For me, it is not.
While of course I love to browse the glossy pages of my favourite home décor magazine I do not desire to live my day to day life in such surroundings. Gasp! Gasp! in disbelief. I envision my home as a safe haven for myself and my dearest people. We live here, we do things here. It is a home of living. Living is messy. That’s ok.
Your space can still be an oasis of organisation and order. Because there is a place to put things away it’s not a big deal to take them out and use them. Anyone coming into the space with a degree of common sense (although this is a skill that is losing its commonality) can easily find where things ought to be. If there is some quirky, original hidey hole for something then it is labelled. Anyone can put the laundry away, the dishes away, the art supplies away.
If you think about it, most things do not fit only in one specific space. There can still be reasonable peace if a blanket is not in the blanket box but on the couch if it’s folded neatly. If a glass is put on a neighbouring shelf or the remote is not directly in front of the telly but on a side table – this is not the forerunner of a state of emergency.
Reasonable, manageable order is the idea of organisation that I try and maintain. I want to live my life not have it as my master.