It’s been years after the movie series completed, but Harry Potter craze seems to never get old. It’s just that great that people won’t mind watching the movies over and over again. The grown-ups can never get bored of it, and the kids will grow up with it. And when your child is asking for a room with some Hogwarts touch, it should not be too hard for you to give it a go because, what’s cooler than a Harry Potter bedroom design?
To turn your kid’s room into a Harry Potter themed one, you actually don’t have to have a full room re-do. You might need to purchase some Potterhead starter-pack supplies to decorate the room or you can just make them yourself.
Here are the Harry Potter bedroom designs for you to take a look, to help you find more ideas.
This first room design won’t require you too much work. It needs just few decorative elements. A Hogwarts robe to hang and Harry Potter painted wall in its specific font will already do. Next you might only need to complete the room details with some wizard accessories.
If you’re artistic and enough, you can also turn the whole wall into a painting of Hogwarts castle at night to give it classy touch.
Otherwise, you can just put a big paint of it above the headboard; to make things easier.
But if you are into doing more work, you might want to try these room designs.
Most people would prefer to be in Gryffindor, so if your kid is one of them, you may need to match the stuffs with the red-yellow accent. You can possibly find such Gryffindor sheets on the internet.
Or maybe your kid seems to be into Hufflepuff more? Then try this.
All you have to do is set the room into the color black and yellow. Or to blue and bronze one for Ravenclaw, and dark green and silver for Slytherin. Moreover, making some bunting flags in the house themed colors is an easy task for you to try in doing this Harry Potter bedroom design.
Or if you somehow do not want to have any emblem detail of the houses for the room, you might like the idea to turn the design into one Hogwarts students have.
Lastly, you will pull it off better with the broomsticks.
So, which design will you pick for your little Potterhead?
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