One of my favorite designers on HGTV is Sabrina Soto. She is host of The High/Low Project. On her show she designs a room for a family on the high end. She then re-creates it on the low end using DIY techniques and bargain shopping. I always love that she can make the low end room look just like the high end. In most cases, the homeowners like the lower costing version better. She is also a style expert for Target. You often see her cruising around Target in her shows for affordable, trendy pieces to use in her designs.
Sabrina Soto lives in a 1200 sq ft penthouse apartment in New York City. She mixed modern pieces with those that are vintage and antique. She also mixes more high end pieces with DIY solutions. I love the pops of color throughout.
She has a great view from the windows right? I wouldn't have expected anything less colorful or bright from her. I like her style. Her advice: "Although most makeover shows are about 22 minutes in length, it takes a lot longer than that to put together a cohesive room design. Take your time, don't rush the process." I totally agree.
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