Andrea Stemmer’s upcycled furnishings offer a fresh take on designer style

The Tutti Frutti range may be made from discarded fruit boxes, but it's bursting with zesty flavour

Not being the types to willingly throw things away – especially copies of own beloved magazine – the Livingetc team has fallen for Andrea Stemmer‘s Tutti Frutti magazine holder – and in a big way.

Made from upcycled fruit boxes (Andrea first came up with the idea while designing an exhibition for London’s premier fresh food outlet at Borough Market), its bright colour scheme and retro good looks had us thirsting for more.

Thankfully, Andrea also includes the Tutti Frutti bin and the quirky Brie side table in her range, making it easy to source different pieces for every room in the house.

Priced at £85 for the Tutti Frutti magazine holder, £110 for the Tutti Frutti bin and £80 for the Brie side table, the collection is eminently affordable too.


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