There's not a single thing out of place!
Sophie Hinchliffe — aka Mrs Hinch — has taken Instagram by storm with her series of low-cost cleaning hacks that have turned homes the length and breadth of the country from drab to fab.
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And with a new book just released entitled Hinch Yourself Happy we’re thinking she could very well become the Marie Kondo of the cleaning world. But the question on everyone’s lips is when she downs her duster for the day does she really practise what she preaches in her own home?
We take a look inside Mrs Hinch house to find out…
Mrs Hinch House
A palette of grey and white gives this living room a clean and contemporary feel, while cosy touches come in the form of a textured rug, chunky knit throw and a smattering of candles.
Flocked wallpaper, a statement velvet pin cushion headboard, a pile up of decorative cushions and matching side table displays — what’s not to love about this amazing boudoir?
Baby blue nursery
Even baby Ronnie’s room is pristine. The soothing blue spot wallpaper and adorable giraffe add a childish touch, whilst keeping the space in tune with the decor of the rest of the house. The floating bookshelf within reach from the rocking chair is a genius idea in this cosy reading nook.
Baby changing room
Ronnie might have his own nursery, but this little changing corner was set up in Mummy and Daddy Hinch’s bedroom. The chest of drawers has been transformed into a changing table with the addition of the changing topper. This is genius for parents who want their new baby friendly furniture to last longer than a baby onsie.
A cracker of a kitchen
The units may and counter top may be neutral, but those accessories definitely aren’t. We would never have dreamed of putting a huge vase of flowers on the induction hob when not in use and we’re also in love with those little hanging pots of greenery and freestanding country-style side board with handy wicker storage baskets.
Mismatch chairs in the dining room
Mrs Hinch transformed her former lounge into a show-stopping dining room dripping in her signature silver-y grey colour. She has used here original four seater table, but added extra seats with these velvet statement chairs that look fit for the Queen of clean.
Shelving with style
Why have ordinary floating shelves when you can re-purpose old fruit crates to stylish effect? The oversized mason jar filled with foliage is a nice twist on the terrarium trend too.
A huge no.5 Chanel perfume bottle filled with flowers, incense sticks perched in a Buddha ornament and THAT futuristic wall clock — Mrs Hinch has just proved that you can work interiors magic in even the most unassuming of spaces.
Quote decals are a great way to liven up plain bathroom walls, and they’ll also give you something to ponder on as you take a soak.
With her packed schedule it’s no wonder Mrs Hinch has created a fuss-free garden with a section of paving stones, border of grass and some potted plants and trellising for interest.
And this a low-key entertainment/relaxation space is a lovely bonus too.
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Which is your favourite spot in Mrs Hinch house?