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This Harry Potter home collection will turn your home into Hogwarts
Pottery Barn unveiled a Harry Potter home collection, which is inspired by the JK Rowling novels thats become a worldwide success within the last decade. - photo by Herb Scribner
You can now bring the magic of Hogwarts to your home.

Pottery Barn unveiled a Harry Potter home collection, which is inspired by the J.K. Rowling novels that have now been around for two decades, according to the Deseret News.

The collection features each of the four houses Slytherin, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Gryffindor.

Products include lamps with an owl base, pillows, owl cage jewelery boxes, mirrors and plenty of artwork, according to Mashable.

The items range from inexpensive to pricey. Duvets, for example, are anywhere from $29 to $150.

Items aren't that cheap, but that's to be expected from Pottery Barn, according to Mashable.

An Oregon teacher recently spent 70 hours creating a Harry Potter-themed classroom, according to The Huffington Post.

Kyle Hubler, who teaches middle school in Oregon, told the Huffington Post that he decided to base his new classroom around the beloved wizarding world because hes a big fan.

I love Harry Potter because of the impact it had on me as a kid. Being a kid can be tough sometimes there were times when I felt weird and that I didnt belong to any circle of friends, and reading the books was a way to escape that and feel like I did belong, Hubler told HuffPost.

Hubler said the book series and movies teach the value of having good friends, as well as acceptance and loyalty.

He said he wants to apply that to his own class.

As I grew up, I became more skilled in socializing and developed stronger connections with friends, but the lessons in the books about acceptance, loyalty, and integrity stayed with me and inform a lot of the philosophy I have in my approach to teaching and how I interact with my students, he added.