Our roundup of the best (nonplastic) Christmas tree stands of the year, heritage edition.
Above: The powder-coated iron Christmas Tree Foot from Swedish company Ferm Living; €43.20 ($53.75).
Above: Bowling’s Last Stand Christmas tree stand is available in several sizes; prices start at $90. Handmade in Bear Lake, Michigan, by Floyd Bowling Jr. and Sr. since 1989, the stands are made of heavyweight powder-coated steel with T-bolts for securing the tree and tripod legs to prevent wobbling on uneven floors. One happy customer wrote, “It belongs in the permanent collection at MoMA.”
Above: The lacquered steel Turbin Christmas Tree Stand, $125, is available in white, red, green, and black from Scandinavian Design Center.
Above: The Danish Trip Trap Christmas Tree Holder made of wood and metal is 1,395 DKR ($233.27) from Design Klassiker Shop.
Above: The Christmas Tree Holder from Born in Sweden is made of recyclable aluminum and available in red, graphite, and black; $249.95 from Horne.
Above: The hand-sanded cast-iron Christmas Tree Holder from Manufactum features solid brass holding spikes and a zinc-painted interior to protect against rust; €275 ($342).
Go to Holiday Decor for more ideas, including:
- 10 Geometric Tree Ornaments
- DIY Snowballs for the Christmas Tree
- DIY Gilded Tree Ornaments, Inspire by Nature
- Christmas in a Tiny Apartment