11 Organization Tips from The Home Edit to Get Your Kitchen in Shape for Fall



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These organization tips from The Home Edit will help you get your house in shape for fall (and keep it that way all year round).

For those of us who have already re-watched “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” for inspiration decluttering our quarantine dens, there’s good news: “Get Organized with The Home Edit” is now available to stream on Netflix.

The unscripted series featuring celebrity organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, the duo behind the viral home organization company, follows the Nashville-based duo as they conquer clutter in the homes of  everyday people and celebrity clients alike (which isn’t a stretch for Shearer and Teplin who’ve worked with everyone from Katy Perry to Khloe Kardashian).



a close up of a newspaper: Joanna Teplin & Clea Shearer The Home Edit


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If you’ve ever audibly swooned over a rainbow of perfectly aligned cans of La Croix or longed for Busy Phillips’ delightfully organized and colorful pantry, you’re probably familiar with the work of The Home Edit and the beautifully organized spaces they create.



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Busy Philipps on Instagram: “My kitchen and pantry looked insane and the lovely ladies at @thehomeedit came and changed my life(I mean, at least my snacks)Also. It’s…”

Unlike Marie Kondo’s KonMari method which thrives on the joy of minimalism, The Home Edit takes a highly visual (read: Instagrammable) approach to home organization, using uniform containers, labeling, and color grouping. It’s perfect for maximalists and minimalists alike.

If you’re looking to whip your kitchen and pantry into shape (or simply want some helpful solutions for organizing the things that “spark joy”) here are a few key takeaways from The Home Edit method.

1. Start Small and Edit



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THE HOME EDIT ® on Instagram: “Our THE bins and drawers are perfect for under the sink ✨ Products from this post – along with THE book, and our other favorite items – are…”

The name says it all. The Home Edit doesn’t want you to get rid of your possessions, they want you to edit them. If being overwhelmed is an issue, start with the smallest areas of your kitchen, like your junk drawer. Pull out everything and group similar items together. Purge what you no longer use, like, or have in duplicates (for example, do you really need those two can openers?). Next, assess what containers you’ll need to organize your items.

2. Be Consistent



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THE HOME EDIT ®’s Instagram post: “Our favorite glass canisters 🌈✨ Products from this post – along with THE book, and our other favorite items – are available on our shop…”

According to The Home Edit, when it comes to organizing consistency is key. As Shearer tells House Beautiful, “if people have a hodgepodge of containers, it is the worst thing in the entire world.” We can think of worse things (like steak that’s been warmed up in the microwave or overcooked

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‘House Party’ Podcast: A New Voyeuristic Cleaning Trend; Our Honest Review of ‘Get Organized With The Home Edit’


“House Party” is realtor.com®’s official podcast about the overlapping worlds of real estate and pop culture, hosted by Natalie Way and Rachel Stults. Click the player above to hear our take on this week’s hot topics.

This week’s episode of “House Party” is all about tidying up. As promised, we discuss Netflix’s buzzy organizing show, “Get Organized With The Home Edit.” Did we love it? Did we hate it? Did it influence us to tackle the clutter in our own homes? Take a listen and hear our no-holds-barred review.


Other topics we discuss this week:

  • People are watching other people clean on YouTube. Huh? Dubbed “motivational cleaning videos,” they’re supposed to inspire you to get off the couch and clean your own home. Is this trend weird or inspiring? We have thoughts.
  • An update on J. Lo and A-Rod‘s Malibu, CA, beach house for sale
  • Tyler Perry‘s latest addition to his Atlanta estate
  • Justin and Hailey Bieber buy a mansion in Beverly Hills, CA—but we have to say, we kind of liked their old place better!
  • Rainn Wilson may have found a buyer for his suburban farm.
  • Plus, this week’s celebrity real estate winner and loser




Want more “House Party”? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And please: Throw us a five-star rating if you like what you hear. The more good ratings and reviews we have, the easier it is for people to find us.

Want to chime in? Have your own crazy home-related story you’re dying to share? We’re all ears, eagerly waiting to discuss all of your burning real estate questions on “The Mailbox” segment. Email us at [email protected], follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or tweet us @housepartypod on Twitter.


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