Glass world lights take on a whole new dimension in designer Laura Kirar’s eyesight, the Caviar light collection for Arteriors Home. While I love a simple glass globe light, the bare bulbs interior frequently give me a hassle. Not so with these; inside the globes, perforated metallic shades encase the bulbs and protect our delicate peepers from the warmth. These shades also add a solid structural component to the fixtures. The show involves a handful of different clusters and compositions, in the small single world to a bouquet-shaped chandelier composed of 18 bulbs. Here is how these fixtures are dangling overhead around .
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The designer, Laura Kirar, studied sculpture and interior design at The Art Institute of Chicago, which explains why the pieces from the collection are so artistic and thoughtful.
Caviar 9 Light Adaptive Cluster by Arteriors – $2,520
Here is a closer look at the globes in clear glass and the shades in polished nickel. Notice: The bulbs aren’t included in the price.
This nine-globe chandelier has become the most sculptural of the options. While it’s large, the clear glass prevents it from overpowering a space; instead, it appears to float overhead.
D for Design
This variant has smoke glass, and the shades have a brown nickel finish. Centered on this ceiling, then it plays off the rectangles and antiqued glass of this mirrored bit on the wall.
Morgante Wilson Architects
Facing a window in daylight, the globes tend to disappear, showing the interesting structural spray of trumpet-shaped shades.
Kamarron Design, Inc..
The fixture may take on a retro-cool appeal that is part art deco and component ’60s contemporary, just like this room.
This configuration is that the Adjustable Bouquet variant, which splays 18 bulbs in a more uniform manner.
Caviar Pendant by Arteriors – $312
This is the single ring, that comes in several options. You are able to choose a polished nickel, brown nickel or rose gold finish on the metal, and smoke or clear glass. It comes in three dimensions. The little world is 6 1/2 inches in diameter, so the moderate world is 10 inches and the large world is 14 inches. The lengths are flexible.
A set of pendants supplies this kitchen island with light, and the globes split all the crisp, rectangular lines in the room.
Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD, CBD, CR)
A trio of little pendants is a much better match for a bigger island. The black alloy of these shades gives them a solid presence.
Heritage Luxury Builders
The timeless world shape allows the Caviar to match in with a range of room styles, from traditional to modern.
Butter Lutz Interiors, LLC
Willey Design LLC
Pendants centered high up from the ceiling coffers create a exceptional lighting scheme with this family room.