The designer, Laura Kirar, studied sculpture and interior architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago, which explains why the pieces from the collection are so artistic and thoughtful.
Here is a closer look at the globes in clear glass and the shades in polished nickel. Note: The bulbs are not included in the price.
This nine-globe chandelier is the most sculptural of the options. While it's large, the clear glass keeps it from overwhelming a room; rather, it seems to float overhead.
This version has smoke glass, and the shades have a brown nickel finish. Centered on this ceiling, it plays off the rectangles and antiqued glass of the mirrored piece on the wall.
In front of a window in daylight, the globes tend to disappear, revealing the interesting structural spray of trumpet-shaped shades.
The fixture can take on a retro-cool appeal that's part art deco and part '60s modern, just like this room.
This is the single pendant, which comes in several options. You can choose a polished nickel, brown nickel or rose gold finish on the metal, and clear or smoke glass. It comes in three sizes. The small globe is 6 1/2 inches in diameter, the medium globe is 10 inches and the large globe is 14 inches. The lengths are adjustable.
A pair of pendants provides this kitchen island with light, and the globes break up all the crisp, rectangular lines in the room.
A trio of small pendants is a better fit for a larger island. The dark metal of the shades gives them a strong presence.
The classic globe shape allows the Caviar to fit in with a range of room styles, from traditional to contemporary.