Lori Zimmer

10 Green Christmas Tree Alternatives to Make Your Holiday Shine

by , 12/16/12

green design, eco design, sustainable design, Superstar Tree, Cardboard Christmas Tree, LED Christmas Tree, Zedomax, Modernica Studio, Love Birch Wood Tree, Shop Horne, Dowel Rod Tree, Possibilitree, Muji, Massimo Tree, Living Tree, FTD Flowers, Cascades, GigglingGnome, Recycled Christmas Tree, sustainable Christmas, Green Christmas, recycled materials Beloved Japanese paper retailer MUJI has their own version of a sustainable wooden tree. Ornaments are displayed in cutouts in the wood, and hung on hooks. The tree comes in two sizes, and is FSC certified.

Wooden Tree- $20-$25 at Muji

green design, eco design, sustainable design, Superstar Tree, Cardboard Christmas Tree, LED Christmas Tree, Zedomax, Modernica Studio, Love Birch Wood Tree, Shop Horne, Dowel Rod Tree, Possibilitree, Muji, Massimo Tree, Living Tree, FTD Flowers, Cascades, GigglingGnome, Recycled Christmas Tree, sustainable Christmas, Green Christmas, recycled materials Made from 100% recycled cardboard, this six and a half footer comes in a natural tree print, or a nostalgic “Christmas tree of yesteryear” model. A set of energy efficient LED lights comes with each tree, and operate at a low voltage- making them safe to use on cardboard.

Massimo Cardboard Tree – $99.00 at Cascades

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  1. Audrey Fletcher December 2, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    After I found out my daughter was having asthma attacks because of the Christmas tree. I made a different type of tree every year until she got married! I like these ones but some of ours designs were way better!!! lolMaybe I should start making mine and selling them! they were recycled!

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