25 days of christmas : one two tree

posted on: Thursday, November 22, 2012

Do you do the back and forth every year over whether you'll go plantation, plastic or potplant? Despair over the waste after the live plantation tree is taken down? Then you might like the One Two Tree, the sustainable Christmas tree choice created by Sydney mama and papa (of gorgeous Ziggy up top), Lucy McNamara and Antony Aris.

Made from sustainable Hoop Pine, One Two Trees have been designed to make the most of the original plant they're born from and every piece is beveled by hand to ensure a smooth finish.

Available for approx $349 AUD from Koskela or One Two Tree

You are perusing the 2012 baby space Christmas Gift Guide or, Stuff We'd Love to Find Under Our Tree. Looking for more inspiration? You might like our 2011 Guide.


  1. I love that tree!
    We painted a tree on some paper and are using that this year...but I will have to keep this in mind for next year!

  2. What a gorgeous tree! We have switched a while ago to a trusty faux tree that comes out of its box every year. Growing up though we did have have real Chrissy trees and to be honest I loved the smell of the pine.

    Sophie xo

  3. I've never not had a real tree, but i could seriously contemplate it with that, its ace!

  4. That tree looks like a great option however in our house we always have a real tree. The cutting it down and bringing it home is part of the Christmas ritual - and I love the smell

  5. Amidst the Christmas season with Christmas right around the bend everybody is hustling and clamoring to complete their Christmas shopping and their homes finished for the occasions so they can make the most of their crew Christmas customs. Workplaces, shops, and chapels are likewise being adorned for the Christmas Season. A standout amongst the most widely recognized and cherished Christmas customs is setting up a Christmas tree.

  6. A short anecdote around a Christmas tree and Jesus Christ...The impeccable Christmas tree is elusive, especially when you are tramping around the mountains rather than a tree ranch. However, what might Christmas be without a tree?

  7. Put up your decorations, including that mistletoe; Christmas time is coming. Everybody is engrossed in holiday decorating and this is an excellent time to buy a spanking new realistic artificial Christmas tree.


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