New trend? Some people opt for upside-down Christmas trees

GARDENDALE, Ala. (KXAN/WVTM) — Those tired of the same old holiday celebrations and decorations are changing things up this season — with upside-down Christmas trees.

One Alabama woman has made it a tradition, which started when she wanted to change up her style and began searching high and low for upside-down trees. Lo and behold, one of her friends had one. Her almost Seussical design features a snowman at the “top” where the trunk reaches toward the ceiling.

Retailers like Target, Walmart, Wayfair and Sears are selling the seemingly gravity-defying trees at prices ranging from more than $300 to more than $1,000.

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