It’s not uncommon for Christmas trees to be trending at this time of year, but a new decorating twist has people confused.
Appearing in stores, public areas and people’s homes, upside down Christmas trees are taking off.
Last week, Claridge's, a five-star hotel in London, unveiled its annual holiday tree installation: an upside-down tree arranged by renowned fashion designer Karl Lagerfield.
In addition, Target in the US is selling them for almost $1000.
While some are all for this tree trend, others have taken to Twitter to express their dislike.
But that hasn't stopped people from taking part. Keep scrolling for a look at some of our favourites.