Home deco hacks for the ultimate Harry Potter fan

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Whilst it’s been a whopping ten years since the last book in the Harry Potter series (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, 2007!) was published, the Harry Potter legacy still lives on.

In celebration of The Boy Who Lived’s birthday, which falls on July 31st (Happy Birthday Harry!), we’ve decided to round up a few of our favourite Harry Potter home deco hacks that will help you transform your home into something truly magical.

Home Deco Hack #1: Harry Potter Welcome Mat


Harry Potter deco hacks

Harry Potter Welcome Mat, $58.93

Declare your allegiance to the wizarding world to your neighbours, guests, and curious passers-by with this fun and timeless welcome mat.

Home Deco Hack #2: Dobby Watercolour Print

Harry Potter dobby print

Which Harry Potter fan didn’t have tears streaming down their face when Dobby died after taking a knife in the chest for Harry, Ron and Hermione? Dobby is, and will always be, the greatest elf that mankind has ever known.

Dobby Watercolour Print, $4.03

Home Deco Hack #3: Harry Potter Chest

Harry Potter ChestHarry Potter Chest, $46.51

Etched with one of the most memorable quotes in the series, this handsome and sturdy chest is all you need to house your quills, parchment, and potion ingredients.

Home Deco Hack #4: Ministry of Magic Toilet Sign

Harry Potter toilet stickerHarry Potter Inspired Toilet Sticker, $5.56

Travelling by Floo powder and portkey became downright boring once JK Rowling revealed to us that you could flush yourself down a toilet, and arrive at the Ministry of Magic.

Home Deco Hack #5: Harry Potter Pillowcase Set

Harry Potter Pillowcases
Harry Potter Pillowcase Set, $43.11

This pillowcase set, printed in a beautiful hand-lettered font, says it all. The revelation that Snape’s love for Lily had never wavered through the years was arguably one of the most touching and powerful aspects of the series.

Home Deco Hack #6: Harry Potter Signage

Harry Potter Signage
Harry Potter Signage, $21.56

We’ll never quite get over the fact that we can never shop for wands at Ollivander’s, stuff ourselves with sweets at Honeyduke’s, and stock up on school supplies at Flourish & Blotts like how Harry, Ron and Hermione did. But with these Harry Potter home deco hacks, at least we can make believe.

Happy outfitting your home! If you’re looking for more home decor inspiration, check out our other articles on 7 Ikea hacks to transform your house into an insta-worthy one, 5 tips to make your house look luxurious when you’re broke, and how to inject a bit of your favourite city into your new home!

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