Upside-down Christmas trees are the latest festive trend loved by Ariana Grande & they’re ideal if you’re short on space

MANY people’s lives have been turned upside down this year – and there’s no reason why your Christmas tree can’t be the same.  

A big festive trend this year is flipping your tree so it hangs from the ceiling, which is perfect for those who don’t have much space. 

An upside-down tree doesn’t take up precious floor space, and lets you show off baubles and ornaments from all angles. 

And not forgetting could be the perfect solution if you have toddlers or pets who would normally have attacked the bottom branches if it was standing upright. 

Even celebrities such as Ariana Grande and the late Karl Lagerfeld have jumped on the bandwagon in previous years. 

Plus it is simply a great conversation starter for all those who see it. 

  • Three ft upside-down tree, £19.99 from Christmas Tree World – buy now

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While it may seem like a new idea, hanging your tree upside down actually started in the middle ages in Europe as a religious idea. 

Families in the 19th century would also hang their tree from the rafters of their home. 

If you want to make your upside-down tree dreams come true this year, Christmas Tree World has some priced from £19.99. 

  • Snowy upside down Christmas tree, £50.00 from Wayfair – buy now

  • Half Christmas tree six ft, £49.99 from Christmas Tree World – buy now

This comes with a special hook to suspend the tree from the ceiling, and comes with white LED lights to save you the faff. 

Their three ft trees are £19.99, a four ft one is £44.99 and their five ft ones are £71.99 online. 

Meanwhile, Wayfair has a snowy option for £50.99, and Amazon has one that comes on a stand if you have nowhere to hang it from. 

This will certainly help your tree to stand out from the crowd. 

Meanwhile, The Range is selling chalk pens so kids can decorate windows for Christmas – and, don’t worry, they wipe off.

We shared how a mum has spent £4k on Christmas presents for her 3 kids and gets them 100 each.

And Asda shoppers are convinced that ‘Christmas pickle’ decoration looks like something much ruder.

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