Walmart teams with The Home Edit organizers
January 21, 2022 | 12:53 pm CST

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BENTONVILLE, Ark. - Walmart is the latest retailer capitalizing on the surging interest in home organization and storage. The Bentonville-based company recently announced it was partnering with celebrity professional organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, cofounders of Emmy nominated The Home Edit.

The Home Edit collection exclusive to Walmart features:

  • Four organizing starter packs, or “Edits,” are organization solutions for specific rooms in the home, like the pantry, bathroom, and laundry room, as well as a multi-purpose pack that can be used for multiple areas of the home
  • A variety of other items and packs, including an ornament organizer for holiday stowing, stackable bins, risers, and more
  • The Home Edit co-founders’ signature clear style to make items easily visible and provide consistency, making spaces more enjoyable to look at and inspiring regular maintenance to those systems

“We share a belief with The Home Edit that everyone should have a beautiful home no matter their style or budget. That includes access to smart, stylish home organization solutions that aren’t expensive, time-consuming, or require a team of people,” the company said. 

Shearer and Teplin also partnered with iDesign and The Container Store in 2019 launching an exclusive home organizing collection for the retailer.


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