Upside-down Christmas tree trend growing in Alabama and nationwide

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GARDENDALE, Ala. (WVTM / NBC News Channel) -- A new trend is getting attention this holiday season as people begin to decorate their homes.

A new trend is getting attention this holiday season as people begin to decorate their homes. The upside-down trees are beginning to grow in popularity for those looking to change up how they decorate for the holiday season. Courtesy: WVTM / NBC News Channel

An Alabama woman decided to flip her holiday decoration style upside down, literally.

Kim Chapman spent hours searching for an upside-down christmas tree when she discovered one of her friends had one in their home in years past.

Now she's opted for the upside-down look every year since instead of using the traditional approach.

The upside-down trees are beginning to grow in popularity for those looking to change up how they decorate for the holiday season.