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Who Are 'Get Organized With The Home Edit' Experts Joanna and Clea?

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Are you obsessed with being organized? If so, Netflix’s new show Get Organized with The Home Edit is for you. The new eight-episode series follows the founders of The Home Edit, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, as they bring their eclectic design-meets-organization tidying up style to the homes of disorganized celebrity clients like Reese Witherspoon, Mandy Moore, and Khloe Kardashian. 

While anyone can organize, Clea and Joanna have built up an entire empire around doing it in style, and viewers will get to see their special brand of cleaning up as they overhaul the homes of various stars on the show. But if you’re not already familiar with The Home Edit and its founders, the show's hosts, keep scrolling to find out everything you need to know about this aesthetically pleasing organizing duo. 

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Who are Clea and Joanna of 'The Home Edit'?

Clea Sherer and Joanna Teplin started their company, The Home Edit, back in 2015 after they both moved to Nashville as new moms because of their respective husbands’ jobs. They both had an organizing background, both were originally from California, and after meeting through a mutual friend, they immediately hit it off and began The Home Edit together. And when we say immediately, we mean the very same day they met. 

The company quickly rose to fame via the duo’s social media presence on Instagram. They now boast 1.6 million followers and count high-profile celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kacey Musgraves as their clients. 

Their services don’t come cheap, as the team charges up to $250 an hour to organize your home. Clea and Joanna have a pretty niche clientele who can afford their services, but the two savvy businesswomen have also used their social media account to showcase their personal lives, in addition to the business. 

'The Home Edit' offers so much more than just organization inspiration.

Unlike many social media accounts that only market the business side of things, The Home Edit is also an insight into Clea and Joanna themselves. Through social media, the duo opened a window into their lives, showing fans the everyday challenges of running a business while also being mothers and managing a household. 

While the account’s posts are an organizer’s dream of color-coded shelves, lazy susans and clearly-labeled plastic bins, their stories offer an insight into the messier aspects of their lives. Clea and Joanna pride themselves on not only being able to showcase their business and happy clients, but also to show off their personalities and let people follow along on the down-to-earth journey to organizational perfection. 

The result is a social media presence that’s not only aspirational, but highly approachable, which understandably makes the duo one of the most sought-after home organizers today.

On a mission to make organization cool, The Home Edit also branched out with a product line that includes the tools you need to organize your home as well as merch like t-shirts with fun sayings like, “Surviving not Thriving” and “Champagne is Sparkling Water.” 

The duo has also published two books The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals and The Home Edit Life: The No-Guilt Guide to Owning What You Want and Organizing Everything, to help readers learn how to organize their own closets, bathrooms, and pantries with Clea and Joanna’s signature methods.

So, grab some champagne and start binging Get Organized with The Home Edit streaming on Netflix.

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