Whimsical "Upside Down" Christmas Trees

My home is rather a traditional/transitional style. When I saw these upside down Christmas trees for the first time, I had to have one!..Though rather pricey when they first came out (like all new things) I waited till they went on clearance after the holidays. I have a free standing flocked tree and one in our media room that is a corner wall mounted tree. It adds just the touch of whimsey needed to balance out the traditional decorations.

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This flocked upside down tree sits in the corner of the sunroom. I chose red ornaments as they stand out beautifully against the flocking.

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A close up view. The owls come to visit..

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The top of the tree..

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The corner wall mounted upside down tree in the media room

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Tree decorated in browns and coppers..

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I used copper glittered picks and ribbon at the top of the tree

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A close up of the topper treatment

Whimsical “Upside Down” Christmas Trees

My home is rather a traditional/transitional style. When I saw these upside down Christmas trees for the first time, I had to have one!..Though rather pricey when they first came out (like all new things) I waited till they went on clearance after the holidays. I have a free standing flocked tree and one in our media room that is a corner wall mounted tree. It adds just the touch of whimsey needed to balance out the traditional decorations.

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This flocked upside down tree sits in the corner of the sunroom. I chose red ornaments as they stand out beautifully against the flocking.

IMG_2450

A close up view. The owls come to visit..

IMG_2451

The top of the tree..

IMG_2449

The corner wall mounted upside down tree in the media room

IMG_2445

Tree decorated in browns and coppers..

IMG_2444

I used copper glittered picks and ribbon at the top of the tree

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A close up of the topper treatment