11 Magical Harry Potter home decorating ideas
If you'd love to get your geek on and channel the wonderful world of Harry Potter into your home decor, these amazing ideas will get your creativity flowing.
Cupboard under the stairs
Although this nook under the stairs isn't anywhere near as dark and depressing as Harry Potter's first bedroom was, it would be so much fun to have a little sleeping or reading space tucked beneath a flight of stairs in your own home.
The Prefects' Bathroom
This impressively cavernous bathroom will remind you of the scene in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire when Harry visits the Prefects' Bathroom and plops his golden egg within the waters of the gigantic bathtub.
Wizard's chess yard
Although not quite to the scale of the pieces Harry, Ron and Hermione encounter in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, this backyard chess set is more life-sized than most.
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Does this gorgeous staircase channel the interior of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry or what? I love the deep detail that would bring the stories to life.
This super sweet bedroom brings together many aspects of Harry Potter.
Although the details of the decor here are not super Harry Potter-ish, this comfy multiple-kid bedroom could be easily customized to reflect the dormitories that Harry Potter and his friends lived in during his time at Hogwarts.
Book on the wall
If you'd love some literary art, consider the Spineless Classics version of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Amazon, $37).
Hall of portraits
While these portraits won't move like they are apt to do in the world of Harry Potter, the pictures in this cozy hallway certainly look like they might at any moment.
The grand staircase
These stairs probably won't move (or will they?), they bear a strong resemblance to the staircases in the Harry Potter movies.
The Weasley kitchen
This incredible kitchen looks completely cozy — and like you might see Molly Weasley step into view at any moment.
12 Grimmauld Place
If this dining room was considerably darker, it would look remarkably similar to the one at the Black family residence — 12 Grimmauld Place.