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'Get Organized With The Home Edit': Netflix's New Reality Series Is A Must For All Clean Freaks

'Get Organized With The Home Edit': Netflix's New Reality Series Is A Must For All Clean Freaks

Netflix has launched a new home-makeover show, where we'll be offered sneak peaks into the homes of stars including Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, and Khloe Kardashian, among others.

Named Get Organised With The Home Edit, the show premieres on September 9th, and stars founders of The Home Edit Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin - who are basically the world's biggest clean freaks (and we mean that entirely as a compliment).

The eight episode series will see the ladies tackle the homes of celebs and regular people alike and help them revolutionise their spaces so that they're spick and span.

Check out a trailer below:

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The series is produced by Reese Witherspoon's production company Hello Sunshine, and she also acts as an executive producer on it, as well as appearing herself.

Other stars opening their doors include Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtk - and throughout the course of the show, Joanna and Clea will declutter a whole variety of rooms, from closets to bathrooms to pantries and playrooms.

(And, hey, who doesn't want a look inside Reese's wardrobe?!)

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Reese Witherspoon produces and appears in the Netflix series (Credit: Netflix)
Reese Witherspoon produces and appears in the Netflix series (Credit: Netflix)

Looking at the trailer, we can already tell it's going to be absolutely addictive viewing. There's fridges decked with labelled tupperware, colour-coded wardrobes that look so good you'd barely want to touch it for fear of messing them up and pantries filled with more jars and sprays than Mrs Hinch could muster.

But more importantly, the people the women help always seem so touched when they see the end result - think Queer Eye but with less emotional pep talks and more folding and ironing.

California natives Clea and Joanna were brought together by a mutual friend and immediately became business partners.

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Clea and Joanna have a hugely successful business (Credit: Netflix)
Clea and Joanna have a hugely successful business (Credit: Netflix)

Their company was born through a mutual goal to "reinvent traditional organising, and merge it with design and interior styling."

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And its offers a bespoke home organisation service which promises to tackle every corner of your home with meticulous detail.Based in Nashville, The Home Edit, offer a full in-home service in Nashville, Los Angeles and New York. In their company's home, they charge $50 (£38) for an in-home project consultation, and following that $185 per hour for a team of two to work on your home. There's also an optional $200 (£151) flat rate charge for buying project supplies.

For LA and New York, these prices are raised to $100 (£75), $295 (£223) and $300 (£227) respectively.

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The girls also meet Khloe Kardashian (Credit: Netflix)
The girls also meet Khloe Kardashian (Credit: Netflix)

For those not based in their cleaning catchment areas, they also offer online services. There's the Virtual DIY package, which costs $361.25 (£273), and includes instructions for completing the organisation task yourself, with email correspondence and a suggested shopping list.

A second option is the Build-Out + Virtual DIY package, costing $637.50 (£483), which includes measurements a layout suggestions for people remodelling their spaces, with email correspondence throughout.

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Ahead of the show, the ladies had already worked with a ton of famous faces, including Khloe and singer Katy Perry.

Plus, they also spent the day working on Gwyneth Paltrow's Hamptons mansion.

Be warned: watching this will make you want to completely overhaul your home... but it'll be worth it.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Reese Witherspoon, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

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