Fake trees turn Christmas on its head
Maybe that Christmas tree you saw really is
upside down. Upside-down trees are, well, turning the upcoming holiday on its head.
Target has three such upside-down trees ($299.99-$499.99) on its website, touting their best attribute: "Leaves more room on the floor for gifts!"
Similar trees are also available at ChristmasTreeForMe.com in the 5-to-7½-foot range ($280-$504).
The artificial trees are hung from the wall or ceiling, or come with a weighted base to provide extra stability to prevent tipping and leaning.