Locals + Culture

Find Your Space | Vol. Thirteen

4/13/2017 | Katie Bald
Malissa Mabey

Here at cityhomeCOLLECTIVE, our jobs may be multifarious, but our mission is simple. We help folks buy new homes, sell old ones, and breathe new life into the ones they’re in, and fewer of our efforts encapsulate the COLLECTIVE cause better than our Find Your Space campaign. With each new ad, quarterly gracing the pages of Utah Style & Design, we bring you one of our smashing clients–someone who has utilized our real estate or design services, in some form–and the way that they are unequivocally loving where they live, and living the life they love. In ads past, we helped two mountain men find a city getaway, a first-time buyer find her ivory tower, and this modern family move on. As always, our aim is to show you that yes you can live in a space that makes you your truest you, and yes that looks different for everyone. The newest addition to our COLLECTIVE campaign (Volume Thirteen!) brings you Morgan, baby Schafer, and one stunning walk-in closet.

modern home. modern family.

Morgan lives with her sweet little family–Brett, Olive Bee, and baby Schafer–in their Federal Heights home (which happens to currently be up for grabs). Both the final ad and the Behind the Scenes video feature Morgan comfortably breastfeeding baby Schafer–something beautiful in its own right, and something very near and dear to Morgan, specifically. See, Morgan is the founder and curator of BURU, an online shop whose mission it is to “help every mother, in the breastfeeding phase and beyond, look and feel her best.” The shop focuses on read-to-wear attire that is fully equipped to handle the oft-hectic day-to-day of motherhood, while lending a sense of couture (something we think Morgan happens to do with aplomb). 

buttoned-up brick with pops of color within. it's one delicious win/win.

The home, a timeless Tudor with a delightfully-modern interior, is entirely conducive to the budding family’s lifestyle, and is stylistically a breath of fresh perspective. It’s buttoned up while remaining fully-functional (we’re sensing a theme, here). As with all of our Find Your Space ads, the real magic comes from watching our beautiful clients interact with their perfectly-suited spaces, and we think the photos below (care of Malissa Mabey) and Behind the Scenes video (shot by Pat Fenelon) speak volumes. Peep the final ad above (snapped by George Oakley) for a glimpse of the good that comes from finding one’s space. Because big moments are brilliant, but it’s all the tiny ones that make a house “home”.

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