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Speaking of magazines I love — coughHGTVMagazinecough — Rue Magazine recently celebrated its first anniversary. I was lucky enough to meet Editor in Chief Crystal Gentilello and Market Editor Cassandra LaValle at Las Vegas Market where they were panelists for a WithIt talk about digital magazines, and they offered some great insights (get the scoop here). So, naturally, I was excited to see what the Anniversary Issue had in store, but even more so when I saw our own Sabrina Soto of The High/Low Project in its pages.

sabrina soto living roomPhoto by Emily Johnston-Anderson for Rue Magazine

Get a load of the living room in Sabrina’s Manhattan apartment, will you? As someone living in a New York City apartment, this is pretty darn inspirational. It has the clean mid-century modern vibe I love (that lamp!) while still feeling cozy (that couch!). Plus, you know Sabrina knows how to shop, so I’m betting a bunch of the pieces are budget-friendly. Congrats, Rue, on your anniversary! And congrats, Sabrina, on your oh-so-enviable apartment!

24 Responses

  1. Paula says:

    Where can I find carpet like yours? FAB!

  2. Jackeline Mora says:

    Sabrina I love everything that you ,Sabrina quiero explicar esto en espanol ,ya k yo quiero k me recomiendes ah alguien en Republica Dominicana k decore tan bello como tu gracias Jackeline Mora.Mi Email exlopez07 @yahoo.com ,facebook Jackeline Mora :)

  3. charlotte barone says:

    Hi Sabrina love your shows all your designs fab. question? have a fireplace that is Palisverde stone rock would it be in the best interest of painting it? white?

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Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...

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