Tidying up a cluttered home may sound like the toughest job in the world, but with some expert-backed tips, it doesn’t have to be.
Take it from Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, the expert home organizers behind The Home Edit.
In case you didn’t know, The Home Edit has organized the homes of A-list celebs like Khloe Kardashian, Reese Witherspoon, and Eva Longoria, and they even have their own Netflix show highlighting their incredible work.
So if you can trust someone to organize your home, it’s the girls behind The Home Edit.
Check out the experts’ TikTok page for tons of home organization tips, including how to organize just about any room in your home.
Kitchen cabinets can instantly become a mess after a meal if you throw your pots and pans in haphazardly.
To avoid the messy pot and pan cabinet, the experts behind The Home Edit suggested using 4 sort dividers.
Instead of throwing everything in, they just arranged the pots and pans neatly in the dividers, making it so much easier to grab just the pot you need.
Many people have a random closet that has all sorts of junk in it.
But if you ever suddenly need that extra storage space, The Home Edit has you covered.
To organize the messy closet, The Home Edit advised adding standalone shelving units and over the door shelves.
These additions give all your closet stuff its own space, which in turn makes for a more organized look.
Ever walk into your pantry and it takes several minutes to find what you’re looking for?
If you follow The Home Edit’s advice, this shouldn’t happen again.
They placed turntables in the corners of the pantry to give it a functional focal point.
They also used clear, labeled containers to neatly organize snacks, spices, and condiments.
Those with children may think that there is not much that can be done to organize the children’s playroom.
But with a few extra touches, keeping the space tidy can become a lot easier.
The Home Edit used storage bins, drawer dividers and labeled clear boxes to tidy up a playroom.
They also used the clear bins to store similar toys in another playroom, as well as turntables to store art supplies.
The Home Edit also knows how to tackle a utility closet.
In a closet filled with cleaning supplies and products strewn all over the floor, The Home Edit once again used clear plastic containers to tidy up the space.
Additionally, they hung shelves on the wall to hold vacuum nozzles.
While not technically a part of your home, if you spend a lot of time driving, a car can be considered an extension of your home.
So it can be easy to get messy, but luckily it’s even easier to organize.
The Home Edit suggested using a collapsible shell that fits snugly in your truck.
In it, you can easily organize car must-haves like emergency water and food, first aid kit, blanket and umbrella.
Finally, bedroom closets are notorious for being disorganized.
But with a few extra measures, it can be transformed from an eyesore into a satisfying space.
First, The Home Edit color-coded the closet’s clothes, then neatly folded knitwear and jeans and placed them on top of the closet shelf.
They added storage bins, shelf dividers, and clear shoe boxes for even more organization.
In case you need more organizing tips, a personal stylist shared how to get dressed with a properly organized closet in just seven minutes.
In addition, a woman with a tiny bedroom revealed the three elements that make organization easy and effective.
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