If all those episodes of Get Organized with The Home Edit on Netflix have inspired space-saving envy, look no further. Here’s how to get Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin’s home-organizing services.
The reality series — where The Homed Edit founders Teplin and Shearer spruce up cluttered rooms of celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria and Neil Patrick Harris — debuted in 2020. Like tidiness expert Marie Kondo, Teplin and Shearer go right into people’s homes to organize hoards of clutter.
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How much does it cost to hire The Home Edit in person?
The Home Edit currently offers its services in U.S. cities, including New York, Detroit, San Francisco, Nashville and Salt Lake City. Prices range from $185 per hour to $250 per hour and vary based on the city.
Clients must provide any needed organizational materials like hooks, containers and boxes, etc. They must also cover any lodgings and travel fare required by The Home Edit team for their visit.
How much does it cost to hire The Home Edit online?
The Home Edit offers remote services like a $250 one-hour consultation over video chat for budget organizers and those working on DIY projects.
Clients can also purchase a $350 email correspondence package and shopping list for a DIY home project, three hours of mentorship on an ongoing project for $525 or spend $650 for a consultation on renovating or creating a space from start to finish.
Does The Home Edit have an online shop?
If you feel like you’ve learned enough from watching Teplin and Shearer but just need some supplies, The Home Edit’s online store has you covered, with everything from storage to labels and shelves to decor.
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