There’s a hashtag on Instagram called #ThingsOrganizedNeatly. Under the hashtag, you’ll find a plethora of images that users took of things arranged neatly, almost obssessive compulsively even.
If you hadn’t known about the hashtag, you might have come across a Tumblr blog that collects all these pictures. Chances are if that’s not the case then you may have seen the photos circulating the World Wide Web. But if you’ve somehow just never came across any of the images, you’ll now get to see these 20 pictures showcasing various things organized neatly.
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Who needs a proper museum type display when you do this? Definitely more interesting.
Image source: The Telegraph
A simple yet creative way to keep tabs on all the bottle caps.
Photographer Emily Blincoe arranges them beautifully by gradient.
Some people have too much time on their hands. Or maybe they’re just a bit loopy.
Trash has never looked so fascinating (or colorful).
Ursus Wehrli likes to take things apart and rearrange them like this bouquet of flowers.
Or more accurately, a deconstructed burger arranged in a grid by Pete Forester.
This is too cute to not include in this list.
Phil Cohen knows how to keep things classy and stylish with his arrangement.
Architect Patrick Bradley knows that he’s a valuable tool as well.
Photographer Sam Kaplan decided to change things up in this arrangement.
It’s interesting to see the various parts of an old vintage camera laid out neatly.
Consoles and cartridges for a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
Okay, so they are not supremely organized but close enough. And still pretty.
This massive collection showcases Tabasco chilli peppers from Dan Bigelow’s garden.
Or a day out at the beach. I like that it’s color coordinated.
Emily Blincoe features her aunt with her rock collection arranged around her.
What would I give to have all these art supplies that Olivia Serrill photographed.
Brazilian rock band Johnny Flirt were photographed with their instruments and equipment.
Image source: Matheus Pena
This exhibition wall resides in the Museum für Naturekunde in Berlin, Germany.
Image source: Museum für Naturekunde