Mrs Hinch shares simple trick to transform her radiator and it looks fantastic
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When it comes to home interiors, the little things can make a big difference.
And there aren't many people that know more about making houses look fantastic than cleaning star Mrs Hinch.
The Instagram influencer often shares tips and tricks on how to revamp rooms with her 4.1 million followers, and Friday was no exception.
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The pregnant mum-of-one took to her Insta-stories to share a snap of two planks of wood, telling fans: "I've never been so excited about a delivery of two planks of wood.
"Guess where these are going?"
The star then showcased their usage, by transforming her plain white radiator, by using a plank as a cover; simple yet effective.
She captioned the snap, writing: "Mini rad makeover
"I really wanted to tie the dining room into the living room area a little more!
"I'm so pleased with it guys! Saved me buying a whole new cover x"
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The star then went on to showcase how she had done the same to the smaller radiator on the landing.
The cleanfluencer had tied the white and wooden colour scheme together beautifully with the addition of vases of pampas grass.
Mrs Hinch recently hit out at trolls who criticise her parenting skills.
Sharing a snap of her toddler son Ronnie, she wrote: "There will always be another child who is smarter, more athletic, more talented, more obedient than yours, as well as kids who aren’t as smart, athletic, talented, obedient as yours."
The soon to be mum of two, who has launched an exclusive affordable collection with F&F, continued: "I really am fed up of seeing passive aggressive messages and comments, 'does your child even speak yet Sophie', 'you need to cut Ronnie's hair', 'Ronnie should be counting by now', 'why haven’t you shown Ronnie much today on your stories', 'you film your child too much'. We simply cannot win.
"So please to those people following me that are not supportive of others and are only here to criticise and find faults in other people … Please STOP and put your energy elsewhere."
Taking inspiration from an article by Care, she said: "Sorry for this long rant but 'Comparison is the thief of joy' is an old saying that’s been Instagrammed and retweeted many a time… And this CERTAINLY doesn’t exclude parenting!"
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