How would you like your holiday decor be something that was bold, sophisticated, wild, unique and interesting. Try upsideDown Christmas trees, look a bit surprising right? Seemingly it's not a new trend but it is making a comeback. The history said: in 7th century, a monk hung their christmas tree upsidedown as an evangelism tool to teach non-believers about trinity. And in the 12th century it has become the custom, especially in Europe by hanging an upsidedown tree as a symbol of Christianity. Good to know by designing your tree like this there's a less chance for your kiddos to knock off ornaments and you could fit more presents under. Easy to decorate since the widest part is at the top. The garland is a breeze, does not take up as much floor space, don’t need a fancy tree topper and are very hard to tip over. Does it make sense? Hope you turn things upside down this holiday season – literally.