Hanging curtains high above the windows makes this bedroom feel roomier, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Placing the bed in front of one of the windows opens up wall space for bookcases and other storage without blocking the natural light.
This contemporary office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rug adds softness to the space. The closet is transformed into a reading nook with a tufted leather loveseat and stunning metallic wallpaper, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
As seen on HGTV's The High Low Project, this living room gets a subtle nautical feel from its blue, green and white color palette and rattan furniture pieces. One wall of the room is dedicated to an entertainment center with lots of glass cabinets for displaying coastal-inspired trinkets.
To re-create the look of the costly lithographs for just $50, Designer Sabrina Soto used decoupage medium to attach ribbon to foam boards, then popped her artwork into ready-made frames. A machine-made rug cost only $850 and Design assistant Chris added doors and drawers to an unfinished bookcase to replicate the look of the high-end room's desk for only $300, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
As seen on HGTV's The High Low Project, a fur pillow beneath a clear coffee table adds texture to this contemporary living room. A dark yellow sofa with patterned blue and red throw pillows provides color against the white walls and gray rug. The flow of the living space was kept open to keep it from feeling crowded. Bar stools provide a space for dining as well as extra seating for guests
Designer Sabrina Soto makes this living room over with a reclaimed lumber coffee table that features small casters underneath, adding an industrial feel to this beach-inspired living room as seen on HGTV's High/Low Project.