Lots of family likes to drop in at Diane and Peter's home and they always end up in their least favorite room-the dining room. Designer Sabrina Soto comes to the rescue to help create a rustic and comfortable dining room but her big challenge is to match the high-end design for $20,000 less.
After living ten years in a teeny-weeny NYC apartment Marissa decides to purchase her very first property but with little money left over she is left with no furniture. Designer Sabrina Soto comes to the rescue to help create a luxury living room that Marissa can show off to all her guest.
Jorge and Lisa Alves are new parents and new homeowners but it is not the baby Lisa is picking up after it's her husband. Designer Sabrina Soto creates a stylish man cave in their attic where Jorge can store all of his games and sports equipment but it costs $33,000. Then she matches the high-end design but for $28,300 less.
Jenny and Jean-Pierre couldn't be more different; she likes a more traditional bohemian look while he is ultra modern. When it comes to the design of their master bedroom they simply can't agree on anything. That's when designer Sabrina Soto transforms this barren bedroom into an oasis they both love without breaking the bank.
Marc and Kimberly Minor's home office gets more play time then work time but that all changes when designer Sabrina Soto turns their badly in need of help office into a highly functional yet fashionable work haven. Then she matches the fabulous $48,000 high-end design piece by piece for $5,800.
Jessie and John are busy parents with two active little girls. They spend most of their time running back and forth from the playroom to the kitchen while their living room is neglected. Lucky for them, designer Sabrina Soto makes their dream living room into a reality by delivering a stylish high-end design first for $36,000 and then matching it for $5,500.
After spending a year renovating the interior of their home, Janie and Aaron only have one space left- the deck. They have a limited budget to decorate so they have decided to ask designer Sabrina Soto for help. Sabrina first recreates this outdoor space for $39,500 and then matches it piece by piece for only $4,800.
Patrick and Sharon finally found a house with a backyard where their two boys can play and a sunroom where the adults can sit back and relax. But there's only one problem, there's no comfy furniture in their dream sunroom. Lucky for them, designer Sabrina Soto makes their sunroom retreat into a reality by delivering a stylish and tasteful high-end design. She then works her magic and matches this room for $15,500 less.
What is more fun than having a baby? How about having two! Jennifer and Anne-Marie planned on having two babies but they didn't plan on having them so close together. Now they have to convert their home office into a nursery for two and fast. Designer Sabrina Soto first shows them the best of the best for $12,000 and then recreate it for $3,500. The only question is?Can she do it before the babies arrive?
Antonio and Isabel have one little boy but they also have another boy on the way. Every space of their home is overrun with balls, toys and games and she thinks it is only going to get worse when another one comes along. That is why she is asking Sabrina Soto for help. Sabrina creates a resort like retreat that Isabel can call her own.
Wydell and Mercedes Register are newly married, newly graduated and new homeowners. But just a few months after moving into their new home their basement flooded. Now they are left with very little money to redecorate. Designer Sabrina Soto comes to their rescue. She is able to turn this drab basement into a sexy lounge area but for a bargain basement price tag.
Time to dust off the china! Kristina and Gregg Feighan haven't seen their china since it was gifted to them at their wedding twelve years ago. To this day they have never had a formal sit down dinner. They have a dream vision for this space but need Sabrina's help to bring it to life. First, Sabrina designs a high-end room that cost $20,000 and then she matches every detail for their $4,500 budget.
Pam and Evan Kraus have been married for about fourteen years and since then they have been using the same hand-me-down furniture in their master bedroom. It is the last room in the house to get a makeover and their dream is to make it their own little sanctuary. Sabrina fulfills their dreams with a high-end design but it costs $28,500, then she recreates it for only 10% of that cost.
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