So, to celebrate the release of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the Skirting Board Shop in the UK has had interior designer Ellie Barker recreate a stylish room themed to each for the four houses from Harry Potter: Slytherin, Gryffindor, Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw. And the results are surprisingly spot-on.
As it turns out, the four houses translate incredibly well into interior design themes, and the rooms are genuinely stylish, on-trend and applicable to real life.
Check out the styles below.
With plenty of grand furniture, dark wood, brown leather and lashings of fur, Gryffindor interiors are best suited to decadent manor houses in the countryside.
Hufflepuff homes would be inspired by Scandinavian interiors, with lots of modern furniture and splashes of yellow and black (the house colours). Think bright and airy city loft apartments decorated with burnished copper and contemporary artwork.
Slytherin interiors would involve sleek, dark rooms accented by the house’s colours, silver and emerald green.
Inspired by the element of air, Ravenclaw homes would have plenty of windows and be furnished in dreamy, deep blue hues. This style of interior lends itself beautifully to period Georgian homes with delicate furniture and high ceilings.
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