Erich Ginder's Dot/Dash Pendant Lights are Shapely Solutions

By: Sarah Moore - Published: Mar 19, 2012 • References: fancyjewels & designsponge
Erich Ginder’s new Dot/Dash pendant lights are a set of colorful, geometric-shaped light fixtures that add a personalized touch to the luminosity of one’s home.

The pretty lighting accessory is comprised of light-weight material pieced together using triangular and hexagonal shapes. 

Each light is made from die-cut fabric, nylon rivets and grey cord, and can be customized with either translucent paper or opaque metallic foil. Each piece can be handcrafted from a choice of several fabric and foil options to create a luminous fixture tailored to one’s specific design aesthetic. 

Although not for the home decorator on a budget (each lamp runs at about $400 US) the fixtures are a unique statement piece sure to get attention.

Dot/Dash pendant lights are among several other pieces in Ginder’s lineup of unique decor elements perfect for anyone looking to add some customized ambiance to their home. Stats for Hexagonal Hanging Lighting Trending: Older & Chilly
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