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

 - 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.