As fans of Sophie, aka Mrs Hinch, we were pretty excited when her first homeware launched online and in Tesco stores earlier this year. Now the new winter buys have been added in time for Christmas.
Sophie Hinchcliffe sprung to fame as a cleanfluencer on Instagram, showing us all how to get our homes looking our best with her clever hacks. However, her home soon became a source of chic grey bedroom ideas and grey living room ideas, as well as the best cleaning products to buy
If you haven't already got a touch of Mrs Hinch’s style in your home with her Tesco home range, then now's the time to take a look. The new pieces are rather gorgeous – and they’re really affordable, too.
You might expect that the range is entirely grey, however, there are metallic touches, along with brown pampas and some soft neutral colours too. With snuggly throws, lanterns and sweet little photo frames, you can update your home beautifully for Christmas.
Mrs Hinch homeware range at Tesco
The new collection is filled with pretty accessories to update a sideboard from the ribbed vase to the star-shaped lanterns.
Hinch knitted tassel throw
Super snuggly, we love this throw for the sofa or a bed and those oversize tassels are a nice touch. It's also ideal if you have guests staying for Christmas this year, as you could pop it in their room as an extra layer if it gets chilly. The Hinch knitted tassel throw in Dove Grey is priced at £25.
Hinch heart photo frame
This sweet picture frame is made from sustainably sourced wood and has a grey flocked back to it. What better way to display a picture of your loved ones this year? The Hinch heart photo frame is priced at £6.
Hinch 3 heart tea lights
Boasting fragrances of frosted jasmine and musk, these team lights are set in sweet miniature heart-shaped ceramic pots. The set of three heart tealights are ideal for dotting around the house – or as a gift for someone special, for just £7.
These 100% natural pampas grass stems are ideal for adding to existing floral displays or styled on their own and come in ivory or natural (shown here). Or, why not add them to your Christmas tree for an on-trend tree display?
These aren't available online yet, but you might be lucky and find them in your local store.
Alongside the new addition to the range, you can also find a few favourites from the old collection available
Hinch Oversized Seersucker Silver Double Duvet Set
Update your bedroom with Hinch Oversized Seersucker Silver Double Duvet Set, £26. We love that it doesn't have to be ironed to look good, and at £26 you can't go wrong. The duvet set also comes in fresh white for a crisp hotel bed look.
Hinch In Drawer Organiser 3 Pack
While they might not have the 'ooh' factor, these organisers are a great bedroom storage idea. It was important to Mrs Hinch that the organisers were sturdy and would keep their shape, so expect them to be nice and firm.
The Hinch In Drawer Organiser 3 Pack will make drawers so neat you'll save loads of time looking for odd socks. Follow Marie Kondo's method and go dark socks on the left, fading to white socks on the right.
What will you be adding to your basket?
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Millie Hurst was Senior Content Editor at Ideal Home from 2020-2022, and is now Section Editor at Homes & Gardens. Before stepping into the world of interiors, she worked as a Senior SEO Editor for News UK in both London and New York. You can usually find her looking up trending terms and finding real-life budget makeovers our readers love. Millie came up with the website's daily dupes article which gives readers ways to curate a stylish home for less.
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