A perfectionist is a person that refuses to accept anything short of perfection.
It's very hard for a person to be perfect. In fact, it's impossible. There's too many different perspectives and opinions for even just one person to be perfect in everyone's eyes. People, however, can organize objects into perfection.
Perfectionist or not, seeing objects neatly organized together can bring a person a lot of fulfillment that they didn't expect to feel. Whether it's an assortment of color coordinated items or an arrangement of just neatly placed items, there's just something about these layouts that might make you feel a type of way.
We know it has that effect on us. Check out the photos below and see what effect it has on you.
#1. A gradient of iced coffee in an ice cube tray.
Perfectly transitioning from a creamy color to the darkest of browns.
#2. A separation of pencils shavings from No. 2 Ticonderoga pencils.
There’s just something about this photo that makes me feel whole.
#3. A section of Carla Hartman's 950+ piece PEZ collection.
It was featured in the “Eye of the Collector” exhibit at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas.
#4. A simple meal with a very organized arrangement.
Who would have known a meal that involved hot dogs and tater tots could look this perfect?
#5. A wavy pile of plastic bottles.
Bet you didn’t know they were plastic bottles.