I moved into my boyfriend’s home & transformed it – trolls say I gave it the ‘Hinch Special’ & slam it for looking basic

A WOMAN has been slammed for transforming her boyfriend’s house into the ‘Hinch Special’ after she redecorated.

Laura Welford was quick to post the home transformation to her TikTok account (@laurawelford8).

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But it seems not everyone was a fan.

In the short clip, the 25-year-old hairdresser showed off what her boyfriend’s front room looked like before she gave his home a ‘woman’s touch.’

He had two black sofas, a mirror hanging above a white fireplace, and a giant TV.

To decorate, he added a pop-punk poster and beige patterned wallpaper to create a feature wall.

The decor clearly wasn’t to Laura’s taste as she stripped out the fireplace, removed the poster, and added new carpets and wallpaper.

She opted for grey carpets, grey sofas and grey walls, adding a trendy lime-wash effect paint to create another feature wall.

Laura kept the TV which she hung above a marble-effect TV console and finished the room off with a large feathered lamp and a beige and gold velvet ottoman.

“Moved into my boyfriend’s house and gave it the woman’s touch,” she captioned the post.

The video has since gone viral with over 550k views and over 30k likes.

But not everyone was a fan and many slammed Laura for giving it the ‘Hinch Special.’

Cleaning sensation, Mrs Hinch, is known for her neutral interior designs.

Before moving into Hinch Farm, which is now decorated in beige and natural wood, she was a big fan of grey and made every room in her house match the aesthetic.

One person wrote: “The B&M Hinch special.”

Another remarked: “You gave it the “B&M live, laugh, love wall sticker” touch.”

“The ‘looks like everyone else’s’ touch,” jibbed a third.

Meanwhile, a fourth quipped: “Aka the ‘live, laugh, love’ special.”

Despite the mean comments, many praised Laura for the transformation, one added: “Much better! Love your carpet!”

Another person commented: “Love it, but oh my looks very expensive.”

“This wallpaper is stunning,” wrote a third.