1. LED Christmas Tree
Made from bathroom pipes and LED’s, this Do-It-Yourself, ornament-less Christmas tree is both minimalist and futuristic.
2. Pac-Man Christmas Tree
Featuring an animated version of the arcade game Pac Man in LED’s, this Christmas tree playfully lights up the streets of Madrid.
3. Sushi Christmas Tree
Decorating the window of a Sushi shop in Japan, this Christmas tree is an entirely edible creation!
4. Upside Down Christmas Tree
This pre-lit Christmas tree allows for placement of a 7 foot tree in a small space, without sacrificing the ability to adorn it with a full array of decorations. A side-benefit is the additional room afforded for gifts!
5. Crystal Christmas Tree
Designed as a promotion for Swarovski crystals, this enormous tree glitters with reflected light – a joyful addition to the season.
6. Recycled Christmas Tree
Just when you think you’ve seen it all! This unique Christmas tree is made entirely of recycled hard-drive platters.
7. Water Bottle Christmas Tree
Take a closer look to discover that this beautiful, luminous Christmas tree is made entirely of 5 gallon water bottles held together with PVC pipes.
8. Environmentally Friendly Christmas Tree
Available in three sizes, this artificial plywood Christmas tree is touted as being truly “green”, by its Australian designers. Not only is it made of recyclable materials, it makes use of a low energy production technique and can be re-used over the course of many years.
9. Layer Cake Christmas Tree
Located in Tokyo, Japan this wooden-framed Christmas tree is like a many-layered cake, adorned with simple cylindrical glass fixtures.
10. Bottle Christmas Tree
Save your empties to produce this shimmering glass creation made entirely from green beer bottles!
11. Plastic Bottle Christmas Tree
The blue swirl around this Christmas tree found in Sydney, Australia was achieved by leaving the caps on some of the green water bottles which were used to create it.
12. Potato Christmas Tree
Over two hundred pounds of potatoes were used to create this Christmas tree in Lima, Peru, which was then decorated with traditional ornaments.