Christmas trees have traditionally been green, and most people still own green Christmas trees. That's because trees are, well, green! It makes sense therefore to own real green Christmas trees, that's the way that they were born. Why though, do people insist on buying a plastic green Christmas tree? Despite knowing full well that not a single person will mistake their artificial tree for the real thing? Now that most Christmas trees are made out of some sort of PVC material, don't they know that they can have pretty much any color in the universe? Pink, red, purple, blue, even black. Aaarrgghh, black. My favorite color.
Black is by no means the best selling 'alternative' Christmas tree color, pink probably wins that battle, but black trees look awesome. Furthermore, black is by far the best color to bring out the vivid colors of your Christmas tree lights. If your home decor features a lot of black, a very popular color right now, then a black tree is going to look incredible. I'd personally compliment a black Christmas tree with a set of plain white Christmas lights. On this page I take a look at some of the best black Christmas trees on the market.