Mrs Hinch reveals stunning kitchen transformation – and has even decorated UNDER her sink | The Sun

WHEN it comes to decorating, most of us will give the walls a fresh lick of paint and maybe change the wall art to give it a new feel.

But Mrs Hinch has taken things one step further while renovating her kitchen at 'Hinch Farm' – by even decorating under the kitchen sink.


Taking to Instagram, the cleaning whizz, who moved into a stunning five-bedroom Essex farmhouse last year, shared before and after photographs of the impressive transformation.

The before snap showed the kitchen completely stripped back and in desperate need of a modern update.

But after, the spacious room had been fitted with fresh white kitchen cupboards, a marble worktop surface and wooden display cabinets.

And making sure no corner was missed, the cleanfluencer, 32, usedeucalyptus to add a personal touch to the cupboard under the sink.

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Alongside the snap, she quipped: "Yep, I reckon I'm the first person to decorate underneath their sink – but look at it (my fave cupboard always!

"But it's finally here! My own frosted eucalyptus collection."

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It comes just weeks after 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 griege and were adorned with four animal-themed prints.

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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.


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