Lights sold at Home Depot recalled for burn, injury risk

Design Solutions International
An undated courtesy photo of the recalled light fixture by Design Solutions International sold at Home Depot stores.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Thousands of light fixtures sold at Home Depot are being recalled because they can fall, posing a risk of cuts and burns.

Design Solutions International is recalling about 64,200 units of its 3-light and 4-light Comotti Vanity Fixtures, after receiving 108 reports of the glass shades falling. One person reported their head was cut and their arm was burned and cut by a falling shade. Another person reported a cut to their leg.

The fixtures were sold at Home Depot stores nationwide and on the company’s website from December 2014 through March 2017 for between $95 and $110.

Consumers can contact Design Solutions International by email or by calling 800.388.6141 during business hours for a free replacement.