I just spent a good 15 minutes researching trees with pale bark and red leaves all year round, and the closest thing I found was the Japanese maple (I JUST REALLY WANT MY OWN GODSWOOD OK)
and the best part is you can get them in bonsai form, so you can grow your own little weirwood to keep in your room
if you actually think I would carve a face into the trunk and make tiny children of the forest you would be 100% correct
Wisteria bonsai proves big beauty comes in small packages-DDN Japan
As you probably already know, bonsai is the Japanese art of growing miniature trees or shrubs in planters. You’ve may have already seen at least some tiny potted junipers, a common species for bonsai, at some point, but actually many different species are suitable for bonsai, including some flowering trees like wisteria, or fuji in Japanese.