Cleaning expert Mrs Hinch, AKA Sophie Hinchliffe, often gives her fans a glimpse of her home when she’s filming her cleaning tips. The cleaning influencer shares snapshots of her life at home by filming and taking photos of her son Ronnie and dog Henry. Mrs Hinch recently revealed to fans that she is expecting her second child.
The cleaning influencer’s kitchen has grey cabinets with silver handles, white counters and walls and a stainless steel sink.
The kitchen also includes an electric hob, integrated oven and microwave and built-in lights below the cabinets to give the room added light.
She told fans they “knocked through” the wall between the kitchen and the dining room so they can see into each room.
The dining room used to be the lounge but they extended the property to add space.
The rest of the home is neutrally decorated with white walls, silver mirrors, grey wood-effect floors and white furniture.
The sofas in the lounge are a grey satin material with matching cushions in different textures.
Next, Mrs Hinch shared her go-to items which help her keep the family home “clean and tidy”.
She showed fans some “mini drawers” from Ikea where she keeps her make up and hair accessories.
In Ronnie’s drawers, Mrs Hinch has organisers where she rolls up clothes to keep them in place.
Another product Mrs Hinch uses is a table-basket where she keeps blankets.
Many of her cupboards contain baskets which she labels to keep her products in place.
She also has a storage rack for her vegetables and an egg house.
In the lounge, Mrs Hinch uses a remote control holder so she never loses track of her controllers.
In her kitchen cupboards, she uses a Lakeland extendable cupboard organiser to keep her tins in check.
Her pal Stacey Solomon showed her how to use a tension rod with shower clips on it to hang up packeted foods.
The cleaning expert also stores a lot of her food in labelled jars so she knows exactly where everything is.
Another tip from Mrs Hinch is using a shower caddy stuck to the inside of her cupboard with hooks.
Mug hook holders keep the cleaning sensation’s cups looking neat and tidy while a plate rack is used sideways to keep her chopping boards lined up and organised.