Richard Ramirez Jr., 25, of Glendora, California, shared a picture of his black tree on Instagram. According to Wayfair spokesperson Julie Cassetina, there have been more than 2,000 searches for black artificial Christmas trees on the home shopping site, compared to 1,200 for the same time period last year (from January to Nov. 5). Wayfair reported more than a 66 percent increase in searches for black Christmas trees in 2018 compared to last year. On Pinterest, there are plenty of inspiration photos featuring black trees with ornaments in hues of red, purple and pink.
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