Secret Celebrity Renovation Season 2 is set to air on Netflix on July 22 with 46-year-old Sabrina Soto taking the creative wheel in her hand and putting her interior design cap on. She previously appeared on the first season of the show.
When she is not helping celebrities renovate houses as part of Secret Celebrity Renovation, Sabrina Soto is a homestyle expert for Target and a licensed real estate agent who is LEED accredited. There are only 6,900 accredited interior designers worldwide.
Secret Celebrity Renovation will enable celebrities from different fields to surprise someone in a grand way. As part of the show, celebrities can secretly renovate someone’s house as a token of appreciation and love.
Joining the Secret Celebrity Renovation team this year is Nischelle Turner from Entertainment Tonight once again as host and Rob Mariano, who was previously a part of the show as a celebrity.
Sabrina Soto beyond Secret Celebrity Renovation
Sabrina Soto is a first-generation Cuban-American with a net worth of $2 million. Soto’s passion for interior design ignited while working with her mother in her decorating and home staging business.
The Secret Celebrity Renovation designer is also known for her eccentric designs and for mixing luxury with budget. On her website, she quoted her mother, who said:
“It doesn’t matter if we have one dollar or one million dollars, be proud of our home!”
Sabrina Soto is an interior designer, best-selling author, and a consultant. She is famously known as the host of The High/Low Project as well as a featured designer on HGTV.
She is also a mother who loves spending time with her daughter Olivia and treating her family to her second passion, cooking.
She first found fame after hosting shows on TLC and MTV, as well as a Yahoo!-based web