Nope. We didn’t make a mistake. The typical triangular tree has taken a turn. Upside-down trees are a thing, and the trend is gaining steam.
From $100 to $1000, stores are selling inverted pyramids of pine faster than you can say, “O Tannenbaum.”
Shanna Greve is ahead of the trend. Her tree has been on its head for 10 years. “With the upside-down tree, almost every ornament is visible and creates quality family time as we talk about where ornaments came from, ” Greve said.
Want to join the trendy craze? Act fast, some stores have already sold out!