The series “Get organized with The Home Edit method” is released, with the gurus of the fashion order in the United States.
After the furore for the Japanese Marie Kondo and her revolutionary method of organizing a house more efficiently, it was logical that other gurus of order appeared in different parts of the world.
Clea Shearer y Joanna Teplin are the new favorite experts of celebrities in the United States, with clients like Reese Witherspoon, Gwyneth Paltrow y Mindy Kaling. Best-seller authors and leaders of the innovative home organization company “The Home Edit”, come to Netflix with a series.
El reality Get organized with The Home Edit method premieres next Wednesday, September 9. Along the eight episodes, Shearer and Teplin put all their talents to work to conquer clutter with practicality, humor and good taste – the perfect combination to dramatically transform the lives of their clients.
From his home state of Tennessee to New York and California, each hour-long chapter explores an organizing project for a famous, plus another for an ordinary person, illustrating the duo’s particular way of fusing aesthetics with functionality to inspire those seeking a more organized life.
Rachel Zoe, Khloé Kardashian, Eva Longoria, Marietta “Retta” Sirleaf, Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, Jordana Brewster, and Kane and Katelyn Brown are other celebrities who are part of the clientele of these ladies of the order, and who were part of this reality series.
Clea and Joanna currently live in Nashville. They met through a mutual friend and, according to them, “it was friendship at the first text message.” They soon became commercially associated with the initial goal of reinventing the traditional organization and merging it with interior design and style.
While each project of “The Home Edit” is based on functional systems that can be maintained in the long term, these experts of the order place the same emphasis on transforming the space visually and adding a particular “stylized aesthetic”, depending on the client and what each home offers.
The duo, who grew their business through social media, offers the ability to reorganize all spaces in the home, from bedrooms and kitchens to closets and pantries. Each project receives meticulous attention to detail through carefully considered systems.
One of the keys to his method is that a house should be at most 80% occupied. Her advice when it comes to tidying is to start with specific areas that are small and easy to approach, such as a drawer. And from there, continue with more complex sectors, such as cabinets or bathroom furniture.
“You should always tackle a space from beginning to end before moving on to the next,” says Joanna in the book. The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals.
As it happened with To order with Marie Kondo!, the reality show that Netflix premiered in 2019 and that transformed the Japanese into a global phenomenon, Get organized with The Home Edit method aims to catapult Shearer and Teplin to other regions beyond the US.
The reality show is executive produced by Witherspoon herself, Charlotte Koh and Cynthia Stockhammer, from “Hello Sunshine”; Tom Forman, Jenny Daly and Jon Beyer, from “Critical Content”; Molly Sims, and the showrunner Tess Gamboa Meyers.