The Home Edit Launches YouTube Channel Including Celebrity Reno Series with Reese Witherspoon and Molly Sims (Exclusive)

Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are expanding their lifestyle brand! The Home Edit is officially launching a YouTube channel, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal

Published Time: 06.06.2024 - 16:31:18 Modified Time: 06.06.2024 - 16:31:18

Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are expanding their lifestyle brand!

The Home Edit is officially launching a YouTube channel, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal. Starting June 6, the channel will roll out new originals every week that span from 8 to 14 minutes.

“We wanted to create more of the content that resonates so well with our viewers while also exploring new ideas and formats,” Shearer and Teplin tell PEOPLE in an interview. “As The Home Edit continues to expand, we realized we needed to be everywhere our fans are, which now includes YouTube. All the content there is original and exclusive—like a fun club that everyone can join.” 

The channel will include several series, including one called Hollywood House Call in which they edit celebrity clients’ homes. Everyone from Reese Witherspoon and Gabrielle Union to Molly Sims and Gigi Gorgeous will experience the full Home Edit treatment. The organizing gurus point out what their team of experts found in the A-listers’ homes.

“When it comes down to the actual organizing, celebrities tend to have large collections or niche items we don’t typically see in everyday homes. It often takes a bit more creativity, but we’re always up for the challenge,” they said. “Gigi Gorgeous’s bang bin is a great example. She’s featured on our first episode of Hollywood House Call, and our team gets a gold star for the solution they came up with.”

Aside from some special items, Shearer and Teplin say celebrities “are just like us!” when it comes to home organizing woes. 

“Most people are surprised to learn that celebrities also deal with cluttered countertops, junk drawers filled to the brim, and closets that could use more shelving. It doesn’t matter what size a house is, there will always be space restrictions,” they add. “It’s up to us to come in, peel back t -

he layers, and figure out systems that fit their needs.”

While this series is similar to their Netflix hit, Get Organized, there are some notable differences.  

“First off, this will be the first time our audience gets to see our talented organizers tackle projects independently, just like they do in real client homes,” they share. “Our professional organizers are handling the entire project, and they’re amazing at it.” 

Shearer and Teplin also share that the videos will feature “spaces and celebrities you didn’t get to see on Get Organized with The Home Edit.” 

Another series that will be showcased on the inaugural YouTube channel, called Errand Friends, features a brand-new “vlog” style format. The installment gives a glimpse into their “messy” everyday lives. 

“Filming our Errand Friends series definitely presented its share of roadblocks, mostly because the vlog-style of filming is so new to us and our team. Just know that we are ACTUALLY driving the car, not being towed behind a camera crew,” Shearer and Teplin share with PEOPLE. “What you see is what you get, and you can guarantee there is always someone on the floor in the backseat helping us.” 

All in all, the home organizing duo are excited for fans to consume their content on a dynamic platform. 

“We’re thrilled for our fans to get to know us even better—you’ll literally be running errands with us, and seeing a different side of Nashville beyond the hustle and bustle of Broadway,” Shearer and Teplin add. “You’ll also get to meet more of our amazing team who work their magic in homes every day. They’ve got so much to offer, and we’re excited for you to see it all.” 

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