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5 ways to organize your sneakers

The best and most aesthetically pleasing ways to organize every sneakers collection

5 ways to organize your sneakers The best and most aesthetically pleasing ways to organize every sneakers collection
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Now that many of us have spent the majority of the year indoors, keeping your home and - more importantly - your sneaker collection organized and clean has become a must, since it's something you can't ignore when it's literally staring you in the face 24/7. Even if you just have a few pairs of kicks to your name, it's time to stop hoarding them in boxes and start showing them off by displaying them in the best way possible.

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Credits: Charles Michalet
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@helsoe
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@diln_
@inslopez
@inslopez
@sallyssneakers
@looseunicorns
@sherlina
@wideawakearthquake

So, how do I go about doing that, you may be beginning to wonder? There's no need to worry because the nss G-Club is here to provide you with a variety of ideas on how to best arrange and showcase your kicks, including bookshelves, shelving units, drop-down boxes, and floating shelves. What's your favorite one?



Drop-Front boxes

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This would simply not be a sneaker organization guide without including these. Because of sneaker YouTube, the drop-front box has become a must-have for budding sneakerheads. The ability to stack in whichever manner you want and move whenever you want makes the possibilities endless. Although, from a sustainability and affordability standpoint, these are not the best choices. Nonetheless, these boxes are extremely versatile, making them ideal for those who have acquired tens of hundreds of kicks over the years.

 

Bookshelves

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As seen all over Instagram, using a standard bookshelf to showcase your sneakers has become a huge trend in the last year or so, especially amongst female sneakerheads to categorize your sneakers. It's one of the most inexpensive ways to store your kicks in a neat and tidy fashion.

 

Shelving units

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Not to be confused with bookshelves, shelving units are much more open and typically larger in size. This is best suited for larger spaces and is ideal for those who want to keep their books, vases, and other trinkets all in one place.You can get really creative with this, and it can be a lot of fun to try to match your sneakers with other treasured objects. Plus, this makes your sneakers seem more like precious items, rather than just something you wear on your feet.

 

Floating shelves

Do you want to replicate the super slick, sneaker store aesthetic in your own home? If so, this option may be ideal for you. Small and virtually invisible shelves are excellent for filling up a blank wall to display your sneakers like trophies for a highly minimal look. With limited room its easy for your sneakers to fall off, so it isn't the most efficient solution. Yet, it's a feasible alternative for minimalistic sneakerheads.

 

Acrylic sneaker boxes

Finally, the most lavish of them all are the acrylic sneaker boxes. These boxes are meant for your most cherished pairs, kept safe and secure in a robust box while your sneakers remain completely visible to the naked eye. These boxes, which cost much more than the drop-front boxes, are not designed to be tossed around or even stacked. Aside from the fact that the boxes are fragile, they are unquestionably the most gorgeous available.