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10 Organizing Shows on Netflix That Will Inspire You to Declutter Now

Looking for storage solutions to bring order to a cluttered space? You'll find plenty of inspiration in these must-watch organizing shows on Netflix Canada.

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Tidying Up With Marie Kondo

Japanese organizing expert Marie Kondo’s passion for tidying began early on—she launched her first consultancy business as a university student in Tokyo. Later, she would become a household name for her internationally renowned KonMari method for decluttering. By focusing on one category at a time—such as clothes, books or sentimental items—she helps families reclaim their homes with her gentle guidance and signature philosophy of only keeping what “sparks joy.” Her famous, space-saving folding technique might even have you looking forward to laundry day!

Watch this show if: You have a hard time letting go of things.

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Get Organized with The Home Edit

If Pinterest were a show, it would be Get Organized with The Home Edit. Nashville-based home organizing experts Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin were introduced by a mutual friend and immediately knew that their shared love of rainbow-coordination would be a hit on Instagram. Today, they’ve published a book, launched a product line and have even organized the homes of celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Khloé Kardashian. Their outgoing personalities and simple three-step process will turn your home into a mood board-worthy space in no time.

Watch this show if: You love to be surrounded by colours and finding a container for everything.

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Minimalism: A Documentary about the Important Things

This landmark film created waves with its exploration of what minimalism really looks like when it premiered in 2016. It follows the lives of Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, two best friends and minimalists as they have intimate conversations with others, from entrepreneurs to architects, who were also drawn to a more pared-down way of life.

Watch this show if: You’re considering a transition to living with less.

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Tiny House Nation

How can you live large in a space that measures just 400 square feet? In Tiny House Nation, renovation experts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin travel around America exploring innovative small spaces whilst designing and building families their very own dream mini-homes. This series explores how stripping your space down to the bare necessities can be more affordable and environmentally friendly.

Watch this show if: You’re looking to downsize in a major way.

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Restaurants On The Edge

From Malta to Muskoka, three experts—chef Dennis Prescott, restaurateur Nick Liberato, and interior designer Karin Bohn—travel around the world in search of troubled restaurants in desperate need of their business savvy. Take notes as you watch them rebrand these spaces in a way that reflects the needs of their respective communities,  and pick up pro tips like how to maximize height in smaller spaces for extra storage.

Watch this show if: You’re looking for a design, food and travel show all wrapped into one.

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Interior Design Masters

In this show, interior designers from across the U.K. go head-to-head in design challenges to transform run-down hotels, stores and restaurants. With the prize of a contract to design a bar at one of London’s top hotels on the line, tensions run high as the contestants’ abilities are tested. You’ll come away with practical advice on storage solutions that avoid overcrowding spaces, and the space-saving magic of optimal furniture arrangement.

Watch this show if: You love bold design choices—and a bit of drama.

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Did you know that someone is injured by a piece of falling furniture every 17 minutes? This investigative documentary dives into consumer culture and the dangers of counterfeit products, plastics and fast furniture. These jaw dropping statistics might have you re-thinking how you buy, consume and dispose of things.

Watch this show if: You want to learn how to make your shopping habits more sustainable.

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Stay Here

In Stay Here, interior design expert Genevieve Gorder and real estate broker Peter Lorimer travel across America revamping unique spaces into vacation rentals. Binge watch this series for tips on how to spice up minimal spaces, like using bold wallpaper to add character—without the clutter. (Don’t miss these DIY painting ideas for an eye-catching focal wall.)

Watch this show if: You want to make your space stand out—even if you’re not flipping it into a rental.

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Instant Hotel

In Instant Hotel, contestants are challenged to transform their homes into hotels. The kicker? They’ll be staying in each other’s homes and rating the experience. Get organizing tips from award-wining interior design expert and judge Juliet Ashworth on how a few vintage pieces can make a space look more glamorous.

Watch this show if: You love hosting guests.

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Dream Home Makeover

After Shea and Syd McGee moved into an apartment that needed some TLC, they began to document the remodeling on Instagram. With Shea’s eye for modern laid-back aesthetics and Syd’s business acumen, the husband-and-wife duo decided to launch their interior design firm, Studio McGee after receiving an influx of inquiries. From budget-friendly yet breathtaking living room updates to complete gut jobs, we follow the pair as they transform their clients’ spaces.

Watch this show if: You’re looking for ways to modernize your home without breaking the bank.

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