Inside Mrs Hinch’s stunning farmhouse chic laundry room at gorgeous new home

Mrs Hinch has given a glimpse inside her first renovation at her gorgeous farmhouse and has shared designs of her new laundry room.

The 31 year old cleaning influencer, who recently welcomed three alpacas to her new abode, re-shared a sneak peek into the design of her utility room at her new pad which she has lovingly named Hinch Farm.

Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, shares children Ronnie, two, and Lennie, eight months, with husband Jamie, 42, and has set to work in turning their farmhouse into a dream family home.

The couple have enlisted the help of Bradley Reeve Design, who also created their grey kitchen at their former home, to transform the blank space into the perfect room for Mrs Hinch to store her many cleaning products.

Bradley has designed for a wealth of celebrity clients including Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan, Billie and Greg Shepherd, Georgia Kousoulou and Tommy Mallet, Olivia and Alex Bowen and Denise Van Outen.

The mum of two and Jamie have opted for a traditional style to their utility with pale green cupboards, white walls and natural wooden flooring.

Meanwhile Bradley has designed a large dresser to fill one side of the room with hooks to hang fresh clothes and a bench seating area.

We can also see that a washing machine and tumble dryer have been stacked on top of one another and have been perfectly fitted into the design of the room.

A farmhouse sink is the focal point of the room and Mrs Hinch has plenty of cupboard space to neatly organise her cleaning products and cloths.

Taking a closer look, wicker baskets have been placed on top of the dresser and above the sink area to create a country farmhouse feel.

Meanwhile Mrs Hinch shared an update on the utility work with her followers and explained: "Not much has changed to be fair because a lot of things are going on behind the walls and in the floors.

"But this will be our utility room which I am very excited about! The internal doors have arrived and I have gone for the white panelled ones and I have bought some black iron farmhouse style handles."

The Instagram sensation also re-shared Bradley's design and penned: "This is the first stage design for our utility guys. We still have a few changes to make. But this is exciting.

"I remember this time last year me and Jamie went down our local high street, walked into the first kitchen shop we could find and met a friendly kitchen designer called Bradley.

"He helped us redesign our kitchen and he was just amazing. Fast forward a year and he now works for himself, doing INCREDIBLE work. I honestly didn't think he would have the time to help us now because he's been working on INCREDIBLE homes.

"Be he made the time and helping us here on Hinch Farm! We are so proud of you Brad! And so pleased we found you randomly sat at your desk. Everything happens for a reason."

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