[THE] Home Organizers We Love

Now and going forward, we are committed to creating and sharing content that matters. Period.

This goes beyond using a hashtag or posting on our social feeds. It’s important that our platform evolves into a space where we not only share our own content, but combine with other voices to amplify and support.

Over the past few weeks, we have been introduced to so many amazing home organizers in the BIPOC community. We shared them with you on our Instagram stories but also wanted to post them on our blog as a resource.

Follow them. Support them. And if you live in their city, hire them. We love them and so will you!

Brittani Allen – Pinch of Help

City: Atlanta, GA

Instagram: @pinchofhelp


Ariana – Home Made Neat

Cities: Washington, DC

Instagram: @homemadeneat


Kendra Littlejohn – Organized by Kendra

Cities: Memphis

Instagram: @organizedbykendra


Elizabeth Stoyanov – Closets and Rooms

Cities: Miami

Instagram: @closetsandrooms


Pia – Sweet Digs

City: NYC

Instagram: @sweet_digs


Essense – Essense of Closets

City: Raleigh, Charlotte, Atlanta, DMV, and Miami

Instagram: @essenseofclosets


Kenika – Tidied by K

Cities: Atlanta, GA

Instagram: @tidiedbyk


Rebekah Love – Organize for Love

Cities: Virtual

Instagram: @organizeforlove


Ashley Jones Hatcher

Cities: Bethesda, MD

Instagram: @ashleyjoneshatcher


Tanisha Porter – Natural Born Organizer

Cities: LA, travel, & virtual

Instagram: @naturalbornorganizers


Nikki Boyd – At Home with Nikki

Cities: Charleston, SC

Instagram: @athomewithnikki


Eryn – The Model Home

Cities: DMV, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Houston + Travel

Instagram: @themodelhm


Kym Calloway – Dallas Organizer

Cities: Dallas, TX

Instagram: @dallasorganizer


Shannon Miller – Just Organizing You

Cities: Lafayette, LA + Travel + Virtual

Instagram: @justorganizingyou


Kiosha H. Dickey – Sincerely, Ki

Cities: West Columbia, SC

Instagram: @sincerelykillc


Janelle Williams – Organized by JWC

Cities: DMW + NYC

Instagram: @organizedbyjwc


Malaika Lubega – Huza Home Concepts

Cities: DMV

Instagram: @huzahomeconcepts


Sherilee – The Organized Style

Cities: Chicago, IL

Instagram: @theorganizedstyle


Li McGi – Organizing Genius

Cities: Houston, TX

Instagram: @organizingenius


Kay – The Organized Soprano

Cities: Boston, travel + virtual

Instagram: @theorganizedsoprano



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  1. Are there any organizers in the metro Portland, Oregon area that you would recommend?

    Thank you!


  2. Hi, terrific, everything. I don’t think I fit the demographic or the purpose of Home Edit. Perhaps however you can direct me to a source that will help me.
    I’m 70 and need to get a four-floor townhouse and attic cleaned out and pared down to one-floor living. 20 years’ worth. It is a challenge that needs help in separating emotional from efficient and getting it out.. How would you direct me to find someone who can fit our needs in the DC area, Northern VA? (pls don’t publish my info)

  3. I’m obsessed with wanting my home to look like your team has been here, but overwhelmed, indecisive, short on time (and sleep) with 2 little kids, and my house looks like a bomb went off. One thing that mocks me wveryday, is my kids’ playroom. 1. Every room in our house is their playroom and 2. Those charming wooden thomas the train tracks, accessories and all the things that go with it. I MADE my own box with dividers out of cardboard and duct tape to separate the tracks; but there HAS to be a nice looking box that does a better job. I’ve searched and googled and Pinterested, only to be left wjth ideas that don’t quite hit the mark. The closest container that would maybe work is a CLEAR underbed shoe box, with 4 dividers to allocate train track pieces from the reject shop (comany based in AU). But even that doesn’t quite get me there. How, sweet ladies, would you organize Thomas the Train and all his glorious accessories, in a way thats easy to access, East to put away, and isn’t always in the way of everything; AND doesn’t have heavy bins that the kids won’t access because they’re to much trouble ? Any ideas on this? Please help!

  4. Thanks for this post. I live in the St. Louis area with a large black community. Would love to see Our town represented. 😁

  5. love your posts! i’m in denver with 4 kids and 4 dogs
    anyone here you recommend to help me get organized??

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