Written by Paisley Tedder

Mrs Hinch teams up with Tesco for her first homeware collection

Mrs Hinch, AKA Instagram’s queen of clean, has launched her first homeware collection with Tesco.

Instagram sensation Sophie Hinchliffe, or Mrs Hinch as she is more commonly known, has launched her first ever homeware collection. The new range, which is already available in selected Tesco Extra stores and online, has been a year in the making and is packed full of on-trend products.

Prices start at just £1.50, and the collection includes everything from practical kitchen accessories, to soft furnishings and calming scents. The bulk of the collection is designed in grey, one of Mrs Hinch’s favourite home shades, and we’re already big fans!

Here are some of our best buys from the new collection…

Be Happy wall art, £8

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Surround yourself with positivity by adding this simple print to your wall.

Grey large tote basket, £10

 

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As mum to a little one with another on the way soon, Mrs Hinch is all about good quality storage. We love the look of this lightweight, collapsible design which is ideal for keeping toys, nappies and other baby bits out of the way.

Hinch flavoured candle in lavender blossom, £5

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Mrs Hinch has always been honest and upfront about her anxiety and how her love of cleaning helps her. This beautiful candle will help us all to relax and thing calm, happy thoughts.

Hinch 3 pack of tea towels, £5

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We always need more tea towels! The simple cotton design is beautiful, and they’re a great price to boot.

Hinch candle holder small, £4

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This rustic, wooden candle holder will add elegance into your home. We love the neutral tones, meaning it will fit into any colour scheme. It’s suitable for pillar candles and is also available in a taller format for £6.

Have you bought anything from Mrs Hinch’s new Tesco homeware range yet? Tweet us @goodhomesmag or post a comment on our Facebook page!

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