Classic lighting: Chime chandelier and Ray sconce from Stickbulb

Lighting brand Stickbulb announced two new collections for hotels and homes.

Chime, a playful reinterpretation of a classic chandelier, is a 10-foot-tall cascading arrangement made out of reclaimed redwood from the recently demolished water tower atop Brooklyn’s first skyscraper, a landmarked building located at 32 Court Street.

Meanwhile, the Ray sconce uses a newly-designed hardware component that allows the fixture to be mounted directly onto a wall, in both vertical or horizontal directions, while emitting a subtle halo-lighting effect. It is Stickbulb's most minimal collection to date.

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