The light looks perfect with a round table below. Its abstracted sea urchin shape means it works well with a lovely shell collection.
The clear Caboche appears differently throughout the day and night - against large glass windows you almost feel like you can see through it during the day. At night, it will glow and be much more visible.
The Caboche amps up the glam in this large bathroom, and its multiple reflections go one exponentially when placed near a mirror.
I first fell for the Caboche on the Modern Atlanta Home Tour a few years back, and snapped this photo to remember it by!
Here's a great example of how the Caboche works with a more tailored and traditional space.
Here is the same room from another angle.
In this contemporary space, the Caboche has a relationship to the windows, bringing light and reflection to the middle of the room.
Here's an example of a pair of Caboches working as dazzling kitchen island pendants.
The Caboche is the perfect center for this ring of light created in the ceiling.