If you’re anything like us, you live for Sunday morning resets which include a great robot vacuum to multi-task, a refresh of the best bed sheets you’ll find and a full-fledged deep clean of your space.
After doing just that — the process of folding clothes and Windexing mirrors (much like a strict S.W.A.T. team training at times) — there’s often a need for more organization bins or better storage options for some random finds.
Here to make tidying up as seamless as can be is The Home Edit, the brand devoted to “reinvent traditional organizing and merge it with design and interior styling.”
The Home Edit, known for making everything in its sight more perfect and Pinterest-style picturesque (just check out the brand’s Instagram), is celebrating its new launch at Walmart —T.H.E. Collection.
“Available exclusively at Walmart, you’ll find all of our favorite solutions (in our clear signature style) at an incredible value,” founders Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin told the Post. “The most noteworthy feature is our ‘Edits’, which we designed to make the organizing process easier for people to understand.”
Shearer and Teplin explain these Edits are “packaged for a specific space” — for instance, the pantry, bath, laundry and multi-purpose — but are versatile enough to use throughout your home, too.
“We always say that the perfect system needs to be perfect for you, so if the Bath Edit works better in your home office, then, by all means, go for it,” the founders recommend.
Before we dive into the collection, Shearer and Teplin share their top three organization tips to follow while you’re shopping the new products and tidying up your space:
- Don’t confuse organizing with cleaning: “If you don’t create a sustainable system, a mess is bound to reappear. If you take the time to think through your habits, your home and your lifestyle, you can create smart solutions that you’ll be able to maintain,” Shearer said.
- Contain items with designated zones: “This not only makes items easier to find but also holds you accountable when you start exceeding the space,” Teplin said.
- Label your categories, or sort by color (which is a labeling system in itself!): “Labels provide a user-friendly road map to where items are found and where they belong,” Shearer said.
What’s more, the dynamic duo behind The Home Edit are continuing to add more products to their shiny new collection as time goes on, which we’re all super excited about.
Ahead, shop the full collection. It’s pretty and packaged for sure, with the purpose of making your space even more refreshed.
It’s just about to take down your holiday decor if you haven’t done so already, and The Home Edit makes it organized and safe to do so with its ornament-divided tubs. Simply store them in a spare closet or your attic and take them out — without a crack — next year.
Whether you’re looking to store pencil erasers, nail polishes or any other tiny item, these small insert bins are well worth the buy for your space — especially a six-pack that’s less than $20.
There’s nothing like an organized stand for your products to make everything look more aesthetically pleasing. From storing salad dressing in your fridge or pantry to lining up bottles of shampoo and hairspray, this three-tier riser is one-of-a-kind.
Enter the deep stacking bins that are space-saving and oh-so-convenient. It’s the lifesaver you need for stashing your blow dryers and hair tools — or bathing suits — for just $20.
Sometimes, nooks and crannies get the best of us. In these situations, narrow storage bins are the way to go, whether they’re for your child’s blocks, medications or sewing supplies.
If you need more large bins for your closet to store all your fuzzy socks (don’t we all), The Home Edit’s large bin is phenomenal. Plus, the storage possibilities are endless.
Ideal for your desk drawer or cabinet pull-out, these large insert bins come in a four-pack of pure bliss for stashing your scissors, toothpaste and more.
Not only does The Home Edit’s new collection at Walmart have individual storage and stacking bins, but there are also unique edits to fit your home space. Introducing the multipurpose edit which, as its name suggests, is the hub for just about anything.
From floss and teeth whitening kits to ice rollers and travel-sized skincare products that you have no other place for, bathrooms are a scavenger hunt of their own sometimes. For this reason, the Bath Edit is your next solution.
There’s nothing quite like the Laundry Edit. The bins are wide enough to fit an iron, convenient enough to store your dryer sheets plus detergent and unique enough to come with a spinning storage solution for cleaning products.
The Pantry Edit makes it simple to see all your canned goods and versatile for lining up spices and bags of rice. Plus, a few buys of this will have your pantry looking like The Home Edit’s Instagram.
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