Flip it upside down for an on-trend Christmas season!
Christmas is one of the most unique and heartfelt times of the year. Family and friends gather to give cheers, share happy moments of the year that's ending and plan for another year to come. With plentiful things going on, it's little marvel that there are multi-cultural traditions and beliefs embracing this time of year and original ones are emerging nearly every year.
But, what about an upside-down Christmas tree wonder decorated with alluring gildings and vibrant lights? It can be therapeutic to add some fun and inventive tweaks to the traditional! After all, the style tells all about you.
The fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld himself actually inspired us with his upside-down tree designed at Claridge Hotel. Check it out! It is a magnificent handiwork rooted wholeheartedly.
Well, you might be amazed to hear that an upside-down tree trend is one of the zestiest trends of the season. But really it is not new! It has a lingering history back to the Middle Ages, when Europeans adopted it as a symbol of Trinity.
You might not be a big fan of the idea, but if you think well about it …you might discover lots of benefits. In the 19th century, many houses sometimes dangled small trees from the ceiling for a very artless reason, floor space.
Also, think well about it especially if you have children. You can keep most of the decorations far from their little tiny hands.
If you have pets at home, it is okay let them race freely around without having to worry about knocking ornaments off the base of your upside-down Christmas tree. Think also of the number of stocks, gifts and packages that you would still have a plenty of space for, to pile up under the tree.
Wishing you all a merry trendy season and many happy returns!