The first series of their Netflix show had us plotting dramatic home makeovers and wondering whether it's a step too far to colour code the contents of our fridge, and now Get Organized with The Home Edit is back to do it all again.
Professional home organisers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin have been working their magic on the homes of celebrities including Reese Witherspoon, Gwyneth Paltrow and Katy Perry over the past few years, and now they're back to share more of their expertise on the second series of their hit show.
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As the show returns with appearances from Drew Barrymore, Katherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt, and Lauren Conrad, among others, let's take a look back at some of the team's best ever celebrity home transformations...
Reese Witherspoon stars in the Netflix show
Reese Witherspoon is an executive producer on the new Netflix show, and enlists the team to tackle her closet and help display some of her memorable movie and TV looks in the first episode of the series. The project offers a rare peek inside Reese's home, including her beautiful blue-themed hallway.
Gwyneth Paltrow's children's playroom was colour co-ordinated
Back in 2017, Gwyneth Paltrow brought in The Home Edit to organise both her playroom and her pantry, and we don't know which we were more impressed by. Her children Apple and Moses' playroom has floor-to-ceiling book shelves and cabinets that were filled with their toys and books – all colour co-ordinated and neatly displayed in clear plastic boxes.
The team are pros at organising celebrity pantries
Meanwhile, Gwyneth's pantry was also neatly organised with ingredients displayed in matching glass jars and baskets on floor-to-ceiling shelving. It puts our kitchen cupboards to shame!
Khloe Kardashian has a wardrobe for her hair extensions
The Home Edit appear to be regular visitors to Khloe Kardashian's home. Not only will she feature in the new Netflix series, but she has also showcased the results of their previous work – from organising her pantry to creating an entire wardrobe dedicated to her hair extensions.
The mum-of-one has the walk-in pantry of dreams
Khloe's walk-in pantry has floor-to-ceiling shelving is lined with clear plastic containers and white woven baskets, all of which have been neatly labelled to show what's inside. From "Jams and Jellies" to "Oatmeal" and "Healthy Snacks", it is incredibly well stocked ready for whatever craving that strikes.
Katy Perry's household closet is fully stocked with beauty and cleaning products
"BIG shout out to @thehomeedit for helping me with my hoarding problems err I mean… my collecting problems #thisismylovelanguage," Katy Perry captioned this video of her household closet, which is used to store everything from beauty supplies to cleaning products. It's all so neatly displayed it could easily be mistaken for a shop.
Mindy Kaling said she was jealous of her daughter's playroom
Mindy Kaling is one of the latest stars to work with Clea and Joanna to curate her daughter Katherine's playroom. Mindy has a pale blue shelving unit in the room, featuring art supplies such as paint, crayons and felt tips in clear plastic rotating carousels on the top shelf, puzzles and fancy dress accessories separated into rattan baskets on the shelf below, and clear containers for everything from balls to building blocks.
Mandy Moore's pantry was organised by The Home Edit
Mandy Moore praised The Home Edit for helping to "establish order" in her pantry shortly after she moved into her new home. It's easy to see why Mandy was so enamoured with her new pantry; everything from her herbs and spices to cookbooks and kitchen rolls are perfectly organised into baskets on white shelves. In the middle of the pantry she has stored gadgets such as a white KitchenAid mixer, Smeg toaster and Vitamix blender to free up space on her kitchen counters.
Lauren Conrad's home office is pristine
The Hills star Lauren Conrad's office and bathroom cabinet were left pristine after she hired The Home Edit team back in 2018. Her office shelves have been lined with uniform white boxes and files, labelled for everything from stationery to glue.
Meanwhile, her bathroom cabinet has been filled with matching wicker baskets that are organised by category, and her nail polishes have been displayed by colour on clear plastic rotating stands.
The Hills star's bathroom cabinet is also perfectly organised
Feeling inspired? The Home Edit's new book, featuring tips to organise your home and office is available for pre-order now ahead of its release on 15 September.
The Home Edit Life: The Complete Guide to Organising Absolutely Everything At Work, At Home and On The Go, £18.89, Amazon
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