Master Suite Reveal, Episode 4 | Hinterland Hideaway New Build | House 10

Shut the front door, it’s Episode FOUR! How on earth are we more than half way through this series already? #hinterlandhideaway #mediterraneanfarmhouse time flies when you’re having fun!

We know that a parent’s retreat is usually right up there on the wish list when creating a family home and we’re sure this one will not disappoint! It’s got an open-plan bedroom and ensuite, and as if a double shower wasn’t enough, there’s another on the balcony, for good measure. And it’s totally private thanks to this secluded rainforest setting. Note: please don’t try this in suburbia!

‘Walk in robe’ doesn’t really do Sophie’s colour-coded dressing room justice – you’re going to have to see it to believe it… and the best part is that you can recreate it on a budget because the wardrobe’s from IKEA! Ikea luxury hack!

Charge your mobiles people… or even better, cast it to the big screen… Episode Four is coming in hotter than hot!

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