Have you heard? There’s a new show in town, and we can’t wait for its epic release on April 1, 2022. We are so excited for the latest season of Get Organized with The Home Edit! The organizing duo that put trendy home organization on everyone’s radar is back with another season of rainbow order, neat ideas, and methods any person can implement in their homes.
Did you know The Home Edit is not the only organizing show to pop up on a streaming service near you? Over the past few years, minimizing and organizing have become a necessity in such a clutter-coated world. For those looking for inspiration or motivation, these shows have led viewers to reconsider their spaces and how they can improve their lifestyles.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out some of these shows, you are missing out on a good time!
Nothing is more motivational than watching a space go from clutter to calm in the span of an episode!. Nothing is more inspirational than knowing you can have your home looking as spic and span as the homes on tv with the proper methods and products. What makes many of these shows so bingeable? The reveal is pure magic (and completely doable)!
Check out the five most bingeable home organizing shows streaming now and find your organizing niche with some of the biggest names in the organizing industry.
Get Organized with The Home Edit follows the dynamic duo, Clea and Joanna, as they transform homes into beautiful, functional spaces. They make it clear that you can do it too. They give you permission to run with your style and be bold while eliminating the clutter that bogs you down. They also do it in a fun and vibrant way that makes organizing seem like less of a chore and more of a passion project.
Get Organized with The Home Edit showcases both celebrity and regular clients, so viewers see that organization is attainable for everyone. Another popular takeaway is The Home Edit’s signature rainbow reorder style, adopted in homes everywhere.
Why do we love The Home Edit? The strategies they implement minimize the time spent locating items because every item has a place. Also, you can shop the episodes directly from their website!
We are also big fans of how accessible items are from The Home Edit. Clients who love their style and products can shop both their Container Store line, including their sustainable line of products, and their budget-friendly Walmart product line. These products all work seamlessly together and give an unlimited number of possibilities for your own home organization.
Hot Mess House is an HGTV show with Cassandra Aarssen. She believes that there is no such thing as a messy person. There are just people who organize differently, and tapping into your organizational methods will open doors, windows, and everything in between.
Cas looks at people individually and applies her Clutterbug methods to determine whether you are one of four organizing styles: a bee, a cricket, a butterfly, or a ladybug. Her categories have to do with being a visual vs. a hidden organizer and being a micro vs. a macro organizer.
Her Clutterbug Method is more like a scale and less like fitting you into a specific category, but knowing where your style falls is beneficial to maintaining a tidy home. Do you know what organizing bug you have? Check out Hot Mess House and take a moment to take Cas’s Clutterbug type quiz to figure out what organizing method works best for you.
Bonus: her website also gives you a rundown on your organizing type with product recommendations that you can use in your very own home.
Will Tidying Up with Marie Kondo spark joy for you? Maybe. Her very particular method of organizing became a worldwide phenomenon. Before you knew it, everyone was thanking their things before tossing them and holding each item close to them to see if there were sparks.
Although this method may seem far-fetched, there is something to be said for keeping items that bring happiness to your home. Tidying Up with Marie Kondo also introduced the KonMari method of organizing, which will make your closets and drawers look flawless. This bingeable show is just another example of how people organize differently.
In addition to Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, her second show Sparking Joy, helps viewers get organized in all areas of their lives. Sometimes we forget there are more than just closets and pantries that need our attention, and Marie Kondo tackles those other areas.
For those who gravitate towards her methods, The Container Store carries an entire line of Marie Kondo products perfect for sparking joy and organization in your own home.
While not everyone can live a minimalist lifestyle to the extreme, we agree that having less in your life makes for a better living environment. In The Minimalists: Less is Now, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus take viewers on an extreme journey in just under an hour to showcase how becoming minimalists changed their lives.
Throughout the documentary, viewers hear from both experts and everyday minimalists about how living with less is necessary in such a cluttered, noisy world. They get you thinking about what is essential versus accumulated stuff.
Becoming a minimalist may seem like an extreme approach. However, the documentary is eye-opening and raw in showing how many people tend to overcompensate their lives with stuff instead of focusing on binging the things that matter most: time in nature, moments with family, etc.
We have to mention Hoarders, a binge-worthy show that covers what happens when clutter gets out of control. If you are looking for perspective on your own home, consider what happens when piles of stuff become a floor-to-ceiling disaster.
