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Katie Bald katie@cityhomecollective.com Katie Bald is a fervent fighter for the rights of the Oxford comma and a practitioner of the pop-culture pen. That is to say -- as a very regular contributor to our COLLECTIVE blog -- she'll be sprinkling most of her well-written stories with either hip-hop lyrics or movie quotes. As our editor's right-hand gal, Katie will aid in whipping the copy on our site into tip-top shape. An English graduate of the University of Utah, this bird is a firm believer in the Ray Bradbury school of thought: says he, "You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.”
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The 2016 Heritage Awards

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Find Your Space | Vol. Nine

LUXURY ISN’T A PRICE POINT. IT’S A CHOICE. If you’ve made it this far, chances are some part of the COLLECTIVE gospel has struck a chord with you. Perhaps you saw a space or read a story and, “Yes,” you proclaimed, “more of this!”.


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MASart-SLC | Launch Party

Our message is simple, really. No matter where you’re at, we encourage you all to love where you live. Space shapes life, dontcha know, and we want yours to be fantastic. There are loads of ways to make your space feel like a big


Pinecrest Cyn. | Life in Your Space

We’ve harped on it a time or two before, but we just can’t stress enough how much we admire those bold individuals that live a little more wildly and do things a little differently. We love those folks who decide drop it all to


Pecha Kucha | Vol. 17

Seems we’ve been living in a fog, folks. These last few months, a cloud has hung low over this city of salt, and we’ll be damned if it hasn’t dampened our spirits. The Lady Inversion is a cruel mistress, and she takes her toll


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As everybody from here to Hell’s Kitchen knows, each January the folks of SLC and Park City batten down the hatches in preparation for the onslaught of outsiders that will grace our streets and slopes for the annual Sundance Film Festival. Originally begat by


Huzzah! | Best of Houzz 2016

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Find Your Space | Vol. Eight

FORM, FUNCTION, FAMILY. THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS. It seems that just when we think we can’t possibly be bursting with any more praise, gratitude, and straight up L-O-V-E for the slew of clients we call COLLECTIVE family, we turn around,


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