Upside Down Christmas Tree.

It's an upside down pre-lit Chrismast tree! Why?

The inverted shape makes it easier to see ornaments, which hang away from the dense needles and do not get lost in the foliage. - Thanks Tiffany!

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In the 70s my grandma hung a smallish size tree upside down over the television as a protest against consumerist Christmas. I had to laugh seeing the same idea pitched by one of the most conspicuous consumption outfits there is.
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