Sabrina Soto's Best Designs

Get inspired by HGTV Star judge Sabrina Soto's best designs from The High/Low Project.

  • Cool Contemporary Bedroom

    A tufted headboard is paired with a contemporary wooden base for a traditional yet modern look. Simple and sophisticated bedding in whites and grays completes the serene style of the bedroom.

  • Bedside Storage

    Instead of traditional nightstands, Sabrina opts to flank the bed with bookcases for extra storage. Lights are installed on the shelves for nighttime reading.

  • A Modern Living Room Fit for Entertaining

    Designer Sabrina Soto creates a seating arrangement that's perfect for entertaining. Small groupings allow for intimate conversations, while open pieces like the contemporary bench allow for seating on both sides during larger gatherings.

  • Multifunctional Console Table

    A long console table is a beautiful piece on its own, but can also double as a buffet or drink station when entertaining. Two contemporary benches flank the table to provide extra seating.

  • Bold Contemporary Bedroom

    This room's balanced color palette combines soothing, relaxing blues with pops of bright orange. Abstract art ties together the two hues.

  • Stylish Storage Bench

    A leather bench does double duty as seating in the bedroom and storage for blankets and pillows.

  • Classic Contemporary Office

    Chrome, glass and Lucite pieces provide functional storage and work areas without occupying too much visual space. A flokati rug adds softness to the space.

  • Color-Coded Storage

    Sabrina lined the vintage Lucite bookcase with color-coordinated magazine files, binders and boxes to keep office clutter at bay.

  • A Nursery With Room to Grow

    This fun, contemporary nursery is designed to be a room that grows with the little boy. The solid hardwood crib is a convertible design that will transition into a big-kid bed when he gets older. The tree artwork is by Marimekko, while images of the Korean alphabet, a nod to the adopted boy's heritage, are hung above the crib.

  • Functional Art

    The tree bookcase adds a touch of whimsy to this contemporary nursery. Not only is it great storage, it's also a beautiful art piece for the space.

  • Coastal Cool Media Room

    A beachy atmosphere is infused into this living room to create a casual, inviting space. Built-in white bookcases frame the entertainment area and are filled with simple accessories, like shells and coral. Glass doors keep the beachy baubles from becoming dust collectors.

  • Rustic Details

    A reclaimed lumber coffee table features small casters underneath, adding an industrial feel to this beach-inspired living room.

  • Vintage-Inspired Foyer

    A well-decorated foyer welcomes guests to the home and gives a small taste of the homeowner's style. This budget-friendly entry features painted vintage milk cans as unique lamps.

  • High-End Dining Space

    The dining room features a chocolate and blue palette and is filled with high-end pieces, such as a hand-knotted Tibetan silk and wool rug, a reclaimed elm table and a hand-blown glass chandelier.

  • Dining Room Focal Point

    A beautiful collection of plates handmade by a New York City artist are hung above the dining room buffet to create a stunning focal wall.

  • Well-Appointed Sunroom

    Sabrina furnished this homeowner's bare sunroom without busting their $3,000 budget. She spent only $900 for the rattan seating, $240 for the drapery panels and $152 for the graphic rug.

  • Budget-Friendly Place Settings

    Sabrina really saved by swapping the costly crystal glassware and porcelain plates for acrylic and melamine look-alikes that are not only budget-savvy but also easy-care and family friendly.

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