Kylie Jenner's New Glam Room, Dwyane Wade's Sneaker Wall and More Celebs' Hyper-Organized Homes
These stars know how to keep their homes clutter-free
The makeup mogul recently showed off her freshly-organized beauty cabinets on her Instagram Stories, writing "glam room almost doooone." In addition to housing all of her Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin products, the room also features all of Jenner's magazine covers over the years, framed and hung up in a gallery wall.
She thanked the organizing team at A Detailed Life for getting the space in order, writing "What would I do without you @adetailedlife." The team has also helped the star organize her impressive handbag collection.
"Always an honor to organize for the GOAT [Greatest of All Time]," the organizers at The Home Edit captioned this photo of the retired NBA star's rainbow-ordered sneaker wall. The team used shoe stackers to maximize space — one shoe in the pair sits under the stacker, while the other is displayed on top!
Founders Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin's new Netflix reality series, Get Organized with The Home Edit, premieres Sept. 9 and follows the pair as they dig into stars' overstuffed closets, to transform them into immaculately organized spaces.
The YouTube star and beauty entrepreneur recently brought in professional organizer Ría Safford and her team at RíOrganize to help get his first home — a $7 million mansion in Encino, California, which he bought in February — in tip-top shape.
Safford used clear canisters and baskets, turntables, risers, labels and more from The Container Store to get the 21-year-old's pantry in order, decanting dry goods for a colorful display.
In addition to the pantry, the organizers also tackled Charles's closets, glam room, content studio and wig wall.
The Home Edit's team of organizers recently headed over to the Late Night actress's Los Angeles home to help beautify the playroom for her daughter Katherine, 2. The team put together "a colorful collection of art supplies, tactile toys, and board books," according to the Home Edit's Instagram post.
"This made me jealous of my own daughter's playroom!" Kaling replied in the comments. "Thank you so much!!!"
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This Olympic gymnast deserves the gold in closet organization! Liukin recently moved into a new house, and hired professional organizing company Done Neatly to get her clothes, shoes and accessories in order in her walk-in closet.
"While this entire new house/moving-in process has been extremely fun, yet overwhelming at times, this may have been my favorite part," wrote the athlete, thanking the Done Neatly team with several photos on Instagram.
The lifestyle maven "cleaned out, edited, and reorganized" the "savory portion" of her pantry while social distancing at home — and the results are quite satisfying.
"More useful now I know where everything is," she wrote in her Instagram caption, noting that she has 47 types of salt, 27 types of olive oil and so much more. "Now if anyone messes this up I will be really really pissed!!!!!"
The celebrity hairstylist had a little help getting her beauty closet in order pre-quarantine, and organizer Ria Safford, founder of RíOrganize, was the expert enlisted for the job.
"Our friend @jenatkinhair is a woman that knows what she wants and for this project it was products organized by color, not brand. 🌈," wrote Safford.
Look at all those KKW Fragrance bottles!
When the Schitt's Creek star moved into his new home in L.A., the professional organizers behind the Home Edit — Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin — were right there with him to get the place in shape. One area they tackled first? His closet.
"I’m not sorry about my collection of white shirts," Levy joked in a comment on the Home Edit's Instagram photo. "And yes, I am forever grateful."
"Don’t you just LOVE an organized pantry?!" the Property Brothers star captioned this photo of the newly-overhauled pantry in his Las Vegas home. "The hardest part is getting it cleaned up to begin with," he continued, admitting that he had a professional come in to help: Melanie Walker of Neat Method Vegas.
Walker set Scott up with shelves full of decanted dry goods, revolving trays and plenty of labels to keep everything in order.
Medicine cabinet selfie! The Bachelorette runner-up snapped a quick shot of his ultra-organized skin and hair care products after receiving a full closet and bathroom makeover from the team at Done Neatly.
CEO Ashley Coleman says she had a blast working with Cameron, who "really wanted to listen to the pros (us!) for suggestions for how to best organize and maintain a system that he can manage."
Tarek El Moussa
The Flip or Flop star called in the organization experts at Done & Done Home to help get the house he shares part-time with girlfriend Heather Rae Young in order.
The organizers reworked their garage, pantry and kitchen, ensuring that they were set up most efficiently for both the couple and El Moussa's kids, Brayden, 4, and Taylor, 9, whom he shares with ex Christina Anstead.
"Its been about 2 weeks now since Kate and Ann from @doneanddonehome came in and totally changed our lives!" El Moussa captioned the photo he shared on Instagram.
