Do you need an interior design inspiration to build and to create a Christmas tree with a unique design? Design Limited Edition, in this holidays season, shows to you – an art and design lover – some creative works and modern artwork pieces inspired by the most famous symbol of Christmas: the tree.
Take a look to some Christmas trees with an exclusive design and discover how stunning are these contemporary art fine art pieces designed and made by recognized and emerging artists.
Claridge’s Christmas tree by Karl Lagerfeld
Karl Lagerfeld turned his design for a Christmas tree upside down, topping its silver gilded roots with a mirrored, light-reflecting star. With a creative design, the tree is a hand-sewn white Icelandic sheepskin rug, to represent a blanket of snow.
New York Edition Christmas tree by Misha Kahn
American artist and designer Misha Kahn have used lava lamps and candles to adorn his Christmas tree for the New York Edition. Like a fine piece of craftsmanship, it reflects the silhouette of a traditional tree, with Kahn‘s own interpretation including steel and glass decorations, and a pink pompom tree topper in place of a star.
Cartoon-like Tree by Joanne Tatham and Tom O’ Sullivan
This cartoon-like tree by artists Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan is made up of a series of multicolored light and cones, forming the noses and mouths of the eight faces looking out from the tree. One of the funniest and creative masterpieces, this Christmas tree with a unique design was located in King’s Cross’ Granary Square.
Illuminated glass Christmas tree by Lasvit and Yabu Pushelberg
Designed by Czech glass brand Lasvit and design firm Yabu Pushelberg, this Christmas tree with an exclusive design is connected by champagne-gold polished brass fittings and by a lattice web of handblown glass elements.
The Tree of Glass by Lee Broom
This 10-meter-tall Christmas tree by British designer Lee Broom consists of 245 individual hand-blown glass pendant lights. The installation is an architectural take on the shape of a traditional Christmas tree and was made in collaboration with glassware brand Nude.
The Singing Tree by Es Devlin
This Christmas tree by set designer Es Devlin uses thousands of words collected from the public, and sound algorithms trained on 25 million words of 19th-century poetry. This creative and modern artwork is an interactive choir of human and synthesized voices accompanies the carols.
The Merry Breakfast Christmas tree by Gary Card
This Christmas tree with a unique design it’s all about maximum fun and maximum impact. It is inspired by childhood, Alice in Wonderland, by snowmen and gingerbread men.
The Connaught Christmas tree by Tracey Emin
The artist Tracey Emin decorated a Christmas tree with purple neon lights that spell out a love poem written in her distinctive handwriting. The lights read “What I give to you is all that I have. An open wanting deep in the layers of my heart, and in return, I catch your smile, the greatest gift of all.”