Things Organized Neatly

One of my favorite blogs on the Internet is Things Organized Neatly. It is basically a catalogue of photos of random items organized in a visually pleasing way, whether that’s a dismantled camera, things that are cyan-colored, a collection of beach findings, a collection of antique bottles, lunch, or bathroom supplies.

Maybe it’s because I’m a Virgo, but I really like things that have a precise organizational system. Looking at pictures of them is soothing. Organizing them myself is soothing. Sometimes I even make infographics organizing information about my life, like how many books I read. I imagine that doing a puzzle with a picture of things organized neatly would be even more soothing (for me personally) than just doing some random puzzle.

So, without further ado, here, in alphabetical order, are some of the puzzles we have of things arranged in a really aesthetically pleasing manner.

Canned Veggies by Springbok / 500 pieces / Finished size: 18″ x 23.5″

Childhood Friends by White Mountain / 1000 pieces / Finished size: 24″ x 30″

Killer Cupcakes (World’s Most Difficult Series) by TDC Games / 500 pieces / Finished size: 15″ x 15″

Kitchen Herbs by Ravensburger / 1500 pieces / Finished size: 31.5″ x 23.5″

Pasta by Piatnik / 1000 pieces / Finished size: 26.5″ x 19.4″

Pencil Pushers by Springbok / 500 pieces / Finished size: 18″ x 23.5″

Plenty of Yarn by Cobble Hill / 1000 pieces / Finished size: 26.625″ x 19.25″

Spices by Ravensburger / 1000 pieces / Finished size: 27″ x 20″

Spices in Stone by Ravensburger / 1500 pieces / Finished size: 33″ x 23.5″

Teapots by Cobble Hill / 1000 pieces / Finished size: 26.625″ x 19.25″

Tiny Treasures by Springbok / 2000 pieces / Finished size: 34″ x 42.5″

Wine Gallery by Piatnik / 1000 pieces / Finished size: 26.5″ x 17.4″

 

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