The origin of the Christmas Tree from wood

The story of how it all started

Every year the same question – which tree will we buy this year? Size and timing varied depending on how old the children were and what our living situation was. Although the children are now out of the house but still come to visit at Christmas nothing has changed. At some point I wanted a Christmas tree for my family that was both – sustainable and practical. That means reusable, made of wood, easy to store, simple to assemble but also a little playful.

Albert Ungrad/Founder


We recommend that you do not use care products. Experience has shown that oils and waxes can leave an undesirable yellowish discoloration. Different absorbency from the wood causes that the wood subsequently appears stained.

This is a bag made of corn starch, inside are dried BIO – orange peel, cloves and cassia cinnamon. The bag with contents is compostable as an alternative to synthetic Christmas scents.

We are happy if you want to create your tree. Holes, adhesives and dyes can change the properties of the wood and lead to breakage or sticking of the parts. Such changes may void the warranty.

Yes, the trees are intended exclusively for indoor use. If it does happen, we recommend to let it dry completely folded, outside the box at room temperature.

Yes, these are suitable for use on toys and surfaces in children’s rooms according to DIN/EN standards.

Preferably in the specially designed cardboard box in the living room. Very dry conditions can lead to cracking and very humid conditions (e.g. cellar) can lead to mold growth.

The trees are assembled by hand and tested individually in the process. Wood is a natural product, so it can still happen that something unexpectedly breaks. In this case, please contact us.

Everything has an end – then the tree can be separated by type into cardboard – wood – metal – compost.

Christmas tree from wood, FAQ's

Impressions of the development

View into the production

The structure