt display

This hanging BJJ belt display hosts both your belts and medals. The only equipment you'll need to install it is a Philips head screwdriver. It's made of pine wood, and features adjustable elastic strings to keep your belts in place. This picturesque display is a great way for you to show off your progression in jiu-jitsu for everyone to see.

jiu jitsu belt display shelf

A basic BJJ belt display to hang on your wall, this shelf has enough space for 5 belts. It also has a nice hook at the end to host the belt you're currently training with, so you can quickly grab it and go train. It's super simple to assemble — you just push the pieces into their grooves and hang it up the included screws or anchors.

metal bjj belt display

Looking for a different material for your BJJ belt display hanger other than wood? This American-made belt hanger is made of high-quality stainless steel, giving it a modern and sleek look. At the top of the hanger it says "jiu-jitsu," and you can add a male or female grappler silhouette next to it. The perfect piece of jiu-jitsu art.


This high-quality oak BJJ belt display is perfect for Gracie BJJ grapplers, as it features the Gracie logo at the top. It's shipped premade so you don't have to assemble it yourself. All you have to do is fold up your belts, stick them in the loops, and you're done! You can even request a customized version, where instead of the Gracie logo, you can request your own graphic/engraving.


If you're looking for a true piece of BJJ art, this walnut frame custom BJJ belt display is for you. Instead of hanging up your BJJ belts, this case is for displaying your belts in a circular wrap — like the growth rings on the inside of a tree. You can customize the case to feature whatever you'd like: a logo, belt promotion dates, your name, or whatever else you'd like. A gorgeous way to demonstrate your love for jiu-jitsu!

Creative BJJ Belt Display Ideas

Want to make your own BJJ belt display?

If you're looking for examples of creative BJJ belt display ideas, here are a few pictures from @bjjbeltcollector:

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Also, check out your local arts and crafts store for materials and inspiration.

You can also find more pictures and ideas on Pinterest.

BJJ Belt Displays Conclusion

If you've earned yourself a few jiu-jitsu belts, show it off with one of these displays.

It's a great way to make your home or apartment more interesting — and show off your progress in jiu-jitsu.

What is your favorite BJJ belt display? What do you do with your belts?

Leave a comment in the section below and let me know.

Happy rolling. 🤙

tsavo neal bjjequipment.com

Tsavo Neal

Tsavo is the founder of BJJ Equipment, an assistant BJJ instructor at InFighting, and a BJJ purple belt. He's a passionate hobbyist and BJJ gear/equipment aficionado. He launched BJJ Equipment in 2022 to make it easy for grapplers to find the best BJJ gear so they look, feel, and perform at their best on the mats.

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