“Good Morning America” reported on the trend this week, with anchors seeming a bit skeptical that the new shade could ever replace the traditional green tree.
A representative for home-furnishings company Wayfair.com told “GMA” that searches for black trees are up 70 percent compared to 2017. And Treetopia.com told Fox News the site sells seven different black Christmas trees, “from Tuxedo Black to Stiletto Black Pencil to the new Black Blue Ombre.”
The extreme look isn't for everyone, but if your ornaments lean towards white and silver, or if your home decorating style can be best defined as “stark,” you’re might want to color your Christmas world differently this year. You’d be in good company: Instagram.com has more than 9,600 photo posts that are hashtagged #blackchristmastree.
Trees aside, black has made its way into numerous food products over the last few years. Black hamburger buns have popped up to honor Batman, Halloween or for various other reasons, although at least one of them posed a little personal problem. But while you’re in a seasonal mood, check out the most popular holiday recipe in every state.