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Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are two friends who once started a home organization business in Nashville called The Home Edit, which grew entirely out of social media. Now, they have a Netflix show.
It’s one of those dream stories. Reese Witherspoon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Khloe Kardashian and others, one day casually slide into your DMs because they like your work, and poof, you have a TV spinoff.
But what’s made Clea and Joanna so popular on Instagram with followers is not only their gorgeous photos of pristine fridges, closets and shelves with everything in its particular place, but it’s also their “rainbow system” and genius tips that instantly catch your eye as you look at The Home Edit’s feed.
On the pair’s new Netflix show “Get Organized,” produced by none other than Reese Witherspoon, you’ll be able to see the tactics of the rainbow system, which Clea and Joanna have been using since 2015, come to life.
Trust me, after one episode you’ll be hooked — the way they organize everything into “zones” is so oddly satisfying. But one of the best parts of the show is that you’ll actually get to see inside some major celebs’ homes. Clea and Joanna tackle some serious clutter issues for Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, Khloe Kardashian and more.
But, one of the best parts is that everyday folks are also included. Friends and family members nominate a loved one with some organizational problems, and Clea and Joanna surprise them with a complete space re-org. If you love home renovation shows, this one’s even better.
While you’re binge-watching your way through the eight episodes of season one, you might be wondering how to implement Clea and Joanna’s organizing tricks at home.
Not only have the pair published books that include their now-famous methods, but they also have an entire collection of products at The Container Store that you can use to sort out (literally) your own clutter woes.
Shop: “The Home Edit Life: The No-Guilt Guide to Owning What You Want and Organizing Everything,” $19.99
And while we ooh and ahh at the homes getting a much-needed facelift in “Get Organized,” below are some of the products used in the show that you can shop now.
Shop: The Home Edit Pasta Canister, $16.99
Shop: The Home Edit Stacking Pantry Bin, $17.99
Shop: The Home Edit Clear Rolling Cart, $99.99
Shop: The Home Edit Divided Fridge Drawer, $19.99
Shop: The Home Edit Divided Freezer Bin, $17.99
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