Our Favorite Rooms by Sabrina Soto

Sabrina Soto makes dreams come true on a tight budget. See how she does it with our fave rooms from The High Low Project.

  • Bright Blue

    A bench helps accommodate the homeowners' extended family in this vibrant dining room. The bright blue walls offer a contemporary feel, while the farmhouse table and pendant lights add the rustic touch the homeowners were searching for, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Soft and Sunny

    A deep blue-gray sofa and dark accessories work well in contrast with the soft blue walls in this bright, sunny space, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Youthful Update

    Affordable modern furnishings replaced hand-me-down pieces to give this traditional living room a youthful and fresh update, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Graphic Patterns

    Large, graphic patterns are sprinkled throughout this bedroom for a playful look. Alternating the direction of the designs helps keep the look from seeming too busy, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Inviting Family Room

    This family room is both comfortable and inviting for kids but stylish enough for adults to enjoy as well, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Contemporary Loft

    This contemporary loft's sitting area is small but stylish, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Breakfast Bar

    A breakfast bar helps visually divide the living area from the kitchen area in this open space while providing extra seating and storage, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Colorful Pillows

    A neutral sofa is given pops of color thanks to a fun selection of pillows, including some with designs by Alexander Girard and Dan Golden. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Stylish Storage

    Contemporary cabinets provide a stylish storage solution for a large family, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Contemporary Cabinets

    Contemporary cabinets provide a stylish storage solution for a large family, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Mod Bookshelf

    Storage cubes are stacked and secured to one another to mimic the style of a much more expensive modular shelving unit, as seen on HGTV's The High/Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Cheery Nursery

    Nurseries don't have to stick to pink or blue color schemes. This bright chartreuse makes this room cheery and pleasant for both baby and parents, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Beauty on a Budget

    This great room redo came with a great price tag: $48,000. Designer Sabrina Soto matched each piece with a more affordable option and brought the total cost down to $6,500, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Classy Glass

    A simple glass table and stools, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project, make up an intimate seating area in this living room designed for entertaining. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Fun Rug

    A Madeline Weinrib rug anchors this fun family room. Furniture was kept sturdy and simple enough for kids to use, while the whole look is stylish enough for adults to appreciate too, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Enclosed Porch

    Adding indoor furniture to this enclosed porch transformed it into usable living space, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Energetic Space

    This contemporary living room is where the young owner of this home spends most of her time. The furniture is designed to be appropriate for relaxing and entertaining while providing youthful energy to the space, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Play Area

    A large basement is divided into a cozy sitting area for adults to enjoy and a play area for kids, complete with ping pong, piano and comfortable bean bag chairs, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Bold Plum

    The bold plum color in this dining room is balanced by crisp white wainscoting and elegant beige furniture, as seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist. A nailhead trim on the dining chairs adds a touch of elegance. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Neutral Palette

    A mostly neutral palette is spiced up with different textures and the occasional pop of color, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Great Seating Setup

    This cozy seating area is arranged well for both conversation and TV time, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • High Curtains

    Hanging curtains high above the windows makes this bedroom feel roomier, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Placing the bed in front of one of the windows opens up wall space for bookcases and other storage without blocking the natural light. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Subtle Patterns

    The graphic patterns used in this bedroom are strong enough to give visual interest to the room but subtle enough to work together, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Brilliant Bird Cages

    Eclectic bird cages are grouped together to create a fun lighting installation in this dining nook, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Masculine Meets Feminine

    The walls of this master bedroom were painted bright red to match the vibrant personality of the homeowner. Strips of fabric were draped across the canopy bed to add a feminine touch to the masculine-style furniture, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Bedroom Retreat

    A sitting area was included in this master bedroom to give the homeowners a private retreat away from kids, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Open Flow

    The flow of this living space was kept open to keep it from feeling crowded. Bar stools provide a space for dining as well as extra seating for guests, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Classic Lines

    This classic lines of this sofa are timeless and can be dressed up or down by choice of decorative pillow, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Whimsical Fan

    A vintage tabletop fan by Hunter adds a whimsical touch to any space, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Extra Seating

    Stools offer additional seating when the homeowner entertains and are easily tucked away underneath the console table when not in use, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Office Nook

    Homeowners made the most of a tight space by adding a home office to a nook off their master bedroom. Furniture was kept sleek so as not to clutter the area and curtains are used to close off the office nook when not in use, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Organizational Center

    Sleek furniture keeps this home office nook from feeling cluttered or cramped. An organizational center on the wall cuts down on the need for messy paperwork, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Elegant Bookshelf

    The owner of this apartment loves to use her living room for both quiet reading and for entertaining. The sitting area is arranged for intimate conversation, while an elegant bookshelf gives her plenty of space to keep her beloved books, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Intimate Armchairs

    These contemporary armchairs provide additional seating in an intimate sitting area arrangement without blocking the view through the window, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Light Palette

    The headboard, nightstands, dresser and lamps in this master bedroom are scaled appropriately for the low ceiling and sloped walls in this master bedroom. The color palette was kept light and neutral to help the space to feel larger, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

  • Serene Retreat

    A mostly neutral color palette (with a subtle pop of color from a West Elm rug) was used in this master bedroom to create a serene, retreat-style vibe for homeowners who wanted a getaway from kids, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Design: Sabrina Soto

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