erich ginder


I’m a big fan of Erich Ginder‘s work, so I was excited to hear that he’d released a new design. DOT/DASH is a new pendant lamp made from die-cut fabric, nylon rivets and grey cord. Made here in the US, each lamp comes with either a translucent paper backing or an opaque metallic foil (which you can choose). I love the way the metallic foil accents the folds in the lamp’s shape, but you can choose your own style and order online right here at Fancy. Erich’s site looks like it will be up and running in five days, but until then you can bookmark it here. Thanks, Erich! xo, grace

  1. Anni says:

    These are amazing! Gorgeous lamps really make a room interesting, thanks for sharing these.

  2. Amy says:

    I really like the faceted look of these pendants.

  3. stef says:

    woah woah woah. totally gorgeous.

  4. Kate D says:

    I’ll take two!!

  5. Cori Ready says:

    So fun. I want one of each. Love, love, loving the metallic foil lining the inside of the shade. Secret surprise glam.

  6. jools says:

    Am in love with this lamp shade . What a beautiful design

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