Having perfected the interiors of her own home, Mrs Hinch is currently undergoing an altogether smaller home project.
The cleaning influencer is in the process of transforming an old dolls house into the ultimate play home for her eldest son Ronnie.
Mrs Hinch invited her 4.2 million fans along on the journey as she spent time upgrading the tired toy into something truly special.
The 32-year-old started by sanding all the wood and priming the playhouse she sourced on Facebook marketplace with a paint on solution.
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As she scrubs away at the miniature house, the star can be heard saying: "It's coming up really nice. I didn't realise how much dirt there actually was on here."
Mrs Hinch then got to work painting the outside of the playhouse before focusing on the interior, where she intends to tackle one room at a time.
Using lolly sticks to create mini skirting boards and sized down wallpaper, the replica room looked straight from the main Hinch home.
She then completed the first room with miniature furniture bought on eBay and a Sylvanian family character.
Mrs Hinch giggled as she revealed the results of her hard work, saying how much fun she had making it.
"What do you guys think? Still got lots of rooms, but I am loving this," she wrote alongside some photos of the project.
Earlier this week, the social media star was forced to defend her son's new toy after online commenters.
After sharing clips of the mini playhouse she bought online, Sophie Hinchliffe wrote: "I think I've finally collected everything I need to start project doll's house tomorrow. I can't wait to share it with you all."
However, not everyone was supportive of her letting her two year old son play with a dolls house.
Sophie shared an inbox message she received, which said: "Dolls house? Why is Ronnie playing with a dolls house?"
She hit back at the cruel message saying: "Well, this has p***ed me off if I'm honest with you.
"I don't know why children are pigeon-holed on what to play with. If Ronnie wants to play with a dolls house, he will play with a dolls house. Stupid person."
However, the comments didn't deter Sophie, who spent the next day working on her unique present for Ronnie.
Ronnie is Sophie's first child with her husband Jamie, and the couple also share a second baby boy named Lennie Alan James Hinchliffe born earlier this year.
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