Cleo Baldon

American, 1927 - 2014
Cleo Baldon (1927-1998) was an American interior designer and furniture designer based in California. She was best known for her work in the mid-century modern style, which was characterized by clean lines, organic shapes, and the use of natural materials.
Baldon designed a variety of furniture pieces, including chairs, tables, and cabinets, many of which were made from materials such as wood, leather, and metal. She was also known for her interior design work, which often incorporated natural elements such as stone and plants.
Baldon's designs were popular in the 1960s and 1970s, and many of her pieces are now considered collectors' items. Her work was often featured in magazines such as Architectural Digest, and she collaborated with other notable designers and architects of the time.
In addition to her design work, Baldon was also involved in environmental activism and conservation efforts in California. She was a founding member of the Los Angeles chapter of the Sierra Club, and she worked to preserve the natural beauty of the state's beaches and mountains.
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