The Design Network Gets Organized with Home Sort and mDesign
Published April 6, 2022
This week, The Design Network announces a brand new organizing series in partnership with mDesign, the premier online retail destination for a wide range of its functional and stylish home organizing solutions. With sisters and business owners Brandie Larsen and Ryan Eiesland of Home Sort leading the way, each episode tackles one homeowner’s space in need of an organization overhaul.
Whether it’s dysfunctional closets or chaotic kids’ spaces, homeowners need help getting organized but with busy lives and families, restoring order at home can feel overwhelming. From creating systems to parting ways with junk, this all new TDN series inspires and encourages viewers to get rid of the clutter! “The tone of the series is positive,” said Katlyn Wilson, TDN President. “We all know what it feels like to let things get disorganized. These are signs of a life well lived! Brandie and Ryan remove the shame and show up with the solutions.”
The show, created in collaboration with mDesign, follows each space as it transitions from chaotic to clutter-free using innovative mDesign solutions. “We recognize the positive emotional impact that having a clean, organized space can bring to someone’s life,” said mDesign Chief Executive Officer, Stacey Renfro. “By working in collaboration with Home Sort, we hope to inspire even more people to embrace simple solutions and arm them with the tools and knowledge they need to achieve their organizational goals.” mDesign ambassadors Brandie and Ryan of Home Sort have been proponents of the brand for years, with a bespoke Home Sort collection launching in 2022. They are experts on systems and on mDesign products for every need and lifestyle. “We help people get back to the things they enjoy most,” said Brandie, “that’s the real reward.”
Products featured in Episode 1: Cleaned Up Kitchen Chaos
Each mDesign product featured in the series is available on mDesign’s website.
Goodbye mess and hello fresh start!
Sort It Out airs every Tuesday, starting April 5, at 9/8p Central on The Design Network.