Move Over, Marie Kondo: Netflix’s Next Decluttering Show Stars Two Celeb-Favorite Organizers

published Aug 21, 2019
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The plethora of experts advising us on how to get our stuff in order means that stockpiling organizational tips has become a relatively easy task. Applying them is something altogether different, but if you’re a visual learner, perhaps The Home Edit’s forthcoming Netflix series will be a source of motivation to *finally* begin your personal decluttering journey.

Brought to us courtesy of Reese Witherspoon’s production company Hello Sunshine, the unscripted lifestyle show will follow organizational experts Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin as they transform the homes of celebrities and everyday clients into tip-top, clutter-free spaces. 

Named for the redesigning duo’s company and best-selling book “The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals,” the series is comprised of eight hour-long episodes, each of which will feature two projects that are in need of Shearer and Teplin’s signature restructuring tactics.

Based on what Shearer and Teplin told us about their home organization techniques, we can expect them to start small, tackling minor messes like junk drawers first, then categorizing the room’s contents before deciding what can stay and what absolutely must go.  

The Home Edit’s new Netflix series comes on the heels of “Master the Mess,” Shearer and Teplin’s series which made its debut last year on DirecTV’s streaming platforms.

Clients of the popular organizing pair include Mindy Kaling, Kacey Musgraves, Molly Sims, and Gwyneth Paltrow.  Shearer and Teplin also have a signature collection of organizing products at The Container Store, plus a partnership with Amazon Alexa to dole out tidy-centric tips they use on a daily basis.

If you or someone you know is interested in getting a first-class residential decluttering on a future episode of The Home Edit (and if you’re comfortable having your mess exposed to the masses),  head over to to nominate someone or apply.