Does Get Organized with The Home Edit beat out wildly popular Tidying Up with Marie Kondo? The new organizational show just premiered on Netflix on September 9th.
About Get Organized with The Home Edit
According to their website, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are California transplants living in Nashville. They met by way of a mutual friend and ultimately formed a business around their love of organization. Consequently, the goal of The Home Edit is to “reinvent traditional organizing, and merge it with design and interior styling.”
Surprisingly, Clea and Joanna built their business solely on social media marketing. Blossoming from a successful Instagram account, now they are in Martha Stewart, HGTV, People, Apartment Therapy, and The Huffington Post, to name a few. The Home Edit products are also available at The Container Store, John Lewis & Partners, and Canadian Tire.
The premise of their organization style falls into a couple of categories. From watching the first couple episodes on Netflix, it is apparent that Clea and Joanna are fans of zones and organizing things in order of the colors of the rainbow. Additionally, they organize things in closets based on their weight—for example, short-sleeved shirts, long-sleeved shirts, sweaters, to jackets. Even more aesthetically pleasing, within the weight categories, The Home Edit organizes by order of colors of the rainbow. However, it seems that matching hangers and clearly labeled items are of utmost importance.
Consequently, the great thing about Get Organized with The Home Edit is viewers get to see the organization process in a variety of rooms. Not only that, but Clea and Joanna also take you into the homes of “your next-door neighbors” and celebrities. In the first three episodes, fans of The Home Edit get an inside look into Reese Witherspoon’s new Nashville family home, Rachel Zoe’s marvelous closet/dressing room, and Khloe Kardashian’s multi-function garage.
What’s it like working with celebrities?
E!Online reports on Clea and Joanna’s thoughts on getting to work with celebrities. “It’s never not going to be surreal to walk into Reese Witherspoon’s house,” says Clea. Without a doubt, it’s exciting to work in Witherspoon’s closet. Clea elaborates, “We got to organize her memorabilia and her personal archive from the past TV shows, movies, awards shows gowns and all sorts of stuff.”
Additionally, E!Online shares their Top 25 celebrity The Home Edit organization transformations. Without surprise, Khloe Kardashian is number one. Fans of Keeping Up With the Kardashians are aware Khloe is into organization. “Your house is our favorite place to organize because you are a neat freak soul sister, and the kindest heart on this planet,” writes The Home Edit. In the episode featuring Khloe, the trio jokes several times that Clea and Joanna have a room at Khloe’s gorgeous home.
Coming in second, according to E!Online, is none other than Khloe Kardashian’s big sister, Kim Kardashian West. The Home Edit came to the rescue when Kim wanted to transition her pantry from plastic to glass. The Home Edit calls the transformation a “minimalistic pantry refresh.”
Surprisingly, coming in third are Country music sweethearts, Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins. The Home Edit gives new life their massive walk-in closet. This is an example of what E! calls “sharing is caring.”
All of that to say, Get Organized with The Home Edit is definitely a binge-worthy find on Netflix. The phenomenal lady boss pairing of Joanna and Clea is entertaining and educational. Do you enjoy watching home organization shows? Keep it tuned for TV Shows Ace for more binge it or leave it news.
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