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Lauren Bald is certifiably born of the mean streets of Newport Beach, California, but she migrated to the land of salt for the quintessential change in scenery and a dose of affordable schooling. In a COLLECTIVE stroke of luck, this saucy missus peeled herself from the dean's list in interior design to grace us with a brief internship, but moxie like this is hard to come by, so we baptized her as one of our own. Her discipline and drive are unflappable, and she currently sits at the head of our design division (in a well-chosen chair, no less). Lauren's inspired by L.A. street-life culture, gaudy Las Vegas, and mid-century modern Palm Springs, to name a few — a mixed bag of style that we can heartily appreciate.Email Lauren
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Architecture + Design
Project Preview | Design Build Bluff
7/26/2017 | Lauren Bald
We've got something of a blatant respect for design and architecture, to be sure, but we're also raving fans of learning by doing and giving back to our respective communities. And since said values run entirely parallel with those of our friends at Design Build Bluff, we like to keep a close eye...Read More
Businesses + Events
CHC STAGING FURNITURE SALE!
6/14/2017 | Lauren Bald
Please join us for a parking lot truck sale this Saturday! We're doing a little spring cleaning and getting rid of a BOATLOAD of furniture, art, and accessories. Love the homes you see on our website? Dress yours the same! First-come, first-serve! We'll see you Saturday...Read More
Locals + Culture
Habitat for Humanity | Rest Easy
5/18/2017 | Lauren Bald
At cityhomeCOLLECTIVE, we believe that when one bit of SLC is improved, it raises us all up, which is why we are always looking for new ways to volunteer our skill-set toward the betterment of this magnificent city. So when Deborah Peterson from The Leonardo Museum approached us to see if...Read More
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It'll be fun. You've got questions, and we can't wait to answer them. Don't hold back--getting down to brass tacks is kind of our thing...