MRS Hinch has revealed the very impressive transformation of the fourth bedroom at Hinch Farm – and there’s not a grey wall in sight.
The cleaning guru, 32, who moved into a five-bedroom farmhouse last year, has been showing off the various renovations that have taken place in recent months.
All of the makeovers have one thing in common – a neutral-colour scheme – and Mrs Hinch’s most recent bedroom transformation is no different.
Taking to Instagram, the cleaning whizz shared a short clip of the tired-looking fourth bedroom, which was in desperate need of a modern makeover.
Moments later she then revealed the stunning transformation – with the bedroom looking almost unrecognisable.
Ditching her old favourite grey interior scheme in favour of warmer neutrals, she opted for cream walls, a black side cabinet and a coordinating black bed frame.
And if anyone’s hoping to replicate the colour of the walls at home, then you’re in luck!
The cleaning whizz revealed she used the shade ‘Hay Bale’ from Dulux, which is described online as being a ‘beautiful, distinctive and versatile shade of Warm Neutral perfect for every room.’
She also told how the mink-coloured bedding and throw was from her own range at Tesco, while the bed and side table were from Amazon.
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The big reveal comes just days after she shared her beautiful “dream kitchen” transformation – adding that she’s “never been so in love with a room” in all her life.
The new and improved room has a striking kitchen island with wooden benches and a table in the centre – ideal for socialising.
It also features cream cupboard doors and walls, a pantry and glass doors that offer breathtaking views of the garden.
Prior to this, the cleaning guru shared a glimpse of the fun playroom she’d designed for her sons, Ronnie, three and Lennie, one.
In the snap, the walls were painted a shade of greige and were adorned with four animal-themed prints.
Meanwhile, the flooring was a mixture of green carpet to give the illusion of grass and a type of vinyl that featured a cobbled brick pattern.
Other decoration included a wooden tool bench and a mushroom storage basket.