Here's How the Kids from Harry Potter Would Decorate their Grown-Up Homes

Here's How the Kids from Harry Potter Would Decorate their Grown-Up Homes

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Nancy Mitchell
Jan 1, 2017
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If you're a fan of the Harry Potter series, you may have spent some time thinking about the characters' lives after the books end. But have you spent any time thinking about their homes? Here's a speculative look at the sort of home decor that might be favored by some our favorite fictional characters.

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Although he complains about them to his friends, Draco Malfoy secretly loves all the taxidermy pieces he inherited from his grandparents. This deer is called Patches.

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Hermione Granger's style is cozy and, although her friends would never admit this to her, a little bit muggle. Lately, Ron has grown fond of refinishing garage sale pieces, which he prefers to do without magic because it results in 'a more authentic look'.

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Retirement has given Sybill Trelawney a chance to indulge her taste for florals. (Perhaps she saw the "scary florals" trend in her tea leaves?)

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Neville Longbottom is passionate about antiquing.

The Boy Who Lived has almost no say over his home decor. Ginny is subscribed to several different wizarding decorating magazines.

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In quiet moments, Minerva McGonagall likes to transform her furniture into aardvarks and then back again.

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Fleur Delacour has a special closet filled with things her mother-in-law has given her, just in case she stops by on short notice.

Luna Lovegood is the ultimate eclectic collector.

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