They can also be used to anchor a contemporary interior that is filled with a light color palette. From enlivening the staircase to giving your bathroom that spa-like ambiance oversized pendants are for those who dare to move away from convention.
In a world that is dominated by clean and well defined straight lines and simple squares and rectangles it is a good idea to add some geometric and visual contrast by incorporating a pendant light with some beautiful curves.
Cascading chandeliers vary from delicate pieces that use simple crystal strands to complex creations that standout as astounding sculptural additions. One of the best places to incorporate an imposing chandelier is the space next to the stairs.
The Caviar lineup consists of pendants that vary from single bulb units to extensive chandeliers that feature 18 such glass globes. One of the most amazing things about the design of the Caviar is the presence of polished metal tubes which ensure that the lighting does not become too bright or direct.
Crafted by Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto in 2005 this serves both as an elaborate pendant and a simple chandelier. If you are looking for the best of both those worlds then the Caboche is a pretty amazing compromise!
Crafted with a touch of eccentric brilliance by designer Laura Kirar the is all about making a bold visual statement without taking up too much visual space. Laura studied sculpture and interior architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago and the strong influence of this background shows in the beautiful design of the Caviar.