Get ready to open the closet to Netflix’s new clutter buster series, taking celebrities homes from messy to organization skills level 101.
The show sees a team of tidying experts visit the homes of well-known film actors and reality stars such as Reese Wetherspoon and Khloe Kardashian, either going through their sock drawer or colour-coding their food pantry.
It has quickly become a popular watch since Season 1 was released this week, taking a modern spin on the UK’s classic How Clean Is Your House, but replacing cleanliness with extremely satisfying storage systems.
There is one main question on everyone’s minds though. How much does The Home Edit charge? We found out the costs behind the organizing team’s amazing work!
Meet The Home Edit team
Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer, both from California, currently live in Nashville. The pair were brought together to share their love for organization by a mutual friend. According to their website, it was “friendship at first text, and business partnership immediately after”.
They launched The Home Edit with hopes to reinvent traditional organising, and merge it with design and interior styling. The Netflix stars launched a book in March 2019, which led to their Instagram page taking off and growing in popularity as a business.
Their book The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals helps readers to tackle the contents inside their drawers, and how to arrange them in an easy-to-find way. Now their jobs involve visiting high-end homes across Hollywood and helping them to organise everything perfectly.
There’s a new series on Netflix called ‘Get Organized with The Home Edit’ and let me tell you how satisfying it is to watch people organize other peoples stuff for my 30-year-old-anxious-ass
— This is Kirsty, Go for Kirsty (@KirstBallard) September 9, 2020
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How much does The Home Edit charge?
- Prices start from $185 an hour
The Home Edit’s in-home services vary between different cities, with rates based on the team of two organizers Joanna and Clea. Homes in Detroit and Nashville are the cheapest, at $185 per hour, while the most costly areas are Bay Area, San Francisco, DC Metro, Los Angeles, New York and Orange County, all priced at $250 an hour.
Another service will soon be available in South Florida at $195, however it has not been revealed when. According to their website, each trip they make is quoted specifically based on number of days, location, time of year and number of team members, including hotel, airfare and expenses.
They don’t even have to visit you, as Joanna and Clea also offer an online virtual DIY for $350, as well as other services. It includes emails, a complete set of instructions and a suggested shopping list for products.i
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The Home Edit on Instagram
You can follow The Home Edit on Instagram at @thehomeedit for all your satisfying home decor needs. The team regularly post colour-coded clothes, pantries, and for all the shoe lovers out there, they even posted a closet of shoes – from pinks to blues to yellows. They have an impressive 1.9 million followers, including Khloe Kardashian.
For the team’s personal Instagram accounts, Clea can be followed at @cleashearer, however it doesn’t look like Joanna has her own profile. We can’t wait to see what other celebrities’ homes they have transformed!
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