7 Professional Organizers We Love
Professional organizers can transform your home from utter chaos into a tranquil sanctuary. Find out more about a few of our favorite professional organizers and why we love them so much.
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Toni Hammersley, A Bowl Full of Lemons
Toni is a home-keeping expert and the author of the Complete Book of Home Organization and Complete Book of Clean. In addition to being a cleaning and organizing expert, she is also a registered nurse and photographer. She recently completed a home renovation with her family in South Carolina.
Her purpose in creating a Bowl Full of Lemons was to document her home-keeping successes and failures for her children and anyone else who would read.
Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, The Home Edit
Friends Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, who love to organize homes into display-worthy masterpieces, created the Home Edit. Their goal was to reinvent traditional organizing and merge it with design and interior styling. While every project is rooted in functional systems that can be maintained for the long term, there is just as much emphasis on transforming the space visually.
The Home Edit also has its own line of home organization products. Check out these 13 must-have organizers from The Home Edit.
Rachel Rosenthal, Rachel Organizes
Creator of the highly innovative professional organizing firm Rachel and Company, Rachel Rosenthal is a trusted source for organizing expertise. “Getting organized is a way of life, and a realistic one at that, not a one-time event that leads to a Pinterest-perfect world (unless you really want that!),” she says.
Rosenthal contributes to the TODAY Parenting Team and has been featured as an organizing expert on NBC, ABC and Fox.
Ashley Murphy, Marissa Hagmeyer and Molly Graves, Neat Method
For almost a decade, the expert organizers from the Neat Method have transformed thousands of homes from chaos to composed. Founded by Ashley Murphy, Marissa Hagmeyer and Molly Graves, the Neat Method is a lifestyle service committed to providing a more luxurious and smartly arranged living space.
The organizers at the Neat Method recognize that life gets hectic and maintaining an organized home can become a challenge. The Neat Method team will design a customized solution that is not only effective but also sustainable for your specific needs.
Michele Vig, Neat Little Nest
Michele Vig, founder and chief organizer of Neat Little Nest, is a wife, mom and author of The Holistic Guide to Decluttering. She understands that life is naturally chaotic and messy.
Her organizing philosophy: “Living with less and cultivating organization where it makes sense allows for a home environment that is more pleasing and productive. By sifting through life’s clutter, people will reconnect with the things that bring them joy. This organically leads one down a path of living their most desired life.”
Kon Marie, Marie Kondo
We couldn’t compile our favorite professional organizer list without mentioning tidying expert, bestselling author and KonMari founder Marie Kondo.
Marie has been interested in organization since childhood and started her tidying consultant business at 19. Since then, Marie has become a renowned tidying expert, helping people around the world transform their cluttered homes into spaces of serenity and inspiration.
Katrina Teeple, Operation Organization
Operation Organization founder Katrina Teeple runs a full-service professional organizing company serving homes and businesses. Katrina has been organizing since childhood, and her impressive client portfolio includes A-List celebrities and Fortune 500 companies. Katrina refers to herself as a “Life Optimizer — one part Organizational Coach and one part System Creator.”
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