Upside Down Christmas Trees

From a space standpoint, a Christmas tree doesn’t make a lot of sense. Bulging at the bottom and trim up top, a tree’s conical shape can eat up tons of precious space in the home. But no one says a tree has to be displayed right-side up. Flipped on its head, the upside-down Christmas tree only takes up a square foot or so of floor space, and gives you plenty of extra room to gather presents under it (for those really big presents you’re expecting).

Don’t you think that we are upside down enough in this country?