MRS Hinch just showed up at a sprawling farmhouse in the countryside – and revealed to fans that they’ve decorated their first room in the mansion.
Sophie Hinchliffe, 31, cleaning shows they’ve created a very stylish cape using old pallets and Ikea bargains.
Ms Hinch wrote on Instagram: “Our first room is done.
“Filled with so much love, made together in the ‘Grandpa’s Workshop’.”
Mother of two Sophie showed them how to buy a black shirt £75 jacket and shoe storage bench from Ikea for the room.
They also added a wooden pallet to the wall and screwed a black coat hanger, before adding a new tiled floor and a wooden bench.
She added: “This project will stay with me forever!
“I hope you all love it as much as we do! I love you dad, we’re finally Norm from the New Yankee Workshop.
“Take to the next room at the Hinch ranch.
“Have a great evening, I’ll be sitting here as long as I can tonight.”
On New Year’s Day, she showed that she was collected the keys with her husband Jamie and gave fans a tour around the splendid new mines.
In the clip, she says: “So Jamie and I are now on our way to pick up some very, very special keys.
“I don’t even know what to say if to be honest, I feel really numb but I feel really excited, here it is. We start! ”
Beautiful house with large wooden stairs, stables and large grounds.
Sophie, who gave birth to her second son Lennie in May 2021, shows off her eldest son Ronnie, two, happily exploring her new home.
Perfect for boys, the pad comes with a playhouse in the garden and horses in the neighboring field.
Mrs Hinch can be seen celebrating her new home purchase by hammering a Hinch Farm sign onto the fence.
Sophie is currently living between two homes before she completely moved and she has given fans a few glimpses inside the sprawling property.
The detached white front property features manicured lawns surrounding the home.
It boasts large open plan rooms with bay windows and French doors leading to the courtyard.
We shared how Mrs. Hinch got earned a whopping £1.5 million in the last 12 months.
We shared inside Mrs Hinch’s A cozy Christmas tradition with an elaborate fir tree that took her TWO days to decorate.
Previously, we brought you news about Mrs Hinch’s Christmas Furniture with Tesco & prices start from just £6.
https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/8224409/mrs-hinch-transforms-first-room-in-new-countryside-mansion-using-old-pallets-and-ikea-bargains/ Mrs Hinch transforms the first room in her new country house using old pallets and Ikea bargains