MRS Hinch has given her 2.9million fans a sneak peek into how she has decorated her pristine home for Christmas.
Cleaning sensation Sophie Hinchliffe, 29, has racked up a legion of fans thanks to her home decoration skills, and she has clearly pulled out all the stops this festive season.
The mum-of-one’s Essex pad looks like a magical winter wonderland, complete with garlands on the bannisters, fake snow and reindeer.
Mrs Hinch’s home is known by fans for being nearly completely grey and white, and of course her Christmas decorations follow this theme to a tee.
Yesterday, the Instagram star revealed her second Christmas tree which is located on her immaculate landing.
The tree is entirely matching with white and grey baubles, and there is even a sweet bunny underneath.
Sophie, who gave birth to baby Ronnie in June, posted a photo on Instagram and wrote: “I’m feeling extra Christmassy this evening because we’ve just got home from seeing the beautiful Christmas lights!”
The landing railings have been decorated with garlands that are adorned with white flowers and baubles.
There are two stockings hanging on the radiator, as well as a large lantern and Santa gonk.
Mrs Hinch has clearly been hard at work this Christmas and not just with the decorating.
She shared on her Instagram Stories on Friday a whopping mound of presents that she has wrapped up in brown paper for friends and family.
Mrs Hinch previously revealed her main Christmas tree in the lounge which has grey and white baubles, bows and a light-up angel on top.
The wintery scene was completed with two reindeer with fake snow at their feet, and wooden sleigh and two cute gonks.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, the popular cleaning guru admitted she felt pressured to upload the perfect tree to her grid, but was proud of her efforts.
She also shared her beautiful blue front door which has a peach-colour wreath hung on front.
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If you are looking to follow in Mrs HInch’s footsteps and create your own immaculate-looking tree, the cleaning influencer shared a brilliant trick last year for hiding pesky bauble strings.
She said: "These little parts where you can see where the baubles are attached, I just put a bit of snow over it."
That's right, the influencer covers up those annoying strings using a fake snow spray.
Concentrating on the specific area where the string is visible, Mrs Hinch's hack gives the illusion a tree dusted with the perfect amount of snow.
Don't mind us, we'll just be adding fake snow to our ever-growing Mrs Hinch hauls...
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