Pop-Up Home Makes a Permanent Home in Los Angeles

Having journeyed across the city since 2005, the vintage destination founded by Tricia Benitez Beanum settles into a sizable new showroom.

Pop Up Home, with its treasure trove of antique and contemporary art, vintage furniture, and home accessories, has journeyed around Los Angeles since 2005, cultivating a following of avid aesthetes but lacking a permanent home base. Until now. This summer, the vintage destination founded by Tricia Benitez Beanum has settled into a home of its own, a three-story, 7,800-square-foot showroom in central Los Angeles.

“From a warehouse with no sign, no real store hours, and traveling from place to place hosting activations and pop-ups,” Beanum says, “we’re finally at home.” With a custom cash wrap by local artisan Jason Koharik, and a kitchen and design shop conceived by Faith Blakeney Studio, Pop Up Home is an ideal staging ground for the kinds of vintage finds that have won fans including Tessa Thompson and Zendaya—and new work, curated by UNREPD, a joint venture of Beanum and gallerist Sarah Mantilla Griffin. “We have a place that we created and crafted exactly for our needs, our style, and our community,” Beanum says. And it looks like it’s here to stay.

(All photography courtesy of Pop-Up Home.)

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