Mrs Hinch reveals how to create gorgeous nesting tables using £4 stool and chalk paint

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Mrs Hinch has revealed how to create gorgeous nesting tables after transforming a £4 white IKEA stool using spray chalk paint.

The cleaning influencer, 31, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, who recently shared the reality of juggling two year old son Ronnie and three month old Lennie with husband Jamie, shared with her 4.1million Instagram followers how to create the statement furniture.

Mrs Hinch, who has shared her Facebook Marketplace transformations, revealed her latest DIY makeover after she described how it was ‘so hard to find a mini side table’.

The mum-of-two transformed a £4 stool into a side table and £19 piece into a tray table using an £8 Plastikote Chalk Finish Spray Paint in shade Dark Hessian.


Mrs Hinch has revealed how to create gorgeous nesting tables (Image: mrshinchhome/Instagram)

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She penned: “Sometimes it’s so hard to find a mini ‘side table’ to not only move around the house easily but also fit into smaller places AND that matches your colour palette so I thought I would create my own mini Hinch tables.”

Mrs Hinch sprayed both white stools in the paint before using a glue gun on the smaller table to attach her £3 grey placemat for added texture.


The tables started with a plain white finish (Image: mrshinchhome/Instagram)


Mrs Hinch sprayed both white stools in the paint (Image: mrshinchhome/Instagram)


Mrs Hinch glued a placemat to the table (Image: mrshinchhome/Instagram)


Mrs Hinch added a placemat (Image: mrshinchhome/Instagram)

The blonde beauty added her £12 Hinch tray to the larger table and dressed the furniture with her Relax candle, her book, This Is Me, along with a pair of glasses and sprig of eucalyptus.

Showing off the finished design, she added: “Not bad for a £4 IKEA stool. You could spray paint the frame to match your own decor of course. And my Hinch placemat is £3.


The blonde beauty added her £12 Hinch tray to the larger table and dressed the furniture with her Relax candle (Image: mrshinchhome/Instagram)

Mrs Hinch became a star by sharing cleaning tips on her Instagram

Mrs Hinch rose to fame for her cleaning videos on Instagram (Image: Instagram / @mrshinchhome)

“I’ve always wanted a tray table in my own colour palette! So I’m over the moon with this one (it’s the GLADOM IKEA table £19). My Hinch tray fits perfect too. Meant to be.”

Meanwhile a loyal followers messaged Mrs Hinch and described how the tables could be slotted together to create the perfect nesting collection.

Mrs Hinch rose to fame for her cleaning videos on Instagram, which gained her a huge following. Along with pal Stacey Solomon, the pair have been recently named the highest earning ‘Mumfluencers’ on the social media platform.

The businesswomen are at the forefront of the ‘mumfleuncer’ movement, which sees followers seek out stars posting about everyday activities such as cleaning, crafting and the school run, rather than unattainable glamour.

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