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HGTV designer Sabrina Soto gives homeowners their dream room with a price tag they can afford on the television series The High Low Project. Each episode begins with Sabrina revealing to one lucky couple their ultimate dream room. But there is a catch. The initial design is filled with high-end, high-price items that exceed the couple's budget. If the couple approves of the design, Sabrina then recreates the room piece by piece, replacing expensive items with nearly identical budget-friendly alternatives. At the end of the show, the final room is unveiled along with the final price tag.

Having also appeared in several other HGTV shows, Sabrina Soto is a notorious interior designer, consultant, and entrepreneur. She began her television career interviewing well-known recording artists and celebrities on cable network shows and a Yahoo! web-based series. Today, she is the home style expert for Target and continues to expand her television appearances. Sabrina is best known for her skill of combining luxury and affordable pieces to create eclectic interior designs. This talent forms the basis for The High Low Project.

The room designs on The High Low Project are extravagant and include every important detail, from wall coverings and window treatments to furniture and art. Each episode features a different room of the house, depending on the homeowner's dream project. Dining rooms, sun rooms, patios, and nurseries have all been made over on the show. Couples learn that, with a little creativity and shopping for the right low-cost item, a dream room is possible on even a limited budget.

The High Low Project is a Firvalley production distributed by Home and Garden Television (HGTV). The series, which first aired in 2012, is directed by Ronnie Krensel with film editing done by Chris Mutton. Deborah Wheatley is the design coordinator.

Monday 10:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
3 Seasons, 40 Episodes - Currently Airing
August 1, 2011
Reality, Home & Garden
7.3/10
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The High Low Project Full Episode Guide

  • Pam and Evan have been married fourteen years and they have had the same hand-me-down furniture in their master bedroom the entire time. Sabrina transforms their room into a master suite of their dreams, at only a fraction of the cost.

  • Kristina and Gregg Feighan haven't seen their china since 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.

  • Jessie and John have 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 on a budget of $5,500.

  • A home office is converted into a nursery to accommodate two babies on the way. Sabrina takes a $12,000 design and re-creates it for $3500.

  • After spending a year renovating the interior of their home, Janie and Aaron have only their deck left. They have a limited budget to decorate so they have sought designer Sabrina Soto's help. Sabrina first recreates this outdoor space for $39,500 and then matches it piece by piece for only $4,800.

  • Wydell and Mercedes Register are newlyweds, newly graduated and new homeowners. A few months after moving in, the basement flooded. Now they are left with very little money to redecorate. Designer Sabrina Soto comes to their rescue and transforms the basement into a sexy lounge on a budget they can afford.

  • Soto transforms Marc and Kimberly Minor's office into a highly functional yet fashionable work haven on a $5,800 budget.

  • Jenny and Jean-Pierre have vastly different tastes. She likes traditional bohemian while he likes ultra modern. That's when designer Sabrina Soto transforms this barren bedroom into an oasis they both love without breaking the bank.

  • After living ten years in a tiny NYC apartment Marissa decides to purchase her very first property. Using almost her entire budget, 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 guests.

  • Jorge and Lisa Alves just had a baby and purchased a new home. 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.

  • Sabrina Soto shows Eric and Shira Scott their ultimate serene retreat and how to create it on a budget.

  • Beth and Eric Rudich's dining room is transformed when designer Sabrina Soto takes her high end $26,500 dining room design and matches it piece by piece for only $4,500.

  • Designer Sabrina Soto transforms Jimmy and Sophia's old fashioned Greek living room into the modern luxury retreat they've always on a budget of $4,500.

  • Fran and Lance Erickson dream of a luxury master bedroom, but time and budget have always restricted them. However, with the help of Sabrina Soto they may get the luxury they desire on a budget they can afford.

  • Sabrina Soto transforms a home office into a highly functional, professional looking work haven she always wanted. She then matches the fabulous high-end office design piece-by-piece on a budget.

  • Sabrina Soho creates a luxurious mid-century modern living room for Allison and Andy Quartin on a budget.

  • Vince and Eli Wilson had a vision for their great room. Unfortunately their kids' stuff filled up this grand space. Lucky for them, designer Sabrina Soto makes their great room dream into a reality by delivering a stylish and tasteful high end design on a low budget.

  • Allyson and Nick enjoy hosting dinner and holiday gatherings but need their dining room to be made into a more functional, stylish space. Designer Sabrina Soto helps them achieve their design goals.

  • Andrea and Noah Hager are adopting a boy from Korea and they have a lot to prepare for to make the baby feel at home.

  • Designer Sabrina Soto transforms Hunter and Kristin's bachelor decor bedroom into a luxurious bedroom that blends both their styles at an affordable price.

  • An entryway should create the tone for the rest of your home, and Karen and Gregg Betheil needed help. Designer Sabrina Soto helps transform their enclosed porch into the entryway of their dreams. She creates a multifunctional space that the whole family can use and is an extension of the rest of their home.

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