Tobias Lighting

By: Pearl - Published: May 27, 2008 • References: & luxist
This industrial, rubber-coated, traditional glass chandelier might make sense if one is afraid of breakages, but on the other hand, the whole point of glass chandeliers is to reflect the light, making the lighting fixture look pretty and luxurious. Covering it up with rubber makes it opaque and it will not make light dance like regular chandeliers. The designer does say, "Peel off at your own discretion". Removing the rubber might be an option, but doing so will rob the rubber chandelier of its novelty value.

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