Indian Tractor Bar Counter …
Totally and utterly novel …
Never fails to impress the onlookers!
The genius craftspeople who make these take the front of old decommissioned Indian Tractors and use them for the basis of a bar counter in a truly imaginative way.
Complete with lights there is an upcycled hardwood counter top which is chunky, solid and finished in a smooth rustic style.
In the same style and housed inside the cutout tractor unit shell is an internal shelf for added storage.
Perfect for commercial and domestic environments ...
The original finish of the tractor unit is still in tact and this adds to the rustic, unusual appeal.
Other upcycled steel parts are then cut and welded to make the outer frame with a sturdy slatted base platform and high bar glass rack and bottle shelf complete with top cover for when used for outdoor entertaining purposes.
The cross bared inserts are decorative but also make for a great place to hand bar towels and the like as well.
There is also an environmental aspect to the design as all raw materials would otherwise have been scrapped.
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