Sabrina Soto, the popular host of The High-Low Project, is a renowned interior designer, consultant and entrepreneur. The first of her Cuban family born in the United States, Sabrina learnt the ropes of home decor from her mother, who ran a decorating and home staging business.
As a result, Sabrina developed a love for design, and she is known today for her eclectic way of missing luxury and affordable pieces for a unique home aesthetic. Sabrina later made her way into television as a host on cable network shows, as well as a Web-based series on Yahoo! in which she interviewed top recording artists and celebrities. Sabrina has also been featured in notable publications such as Time magazine, USA Today and the Washington Post.
In addition to her television experience, Sabrina is also the home style expert for American supermart Target . She is among one of the only 6,900 accredited interior designers worldwide who has received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accreditation. The LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Currently living in New York, Sabrina tirelessly juggles designing, taping her HGTV shows and treating friends and family to her second passion, cooking.