ALONG with her purse-friendly cleaning hacks, there's no denying that Mrs Hinch provides us with a daily dose of interior inspiration.
But unlike other social media influencers, the new mum's home is full of purse-friendly finds - and as one thrifty student has recently found out, her signature grey style is easy to recreate on a budget.
Like students up and down the country, Liv found her new bedroom a little - shall we say - "uninspiring" and was only provided with a bed and a desk.
But rather than covering up any damp patches with photo montages like the rest of us, the thrifty student decided to give her new living space a full-on Mrs Hinch makeover - and only spent £400 in the process.
She said: "I chose to renovate it because I wanted to make my student house my home."
Unsurprisingly, the thrifty interior design fan headed straight to IKEA to pick up a few packs of their stick-on mirrors which cost £7 for four.
Drawing inspiration from Mrs Hinch's plush, grey interiors, Liv also stocked up on fluffy blankets and velvet cushions from eBay and painted the walls white.
After decorating the chimney breast with the affordable stick-on reflective squares, Liv also invested in a £45 full-length silver mirror from IKEA which will capture the perfect outfit shots.
And while there's not a lot the student can do about the hardy brown carpet in her bedroom, she did expertly cover the majority of it with a plush grey rug which matched her overall aesthetic.
As the first to arrive at her new uni digs, Liv added: "I also put in a effort to make the living spaces as 'home-y' before every body else moved in.
"There is such a stigma behind student homes not being cared for by the students living in them as they are low on money and not living there long, but I do love interior design and have done for years."
After being inundated with questions from other students wanting to revamp their rooms, Liv explained on Twitter: "Some of the stuff is recycled as well and finally with all new furniture, from curtains to pain, it cost about £400 which is pretty alright if you ask me."
And although many commented on how this is still pretty pricey for a student, Liv added: "Can we please all bear in mind that I absolutely love interior design and have been passionate about it for years so £400 is okay for me to spend as it's something I love."
She added: "Safe to say, I'm extremely pleased with the small budget I had!"
Praising Liv's efforts, one user replied: "Looks like a completely new room!"
Meanwhile, her future flatmate responded: "I'm embarrassed that this is next door to my room and I haven't even moved in yet..."
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