The second Tutti's restaurant was built using all re-purposed, up-cycled furnishings from a previous restaurant. The rattan chairs and tables were stained and handprinted to look like old Italian tile. The plaster walls, adobe like, were tinted to a warm amber and accented with hand painted display art in alcoves and arched doorways. Vintage re-cycled table cloths were used as curtains on the windows. A large cement top bar stained in indigo was laid with accented buckets for ice on the bar. Broken re-purposed tile tile was used to repair areas on the original saltio brick floors. The baskets of farm fresh produce accented the walls each day inside displayed farm carts and baskets, throughout the Italian Country dining establishment.
Photos by Dan Forer