Nov 29, 2018, 4:16 AM ET 0 A post shared by Misti Blu Day (@mistibluday) on Nov 26, 2018 at 7:15pm PST “It is hard to get into the holiday spirit [here] like it is in the Midwest, where it is cold this time of year,” she said. “I felt like switching it up would make a fun spin on having a Christmas tree and we get more excited about Christmas now. ” McDermott, who decorates her black tree in a “Star Wars” theme, said the tree doubles as a great conversation starter. “We always have a surprised reaction at first, having a black tree,” she said. “But then it grows on everyone and they see that it is fun and very us. ” Julie Cassetina, a spokesperson for Wayfair, also described black Christmas trees as attention getters that come with a chance for more creativity than traditional trees.
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