Shows like Hoarders shed light on tough situations and prove to people there is help out there for them. While many viewers may be sitting back watching what looks like a trainwreck, other people struggle daily with this very issue.
Unfortunately, hoarding is nothing to joke around about, and it can become a serious problem that plagues people. Mess and clutter are one thing, but hoarding is an entirely different situation. Typically, a regular professional organizer usually cannot work with hoarders.
There are niches and specialty organizers within the organizing community who have the training to work with specialized organizing cases. The ICD, or Institute for Challenging Disorganization, can help people with hoarding tendencies move forward and find a healthier way of living.
Springtime is the perfect time to start decluttering and get organized–or maybe it’s just the perfect time to get inspired to tackle that Spring cleaning to-do list. Either way, we can’t wait to binge these newest titles in home organizing that are hitting stream services soon!
We’ve already teased it a bit, but The Home Edit is releasing their second season of Get Organized with The Home Edit, and we are so excited to binge the entire season! Check out the sneak peek and tune in on April 1, 2022 (we know we will be!) for another season of rainbow sorting, aesthetically pleasing closets, celebrity appearances, and inspirational ways to use the entire line of The Home Edit products.
A week after the new season of Get Organized with The Home Edit is the premiere of a brand new organizing show– Sort it Out. The new show will be hitting streaming services on April 5, 2022. Sort it Out will be packed with fun, inspiration, and (of course} organizing. Sort it Out is brought to you by the sisters who operate Home Sort and have partnered with mdesign organizational products to help homeowners create beautiful, functional spaces that enable their families to thrive.
OBK may have been Keli’s first baby, but her dreams stretch farther than the Denver, CO metro area. At OBK, we are ecstatic to help our local Denver community with their professional organizing and moving needs. Our organizing, packing and unpacking, and virtual services help those around us find a better way to lead their lives with simplified home and lifestyle organizing systems. We want to have a broader reach.
Keli has major goals for the dream team at OBK&CO. She hopes you will see us streaming on Netflix right alongside your favorites! Her idea: focus on unpacking and organizing your new move. We want to showcase how we can take one of the most stressful times of someone’s life and transform it into an exciting, memorable occasion where we get everything unpacked, organized, and set up for your lifestyle.
In addition to having her team starring on a streaming service, Keli has even more plans for the OBK&CO brand! We can’t wait to share them with you as we grow beyond Denver and bring our organizational methods and ideology to life across other platforms and media.
Watching a binge-worthy show is one thing, but getting organized is another. Watching an organizer on screen may be all the motivation you need to tackle your spaces. It may feel doable at the moment. But, if the stress of doing it all on your own is too much, reaching out to a Denver professional organizer could ease your burden.
If clutter is taking over your life and your spaces are not supporting your lifestyle, hire a professional organizer. OBK&CO is a leading team of professional organizers serving the Denver, CO region with organization that helps your home, your life, and your move. If rainbow organizing or the KonMari folding method inspires you to change, get the support you need to make those changes.
Have you considered what working with a professional organizer could do for your life? If you feel overwhelmed by your home, professional organization and home organizing systems are what you need. Some of the main benefits of working with our team at OBK&CO include
Saves time and money
Puts simple, effective processes in place to streamline your day-to-day activities
Creates and maximizes household storage
Helps develop maintenance strategies + sustainable systems
Fresh eyes offer a new perspective to your spaces
Eliminates excess clutter
Extends a helping hand with no judgment
Works beside you to see your project through to the end
We could go on and on about the benefits of hiring one of our Denver organizers. We believe there is nothing better than having an organized home—simply ask Marie Kondo or the gals from The Home Edit!
At OBK&CO, we are impatiently waiting for the release of Get Organized with The Home Edit season 2. We can not wait to hear what you think! Tell us in the comments what your favorite episodes and organizing methods are while you binge the newest season. We can not wait to see what Clea and Joanna have up their sleeves for this long-awaited follow-up to the original season of Get Organized with The Home Edit.
Leave a comment below and chat with the team at OBK&CO about all things organizing, Get Organized with The Home Edit, and other favorite organizing shows you are streaming at home!
We can’t wait to help put the inspiration you’ve found from your favorite shows to work in your spaces!
Originally posted MARCH 31, 2022