after the jump! 1. Modern Tannenbaum by Silver Cocoon: This is one of our favorite options for the apartment dweller. This is a 3-foot tall tapered cedar trunk with basswood dowel branches on an interlocking 3x3 inch solid-cedar X-base and only occupies a one-square-foot. Available at Silver Cocoon's Etsy store for $255. 2. possibiliTree®: Each possibiliTree® wooden tree is handmade in Minnesota and distinct with its own color and grain pattern variations. Comes in three sizes ranging between $160 - $290. 3. Matteria Lasercut Eco-certified Birch Christmas Tree: Made with PEFC certified birch wood and non-toxic paint and available in three sizes and in either natural wood or green color. As an added bonus the manufacturer will plant 1 new tree for every small one sold, 3 new trees for every medium one sold and 5 new trees for every Large Christmas tree sold. Purchase at Matteria for 66 - 440EUR. 4. MUJI Wooden Trees: These trees are super inexpensive and are FSC certified to boot. Available in two sizes at MUJI online for £7.95 - £10.95. A Beech dowel rod tree (can also double as a jewelry hanger) is also available at the MUJI US store for $16.75. 5. Roost Driftwood Trees: These trees are crafted from actual shoreline driftwood and are available in two sizes. Buy at Fawbush & Schulz for $159 & $359. 6. Roost Lasercut Wooden Trees: Four varieties of birch veneer laser cut trees with a burnt edge for extra detail. The trees come packaged flat with simple slot assembly. Available at Velocity Art and Design. 7. X'Mas Tree by Lindner im Norden: This candle holder tree has a central wooden pole lets you turn each arm individually. Currently not for sale. 8, 9, 10. Buro North Buro Trees: Buro North has three unusual Christmas tree designs (Rindd, Gryder and Frigg) in three different stains as well as various sizes and each flat packs for easy storage. Available at the BuroTree Store for $149 - $2,339. Find out more over at if it's hip, it's here.