Netflix’s Newest Organizational Show – Get Organized With The Home Edit

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In 2020, when all of us were stuck inside staring at the four walls of our home, Netflix came out with another organizational show called Get Organized with The Home Edit. Based on the extremely popular Instagram page, The Home Edit follows professional organizers, Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer, as they organize client’s homes for $250 an hour. Clients include everyday people, along with A-list celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Neil Patrick Harris, and Khloe Kardashian. 

Now, inevitably, there is a vast difference between the organizing project of a Kardashian versus a family in Atlanta, but there are still tips that can apply across the board. The Home Edit comes in with a team of helpers and takes a disaster of a room and turns it into an organized and aesthetically pleasing place. Armed with boxes from the container store and witty banter, these women transform a space in a fraction of the time it would take you or me. 

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The Home Edit is an organizational company that was founded in 2015. Since then the company has grown exponentially, most in part to its Instagram page. The page has picture upon picture of aesthetically pleasing organized homes and helps every person aspire to reach a high level of organization. The two women formed the business within 12 hours of meeting each other, and over the past 6 years have built a home organizing empire. They have worked with the hottest celebs, published a book, and now have their own tv show on Netflix. Though their organizational style isn’t for everyone, there are lessons that everyone can relate to on the show and maybe inspire you to tackle an organizational project in your home as well. 

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