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Meet The Organisation Gurus Who Create The Neatest Homes In The World

Meet The Organisation Gurus Who Create The Neatest Homes In The World

Yes, 2019 has been the year of sexy organisation. Where tasks like folding your clothes and organising your sock drawer were once reserved for dull Sunday afternoons, they're now poured over and posted on Instagram.

Poster girls of the movement such as Marie Kondo and Mrs Hinch can be thanked for chic-ifying these mundane tasks, but the ladies behind The Home Edit are quickly chasing at their heels.

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Founded by California natives Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, who were brought together by a mutual friend and immediately became business partners, the business was born through a mutual goal to "reinvent traditional organising, and merge it with design and interior styling."

A glance at their Instagram page will give you an instant taste of what The Home Edit stand for. Beautifully bright photos show food larders organised with impeccable attention to detail, clear perspex boxes organising every different shade of lipstick, and colour-coded wardrobes that look so good you'd barely want to touch it for fear of messing it up.

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But their popular Instagram page, boasting 1.3 million followers, is just advertising for The Home Edit's main service: a bespoke home organisation service which promises to tackle every corner of your home with meticulous detail.

Celebrities have already been attracted by their interiors-focused take on organisation: Clea and Joanna were tasked with organising Khloe Kardashian's pantry, and spent the day working on Gwyneth Paltrow's Hamptons mansion.

Khloe Kardashian's pantry after The Home Edit got to work on it. Credit: The Home Edit
Khloe Kardashian's pantry after The Home Edit got to work on it. Credit: The Home Edit

Other celebrity clients include Shay Mitchell, Mandy Moore and Reese Witherspoon.

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 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 flat rate charge for buying project supplies.

For LA and New York, these prices are raised to $100, $295 and $300, respectively.

For those not based in their cleaning catchment areas, they also offer online services. There's the Virtual DIY package, which costs $361.25, 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, which includes measurements a layout suggestions for people remodelling their spaces, with email correspondence throughout.

Finally, for those who aren't based in Nashville, LA or New York but simply NEED Clea and Joanna to come over and sort their spaces out, there's a travel service which is quoted based on number of days, location, time of year, and number of team members.

The quote is inclusive of hotel, airfare, and expenses, so depending on where you are, don't expect this option to come cheap.

If you haven't got the means to hire the ladies' services the also offer helpful tips for organising your space on their blog.

BRB, spending our evening colour-coding our fruit and veg.

Featured Image Credit: The Home Edit

Topics: Style, Home, Style News

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating from the University of Sussex, Ciara worked as a writer at GLAMOUR Magazine and later as the Assistant Editor of Yahoo Style UK.

 

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