Katy Perry just got the Gwyneth treatment. Make that the Gwyneth, Mandy Moore, Reese Witherspoon—okay, all of Hollywood—treatment. A-listers' most sought-after organizing duo, The Home Edit, just took over the "Never Really Over" singer's closet, helping her with her "hoarding problems," as she put it in a recent Instagram post.
The post featured a short video showing off her color-coordinated, walk-in closet, revealing the star's penchant for keeping a steady stock of shampoo, toilet paper, Kleenex, Olly vitamins, Pedialyte, and a host of other lotions, potions and creams. "BIG shout out to @thehomeedit for helping me with my hoarding problems err I mean...my collecting problems," she captioned it, adding #thisismylovelanguage (a nod to Gary Chapman's famous bestseller on the ways people like to give and receive love).
The Nashville-based duo behind the decluttering service, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, charge roughly $185 an hour—or $295, if you're in New York—though it's unclear how much Katy paid for her closet makeover. The founders have become so in-demand that they've been expanding their company to new cities (they're launching a Dallas outpost this fall and already have offices in New York, Nashville, and Los Angeles). And they've recently released a book, The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals, and a line with the Container Store.
Their line includes some signature Home Edit items, like their clear organizing bins, dual-tier lazy Susans (though they'd be the first to say these household workhorses are so vital to staying tidy that there's nothing lazy about them), and peel-and-stick pantry labels, so you can get their look without having to brush up on your calligraphy skills.
Here are some must-have storage products from their line:
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