Netflix Taps 'The Home Edit' Experts for Series That Will Make You Want to Re-Organize Your Closet

September 11, 2020

Move over, Marie Kondo.

First, Netflix wanted to help you clean out your closets and get rid of clothes that you don't wear, and now it wants to help you completely organize your home!

The streaming giant is inspiring viewers to declutter their homes with the latest series, “Get Organized with The Home Edit.”

The show follows “The Home Edit” founders Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, who have amassed two million followers on Instagram, as they help both celebrities and everyday people get organized.

The eight-episode season features familiar faces like Reese Witherspoon, Khloe Kardashian, Retta, Eva Longoria, and Neil Patrick Harris.

“This is my dream, dream, dream project that you guys would come and help me organize,” Witherspoon, who serves as the show’s executive producer, exclaims in the trailer.

The Nashville-based duo helped the actress organize her movie memorabilia.
In another episode, they tackled Longoria’s son’s closet, who called them "the organizational gurus" in another episode.

"Our intention for everything we do is to give people the tools to make a system smart, sustainable, and beautiful," they reveal in the trailer.

In an effort to apply to a broad audience, each episode features the reorganization of one celebrity home and one regular family home.

So what’s the method to the madness? Shearer and Teplin like to organize items by color and label containers and boxes, which declutter spaces.

Since the show premiered on September 9, it’s taken social media by storm with viewers expressing their delight.

One user needed his "room reorganized” after watching.

Another noted that they “never knew that they’d be so into houses being reorganized.”

And a third user said that a few episodes in and she’s “dying to re-organize” her closet.

If you’re in the mood to clear up your space, you can stream the series now and get inspired.

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