Ho! Ho! Ho! My dear readers the Christmas bells are ringing once more, Rudolph has gotten again his red nose and I believe Santa Claus has indeed woken from his sleep. The Christmas is coming and with it all its joy and the fuss about gifts and preparation.
Here we are ourselves preparing for the coolest celebration of the year and we have found something we believe you, dear reader, will love as we do: 5 cool and recyclable trees. Check them out and be environmentally friendly this Christmas.
1. Paper Christmas tree
Being environmentally friendly is so easy when you choose to have a paper Christmas tree made of news papers or other reusable papers. The idea belongs to designer Johnson Banks and it is very easy to be transformed into reality. All you need is a tree shaped cutter and a little bit of imagination. Check out here below the amazing results.
2. Fiber Optic Christmas tree
People who love gadgets would definitely adore such a Christmas tree which will remind them about their hobbies. Welcome in the world of fiber Christmas trees which are spinning right round baby right round like a record baby. Beware though! I believe it’s not a good idea to hand ornaments in such a tree. Check out the idea here and in the photo below!
3. Upside Down tree
Why not? Why not surprise your guests with a tree which defies gravity? This kind of tree defies all logic and the best part is the fact that it does save a lot space. It is a good idea to have such a tree when living in a small apartment. Check out this amazing tree here or in the photos below!
4. Possibili Christmas tree
The designer of this Christmas tree is Richard Babcock. The idea is simple and really really practical. The best part is you can give the tree whatever form you choose and assemble and disable whenever you feel like it. Why carry a heavy tree every year when you have this simple and environmentally friendly idea.
5. Glass Water Christmas tree
Why throw away all those used water bottles? You can use them to build a fine and unique Christmas tree. This kind of tree was initially created to have the function of a window installation for a furniture store in Montreal by the design firm Paprika. The tree needs at least two days to be assembled, but trust us it is worth such an effort.
Dear reader these are the first five alternative Christmas trees! Stay tuned for other cool Christmas ideas. We have more for you! Until then though tell us which one is your favorite!