This year, I picked out a two-in-a-half-foot-tall Douglas fir for our one-bedroom apartment, but next year, I'm thinking about one of these wooden trees (I'd decorate it with my own garland or tiny silver bells or clip-on taper candles).
Above: The One Two Tree is made from 26 "branches" of untreated, high-grade Australian hoop pine plywood; AU$349 from One Two Tree in Australia.
Above: The plywood Christmas Tree in black and white is €41 from Ferm Living.
Above: Filigrantrae Danish Tabletop Christmas Tree; $150 from YLiving.
Above: The Cardboard Christmas Tree is made from recycled cardboard and breaks down into three pieces to store flat; $132.78 from Cardboard Christmas (ships from Estonia).
Above: Designed by Anne Paso, the Wooden Christmas Tree with decorations is made from sustainable, PEFC certified Finnish hardwood and flats pack for reuse each year; $115 from A+R Store.
Above: For something on the smaller side, the Cardboard Christmas Tree measures 3 feet tall and is $19.95 directly from The Cardboard Christmas Tree.