Mrs. Hinch’s new £1.1 million farmhouse is “an exciting project,” according to a kitchen expert.
Mrs Hinch’s new farmhouse will be influenced by several trends, according to a KITCHEN expert.
Mrs Hinch is incorporating utility, washroom, and pantry trends in her new home, according to the expert.
Mrs Hinchliffe, a cleaning enthusiast, is moving from her iconic crushed velvet home to a £1.1 million five-bed farmhouse.
Following her announcement on New Year’s Day, the Instagram star has gradually revealed her plans for the countryside ‘Hinch Farm’ to her 4.2 million followers.
She’s been sharing her renovation plans for the property since then.
The mother of two recently revealed her current plans for a utility room as well as her thoughts on the home’s color scheme.
Mrs Hinch recently shared a collection of color swatches titled “Mushroom Paint Colors” on her Instagram story.
“Lots of questions asking about my chosen color scheme for the new house so…,” she wrote.
“Mushroom is the only word that comes to mind when I think of it.”
All of these colors will be used in a variety of ways.”
Sophie then shared a second photo of her utility room plans.
She also shared a mood board with a number of interior design ideas.
The influencer appears to have chosen a neutral color palette for her new home, which is in stark contrast to her previous residence.
Mrs. Hinch’s iconic home was decorated in a grey and white color scheme with silver accents and crushed velvet furniture.
Lizzie Beesley, Head of Design at kitchen specialists Magnet, has given her opinion on what her fans can expect from the influencer’s new interior after reviewing the trends from the mood boards.
“It’s obvious that Mrs. Hinch is a trend setter,” she said.
She’s nailed the current trend for a warm, neutral color palette.
“These soothing hues add warmth to any space and serve as the ideal backdrop for bolder colors and patterns.”
“Her matte stone, classic shaker cabinetry, washed wood, and matte black handles all have a Scandinavian feel to them.”
Perfect for a utility room, where you want to add warmth and comfort to the scent of freshly washed laundry.”
Mrs. Hinch was inspired by Scandinavians, according to the expert.
“Experts at creating coziness in their homes, the Scandinavians understand the balance of space,” Lizzie continued.
Mrs. Hinch has done a fantastic job with this design principle.
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