This post originally appears on The Lab NYC

Sabrina Soto is one of TV’s hottest design names! She has enjoyed extensive exposure as host and designer of various HGTV shows such as The High Low Project, Real Estate Intervention and Get It Sold. She’s also made guest appearances on White House Christmas, HGTV’s Green Home, Bang For Your Buck, House Hunters, Showdown, Buying & Selling Secrets and HGTV’d. Her latest endeavor, The High Low Project, demonstrates Sabrina’s inventive and savvy approach to design and DIYs. The High Low Project offers the viewer not one but two reveals — one high-end and one budget conscious which mirror the high-end look.

An expert on all things home-related and true to her designing operandi, Sabrina’s success hinges on her innate ability to transform an inexpensive, discarded element into a “wow” piece. From creating a headboard for less than $25 and organizing clutter, to staging an impossibly small room and getting a grease stain out of the carpet, Sabrina has tips for every home situation. She sees possibilities where others see a roadblock and, best of all, is able to relay this vision to her audience.

A LEED-accredited designer and licensed real estate agent, Sabrina credits her instinctive talent to working in her mother’s decorating business at the start of her career. The experience sparked a passion for design and a knack for creating beautiful spaces in any budget range. Prior to joining the HGTV family, Sabrina’s vivacious personality landed her roles as a host for multiple series on TLC and MTV, and a web-based show on Yahoo!, in which she interviewed top recording artists and celebrities. Sabrina has ridden a crest of popularity from those initial shows, due in large part to her upbeat, high-energy approach and her ability to connect on a personal level with a wide range of guests.

Sabrina is one of the world’s most sought after design experts and has been featured in Elle Decor, People, Time Magazine, InStyle, Esquire, Parade, Variety, Better Homes and Gardens, Latina, USA Today, The New York Post, and has contributed to The Today Show, Rachael Ray and Nate Berkus among others. Recently, she released her first book ever — Sabrina Soto Home Design: A Layer-by-Layer Approach to Turning Your Ideas into the Home of Your Dreams — sharing her expertise with her fans so they can easily execute a project of their own.

As Target’s Style Expert for Home, Sabrina has established herself as a staple in home design by offering the Target consumer a voice of direction through multiple platforms including online tutorials and television ads. Embodying her design philosophy of affordable luxury, Sabrina’s venture with Target brings high-end design sensibilities to the masses by showing how easy it can be to achieve a polished home aesthetic at a reasonable price.

In addition to serving as Target’s Style Expert for Home, Sabrina generously donates her time to Target Corporation’s philanthropic efforts, including Earth Day home makeovers, a library makeover at Ft. Meade for Veteran’s Day and a Mother’s Day project to pamper and entertain the mothers of children at the St. Jude’s Target House.

Here “The King Of Kamelot” chats #InTheLab via Spreecast with HGTV star and design expert Sabrina Soto to talk about her super fun show “The High Low Project” on HGTV, how to decorate from Spring, what got her started in the world of design, her thoughts on Beyonce and Jay-Z visiting her native Cuba, how to decorate in NYC, her book “Home Design: A Layer By Layer Approach” and so much more!

Here is Sabrina Soto on HuffPost Live right before chatting with me: