A couple have gone viral after discovering their interior design talent during lockdown.

Declan Hatte, 27, and Jonathan Larkins, 26, shot to social media fame after sharing how they transformed their Larkhall house into their dream home - twice.

The pair had extra time on their hands after being furloughed as the coronavirus pandemic took over.

Glasgow Times: Jonathan and Declan in their Larkhall homeJonathan and Declan in their Larkhall home (Image: Sourced)

They decided to take the chance to pour their energy into revamping their home before deciding to move and start all over again in 2021.

Since then, they have been updating followers on their unique ideas and luxury home style on their @hattielarkinshome Instagram account.

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Declan told the Glasgow Times: “Being furloughed throughout lockdown let us take on design as a new hobby because we had extra income from not going out and more time.

“We started to get into DIY stuff and wanted to keep our home fresh. Style has always been at the forefront, for us it is important to keep things unique.

“We work for our holidays and home, that's where we put our money, so we often take inspiration from nice hotels and places we visit.

“We try to buy our stuff locally and find different pieces, some of it is £70 and some is £700. We like to have a mix.

“Recently I have been down a vintage rabbit hole and getting into recycling and upcycling things.”

Glasgow Times: Their house is inspired by luxury hotelsTheir house is inspired by luxury hotels (Image: Sourced)

Declan and Jonathan launched their home and lifestyle Instagram account in 2020 which quickly gained thousands of followers.

The couple moved into a new property they have since expanded in 2021 which saw them start on a new “blank canvas”.

The major project gained more followers for the stylish pair as they showed off their new digs in Larkhall.

Glasgow Times: The couple discovered their interior design talents during lockdownThe couple discovered their interior design talents during lockdown (Image: Sourced)

Declan said: “It’s been a great and our biggest project, when we first moved in it was just a big blank canvas.

“We had done our previous home up for four years but decided it was time to move on and now we have our new home.

“I think our followers enjoy our content because we try to keep it original and a bit different.

“We really appreciate everyone that follows us, it is validating to see people like our ideas and let us know what they think.”

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