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Netflix's 'The Home Edit' Comes to Walmart  

Walmart/The Home Edit Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of The Home Edit
Walmart has announced a collaboration with Netflix lifestyle show "Get Organized with The Home Edit."  

Working with The Home Edit co-founders Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin from the Netflix series, "Get Organized with The Home Edit," Walmart brings a range of home products and lifestyle solutions to stores as it expands its list of trusted partners.   

"Over the last year and a half, Walmart customers have been spending more time in their homes, resulting in a bigger investment in home organization," says Anthony Soohoo, executive vice president, home, Walmart. "As the home continued to be the primary destination for all things — work, school, meals, fitness, and a good night's sleep — the clutter started piling up and people began seeking organization solutions. We have seen a significant increase in demand for home storage and organization, with specific interest in clear acrylic storage.    

Despite the increased demand, 70% of Walmart customers say that they do not know where to start when it comes to organizing their homes. And with the New Year being a popular time for people to refresh and de-clutter their spaces, this is the perfect time to bring our customers an exclusive collection from “The Home Edit."   

Available now at Walmart in the U.S., the collaborative collection includes four organizing start packs, stackable bins, risers and assorted packs dedicated to keeping multiple home areas clean and tidy.   

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