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Sabrina Soto On Her New HGTV Show 'The High Low Project' and Finding Her Job on Craigslist

by Jean Bentley, posted Sep 2nd 2011 12:00PM
Sabrina SotoMost people don't have tens of thousands of dollars to spend on fancy fabrics and one-of-a-kind fixtures for their homes.

Enter designer Sabrina Soto, whom you might recognize from one one of the many HGTV shows she's appeared on (most recently, as the home staging expert 'Real Estate Intervention'). In her new series, 'The High Low Project,' which premieres Sat., Sept. 3 at 8:30PM ET, Soto creates lavish rooms for homeowners on tight budgets.

But instead of breaking the bank with her designs, Soto uses the high-end furnishings as inspiration -- creating luxurious rooms that, if the homeowners approve (and really, who wouldn't), she recreates on their budget. That means $31,000 bedrooms for just $4,500 -- a fraction of the original price.

AOL TV chatted with Soto over the summer, and the designer dished on her recent move to New York, what she loves about her new gig, and how she found the HGTV job in the first place.

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A Modern Space Moves A Family to Tears on 'HGTV'd' (VIDEO)

by Mike Moody, posted Jun 14th 2011 3:46AM
HGTVWe've seen a lot of dramatic living space transformations on HGTV over the years, but the network's star designers and crew really deserve some special recognition for what they pulled off on this week's 'HGTV'd' (Mon., 9PM ET on HGTV).

Tasked with transforming a bland and unused living/dining area into something inspiring for the large but struggling Mars family, designer Sabrina Soto created a completely modern multi-purpose room where the 12 family members could meet for food, coffee, and fun.

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