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Pottery Barn Released New Harry Potter Items, And They're Bewitchingly Cute

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Pottery Barn + Harry Potter = 1,000 points to Gryffindor

Attention all Muggles. Pottery Barn just released even more products for their Harry Potter collection, which means we can all officially live our very best Hogwarts life possible. Warning: one of them includes a giant Golden Snitch beanbag chair. You’ll have a very hard time not buying it.

The collection currently has over 100 unique pieces, according to Popsugar, so let’s dive right in. First up, we’ve got comfy seating galore. If you’ve officially sorted yourself into Gryffindor (lucky you, not jealous at all) and want to rep those house colors, this beanbag is definitely for you. All that’s missing is a bottle of butterbeer, some Charms homework, and Ron Weasley.

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There’s also a plush beanbag shaped like Hedwig (RIP). It looks very furry, soft, and pays perfect tribute to the best owl out there.

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Or, if you’re feeling like celebrating the Quidditch rockstar you are, you can go with this oversized Golden Snitch beanbag. It looks ridiculously comfy and also ridiculously gold (but it’s your house and you can be as flashy as you want damnit).

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Speaking of snitches, there’s also a delicately crafted Golden Snitch desk lamp which will undoubtably make you feel like you’re pulling an all-nighter at the Hogwarts library.

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And this truly realistic handcrafted replica that you can use to put chips, dip, or a couple of Jelly Slugs into.

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There’s also plenty of ways to express your Hogwarts colors, including a table throw with each of the houses on it.

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Or this very cute set of cups, made from blown soda lime glass. You can give the Slytherin one to whichever family member is annoying you the most that week.

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Also, maybe people will be more enthusiastic about using coasters if they have the house crests on them.

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If you want to give your house an even grander Hogwarts aesthetic, there’s this castle lantern, which is perfect for midnight walks through the Forbidden Forest. Or, midnight walks to the freezer for more ice cream. Whatever works.

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Also, dinnertime should be used for learning important spells. While eating all the cheese.

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Well, there you have it. Your house can officially become a shrine for all things Potter, which actually isn’t one of the worst ideas in the world. J.K. Rowling would probably (definitely) approve.

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