The natural order of life, in fact, is disorder. Have you seen how the trees grow, or the flowers, or the grass? Although many plants can make their leaves and petals grow symmetrically, the truth is that there is no established order. The branches go everywhere and come in all sizes. Still, we can see nature as something precious and admirable.
However, the same does not seem to happen with the rest of the things in which we humans intervene. That is, in a forest, the trees can be whatever they want; however, the trees in a garden or orchard, if they are not pruned or aligned; they don’t look so pretty.
And so it happens with many other things in everyday life, such as plates, pencils or tiles on the floor. Many humans are used to the idea of perfection and when we find something that resembles it, we cannot help but feel great satisfaction. This is achieved to a greater extent by order.
Although there are some to whom that does not attract their attention; others take it to an extreme level. There are little people who are somewhat obsessed with order and try to ensure that everything is in its place, perfectly positioned. And we thank them for creating scenes that are a tremendous feast for the eyes.
1.Fabrics folded around cardboard make a big difference when it comes to storage.
The cardboard gives them support and prevents them from unfolding so easily.
2.This is something you don’t see every day in the supermarket.
3.Ordering books by size is fine, but doing it by color looks much better.
4.A shelf made from scrap wood to store leftover wood
5.Storing threads can be a problem
But not this time.