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Amy Tibbals amy@cityhomeCOLLECTIVE.com 801.867.2343 Amy Tibbals is very personally connected to the COLLECTIVE. Her contribution runs left of the mainline; our singular weakness happens to find balance in her strength. An English degree lends a scrap of credibility, but her talent lies in marking up a paper until it bleeds with red. Such tendencies have led her to a position as our comprehensive copy editor, brand manager, and website admin. In spare times, she lobbies heavily against the use of such terms as ‘irregardless’ and ‘ginormous’. For a day's pay, she dolls up every last word we send into the world. In effect, she does for our content what we do for your space.
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Mall | Different Kinda ‘Shop’

“MALL is an experiment. It’s a probe into how we as a society are driven to consume. By examining emerging formats in retail and commerce in experience-based spaces, MALL seeks to rethink the way in which people shop.” Sounds like a mall we can


We’re Grateful | Trust + FINCA

There is a-plenty to be grateful for around our COLLECTIVE, but today, we’re really feeling the love. Our clients, our co-workers, family, friends, and fellow lovers of Salt Lake City–color us ‘bursting with brotherly love’ for every last one of ‘em on this brisk


Meet Our Makers | CHC Designers

cityhomeCOLLECTIVE is a lot of things, but let us be clear: we love design. From table tops to storefronts to restaurants, bars, and city buildings, we’re spying strength in design all over this city. For us, the point is simple: we believe that consciously-created space


Life in Your Space | Kristianna

Not to tell you how to live or anything, but you should buy this house and do like we do. We’ve gathered in Kristianna many a time, be it for brunch on Sunday, homemade pizza suppers, or last-minute swim parties. It’s a splendid place


Coming Soon | Make You Swoon

It’s not all that often that we give you a peek like this at a space like that. See for yourself below, but we can’t gush enough about this home [which we just happened to sell…then find again for another lucky soul]. The lovely


Get There | Light As Air

We gave you a good preview of what was to come. We told you all about it. Light As Air is officially happening this weekend, and our COLLECTIVE asses will be planted firmly in Rose Wagner’s seats, all eager to see the evening’s performances


The Weekenders | Jackson Hole

Story & Photos by: Jess Downer, Renata Stone We love Salt Lake City [nope, we're never going to stop saying it]. But we also love how close it is to other rad shit. Fun fact: Did you know that in less time than it


Mod a-go-go | Mid-Mod Swank

South Temple is clearly one of SLC’s best streets. Don’t bother arguing. Massive trees lining an avenue that’s absolutely filthy with historic mansions and some of our city’s most beautiful churches; the charm is palpable. Goes without saying, then, that tastefully working a bit


Brew + ‘Q | We Heart You

You showed. The forecast turned dark, and the massive sheets of bullying rain threatened us, and still you showed up. We all took cover for 20 minutes or so, yes…but it strengthened our friendship and our resolve to enjoy. And then–as with all good


Beaux Arts Ball | A Muse Me

Buckle up for Beaux Arts, all. This high-concept costume party was initiated by the students of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts architecture school in France in the 19th century. The first ball asked for “creativity and imagination beyond the scope of tamed human minds,” and the


Greener Grass | The Stockist

A friendly heads-up to those with the desire to look good and keep it local: The Stockist is making a move. The digs are bigger, the storefront darker, and the inventory substantially stretched…it’s good news on all sides; the grass really is greener on


Copper Common | Edison St. Steez

  Imagine our utter surprise and joy at seeing the facade of the fairly-recently refreshed Plum Alley space. Black. Delicious, dark black. Ballsy, for sure…and the best possible decision if Copper Common was to make its mark–immediately–in the 3rd & 3rd area of downtown.