Have you ever considered building your own Christmas tree? Here are a few ideas for creating a festive substitute, utilizing reclaimed wood.
Above: The PossibiliTree is designed by architect Richard Babcock, who was “tired of finding, hauling, displaying, watering, and disposing of the bulky, needle-dropping, space-guzzling evergreen every Christmas.” The tree, which is handmade using reclaimed or “deadfall” wood, is available in a 2- or 3-foot tabletop model or a 6-foot-tall suspended version.
Above: Ingrid Jansen’s The (Christmas) Trees are crafted out of various reclaimed wooden planks.
Above: To decorate your wooden tree, consider screwing in small hooks to hang ornaments.
Above: This simple DIY project uses different sized recycled wood planks; originally seen via Desire to Inspire.
For more ideas on holiday tree alternatives, see Wooden Christmas Trees on Remodelista.