It's easy to see why, too—they're glamorous and dramatic, yet neutral enough to go with any decor scheme or style, from boho to industrial to farmhouse. So if you're looking to impress your guests with a sustainable and nontraditional Christmas tree, this trend is definitely captivating enough to make you rethink your usual holiday setup.
A 2018 study by Treetopia found that, after the traditional green, black is actually the second most popular artificial tree color in five states (Arizona, Delaware, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin) as well as Washington, D.C. And, if you scroll the #blackchristmastree tag on Instagram, you'll find more than 15,000 results—yes, really!—so it feels safe to say that this is one trend that will probably be sticking around for a while.
Switching to a black Christmas tree can give your holiday decor a chic upgrade without feeling too different, and they're easy to shop for, too.
You can go all out with colorful bits and baubles and multi-colored lights for a fun look, stick with a glam silver or gold color scheme for some serious elegance, keep it black and white for a simple modern aesthetic, or even add some plaid ribbons and wooden ornaments for a cool farmhouse vibe.