Designer Curtis Popp likes a bargain; he's proud of his yard-sale finds that include a couple of Eames chairs. Though Popp says he's not a "retro guy," some of the sleek, modern-looking furnishings are older than their owner.
AUTUMN CRUZ
acruz@sacbee.com
Designer Curtis Popp likes a bargain; he's proud of his yard-sale finds that include a couple of Eames chairs. Though Popp says he's not a "retro guy," some of the sleek, modern-looking furnishings are older than their owner. AUTUMN CRUZ acruz@sacbee.com
Designer Curtis Popp likes a bargain; he's proud of his yard-sale finds that include a couple of Eames chairs. Though Popp says he's not a "retro guy," some of the sleek, modern-looking furnishings are older than their owner. AUTUMN CRUZ acruz@sacbee.com

Designer Curtis Popp and his family put a personal stamp on their Land Park home

August 22, 2009 12:00 AM

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