"The High Low Project" is the HGTV series where designer Sabrino Soto shows how to create luxurious room designs without the big budget. HGTV is a cable network which began in 1994, and has been broadcasting shows about everything having to do with homes and gardens. Beginning as the Home, Lawn, and Garden Channel, the name was later shortened to Home and Garden TV, or simply HGTV. The network started small, but the great programming and desire for home shows has brought it into over 94 million households in the United States alone, with more in Canada, Japan, and other countries. From home improvement to maintenance, renovation, crafts, design, and remodeling, HGTV has it all. Home design fans see all kinds of amazing spaces in magazines and on HGTV, but not everyone can afford the extraordinary furniture and materials required. Sabrina Soto is the master of creating the luxurious look without the high price, as she goes through rooms replacing the high-end items with wallet-friendly alternatives that accomplish the same look for less. Join in and see how to get your space looking great without breaking the bank, on HGTV's "The High Low Project". (Source: HGTV)
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.