Upside down creation evokes a strange feeling – whether it’s an upside house or something else. With Christmas on its way, you probably might have heard of upside-down Christmas trees which have recently caused a political controversy. Yes, it seems a totally weird idea, but you won’t believe that this tradition dates back to the seventh century in Central and Eastern Europe. Nowadays, they are even available at online stores.
It’s the Claridge hotel in London which has recently installed the controversial upside down Christmas tree designed by the German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. Some other renowned names who have done the are the Westfield in San Francisco and California’s Hotel del Coronado. The idea of celebrating holidays with these inverted Christmas trees is getting popular among guests, and the trend is rapidly spreading around.
It has sparked a debate about our culture all over the social media, and people are taking a keen interest in these open discussions. In fact, it’s not a modern trend as hanging Christmas trees upside down is an old tradition.
Just imagine if we can celebrate with ladder Christmas trees then how can it be ethically wrong to have an eye-popping upside down Christmas tree at your home?