13 Must-Have Organizers from "The Home Edit"
Taste of Home 2hrs ago
As seen on TV! After binge-watching Get Organized with The Home Edit, do you find yourself dreaming of your own picture-perfect makeover? The Netflix hit, starring Nashville-based organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, offers tons of organizing tips you’ll wish you knew all along and features scene after scene of enviable storage solutions. In fact, the organizing items themselves often make a pretty big style statement in addition to getting your home in tip-top shape. Believe it or not, you can get the same results in your own home—easily and affordably. All you have to do is take a look at this list. You’ll find some of the best products seen on the show, including The Home Edit’s exclusive line, which is available at the Container Store, and find out exactly how to use them for maximum efficiency. Get ready for complete and utter organizing nirvana. Once you’ve got the basics covered, find out even more secrets from personal organizers.
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