Young commented on the photo, agreeing: "They saved our home!!! Now I can breath."
Now that's a shoe collection! The Real Housewives of Orange County star treated herself to a total closet overhaul courtesy of the professional organizers at Bee Organized SF Bay. The team organized her footwear by color and type, stacking them on a full-wall shoeshelf to take full advantage of the space.
Someone who takes food as seriously as the cookbook author (and her husband, John Legend) definitely needs a perfectly organized pantry, and Rìa Safford of Riorganize definitely delivered on that front.
Every ingredient has its specific place, down to the drawers of dried fruits and nuts, the Lazy Susan full of Tabasco and the box of Chrissy's Bunches of Os emblazoned with her face.
Time for a play date! This Real Housewives of Dallas star got a major upgrade to her Highland Park home when she let the organizers at Bee Organized come in and overhaul her kids' playroom and game cabinet. "I never have time for stuff like this and I’ve been dying to get this room organized!! 😍 So excited!!" she wrote.
Though the Flip or Flop star knows more than the average homeowner about design, but she still calls in the pros when it's time to put everything in its proper place. "I treated myself to an early Christmas present- ORGANIZATION," she wrote on Instagram, crediting Done & Done Home for helping her get things in order after the birth of son Hudson.
The cookbook author and Saved by the Bell alum had her refrigerator made over by the Home Edit. "You’re lookin’ at one organized fridge and one happy mama right here," she wrote, noting the redo happened right before she left on her book tour. "Ya know, to help the hubs hold down the fort. Now the question is… did the family keep it like this?"
The Hills vet just completed an ultra-stunning kitchen remodel, and now she’s tackling a different space in her California cooking hub: her pantry! She shared this photo on social media of her Home Edit-organized storage area, writing that the transformation has “changed my life.” Rows of rose gold pineapples, baking essentials and her spare silverware look ultra chic thanks to some smart arrangements and clearly labeled containers.
Mandy Moore's Pantry
The engaged This Is Us star just moved into the dream home she's been renovating for the last year and she's already got everything in its place, according to her friend and recent house guest, Olive & June founder Sarah Gibson Tuttle.
The centerpiece of the "immaculate" space, says Gibson Tuttle, who posted a video dispatch from Moore's pantry on Instagram Stories, are the Olive & June Beauty Tea Duo she gifted her friend, which get "prime placement in front of the coffee maker."
The Chrisley Knows Best star admits she can "tend to be a bit OCD" so The Home Edit stepped in to tackle one important corner in her new home. "When I moved, they came to the rescue and made everything PERFECT WITH LABELS," the 20-year-old gushes on Instagram of her overhauled bathroom closet.
The actress's playroom in her Hamptons house is crisp, clean and color-coded. "We divided the room into activities on the left, and leisure on the right, and created zones for reading, games, art, crafts, and science," says The Home Edit founders.
Touchdown! Eli Manning and his wife Abby’s sweet playroom for daughters Ava, 6, Lucy, 4, and Caroline, 2, is a pretty pink (and supremely organized) kids’ dream. “We hung the costumes, and added baskets to store all the crowns, wands and shoes,” The Home Edit writes.
Every piece of Rachel Zoe's "next level" shoe and clutch collection has a place in her closet, thanks to The Home Edit's smart use of vertical storage, baskets and purse dividers.
Khloé Kardashian's medicine cabinet is more akin to "a little aisle at CVS," than the average closet. Chock-full of labeled bins holding every product you can imagine, the Keeping Up star's collection has her prepared for anything. "If there were an earthquake — knock on wood that there’s not — come on to Koko’s house," she writes in a post on her app. “I will have anything you need. Maybe not food, but what matters is hygiene.”
The How I Met Your Mother alum converted her California home's guest house into a colorful crafting room full of creative storage ideas — from her wooden crates filled with fabric to the acrylic containers stocked with DIY essentials. “That’s my office basically,” she says. “When you see how much stuff I have, you’ll see why I needed a house for it!”
The Suits alum shared this photo of her stunningly streamlined closet, which boasts bins upon labeled bins of the actress's impressive shoe collection.
Thiessen's kitchen may be an organized work of art, but her kids' crafting zone is just as jaw-dropping. "They fulfill my type A personality all the way," she writes on this Instagram thanking The Home Edit for their help.
Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild has her son's Elijah's room under control thanks to labeled bins and books organized by color. She says on Instagram that the space "has never been more beautiful."