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