If you believe that Christmas is just meant for all things merry and bright, then you’re in for a big surprise. Black Christmas trees are now a thing. And they’re equally stunning as typical green ones or even rainbow-colored ones. This goes to show that black can also be a festive color. And we’re telling you, once you go black, you might not go back to classic green Christmas trees.
At first, the thought of putting up a black tree sounds quite grinchy. But it’s actually not. Contrary to popular belief, black is not just a color for mourning. In fact, it can also be as cheery as the traditional green, white, or gold trees. Likewise, it is a pretty versatile color.
With a black tree, you can go all out on light-colored ornaments and even metallic ones. It also makes working around decorations of all sorts of colors much easier. Plus, a dark tree also allows your decorations to truly stand out like never before. Just imagine the pure luxe and sophistication that a black tree brings along with its metallic trinkets and garlands.
These unconventional holiday trees come in two sizes—6 feet and 7.5 feet. The 6-foot variant consists of 1,477 branch tips made of non-flammable and non-allergenic polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material. It stands 72″ tall and 44.5″ wide. On the other hand, the 7.5-foot variant consists of 1,749 tips made of the same material. It stands 90″ tall and 53″ wide. Both variants feature a full appearance, thanks to their full and high-number branches. Likewise, both trees come with a foldable stand for easy assembly and storage.
Meanwhile, if you still don’t find these trees fit for the Yuletide season, then there’s always the spooky season meant for these kinds of things. These trees can also double as Halloween decorations, in addition to your usual pumpkins and skulls. Besides, it’s never too early to put up a Halloween/Christmas tree. The holiday season is just the perfect excuse to be extra and fancy at just about anything and everything.
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