Are you obsessive about being organized? In that case, Netflix’s new present Get Organized with The House Edit is for you. The brand new eight-episode collection follows the founders of The House Edit, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, as they convey their eclectic design-meets-organization tidying up model to the houses of disorganized movie star purchasers like Reese Witherspoon, Mandy Moore, and Khloe Kardashian.
Whereas anybody can arrange, Clea and Joanna have constructed up a whole empire round doing it in model, and viewers will get to see their particular model of cleansing up as they overhaul the houses of varied stars on the present. However in case you’re not already accustomed to The House Edit and its founders, the present’s hosts, hold scrolling to seek out out all the pieces you might want to learn about this aesthetically pleasing organizing duo.
‘The House Edit’ provides a lot extra than simply group inspiration.
Not like many social media accounts that solely market the enterprise aspect of issues, The House Edit can also be an perception into Clea and Joanna themselves. By social media, the duo opened a window into their lives, exhibiting followers the on a regular basis challenges of working a enterprise whereas additionally being moms and managing a family.
Whereas the account’s posts are an organizer’s dream of color-coded cabinets, lazy susans and clearly-labeled plastic bins, their tales supply an perception into the messier elements of their lives. Clea and Joanna satisfaction themselves on not solely having the ability to showcase their enterprise and completely happy purchasers, but in addition to point out off their personalities and let individuals comply with alongside on the down-to-earth journey to organizational perfection.
The result’s a social media presence that’s not solely aspirational, however extremely approachable, which understandably makes the duo some of the sought-after house organizers at this time.
On a mission to make group cool, The House Edit additionally branched out with a product line that features the instruments you might want to arrange your own home in addition to merch like t-shirts with enjoyable sayings like, “Surviving not Thriving” and “Champagne is Glowing Water.”