If you're a serious Harry Potter fan, you've probably spent a fair amount of time wondering how you can incorporate your love of the books and movies into your home. You know, beyond just having the movies on in the background for days on end (hey, we've all been there). With the right furniture and decor, you can turn your home into a reflection of not only your personal style, but your Hogwarts house, too.
A red velvet throw pillow here, a gold lion sculpture there, and everyone will know you're a Gryffindor. The Sorting Hat has spoken, and you're in the house of bravery and daring—now, here's how to show that off in style.
This red velvet channel tufted loveseat looks like it would fit right in in the Gryffindor common room at Hogwarts, so it's pretty much a must-have.
You can't go wrong with a velvet throw pillow, especially one this boho-chic and in the Gryffindor colors.
To really go all out, hang this gold, Gryffindor-approved lion head sculpture on your wall.
As a Gryffindor, you'd be proud to hang this Sorting Hat quote print on your wall. Plus, you don't even have to wait for it to ship to you—it's an instant download, so just print it to whatever size you need and frame it.
This little scarlet-and-gold hexagonal ring dish is a perfectly subtle way to show off your Hogwarts house spirit.
A woven wall hanging like this adds texture to any room, and in the Gryffindor colors, you really can't go wrong.
If that gold lion head is a little too much for your aesthetic, this small lion vase should do the trick.
This fleece throw is ultra cozy, and this particular shade of gold looks like it was pulled straight from a Gryffindor scarf.
This red-and-gold tray table is totally simple and chic, but it also folds up and out of the way when you need a little extra space.
Let everyone who enters your home know exactly which house you've been sorted into with this Gryffindor crest doormat.
And of course, you need your home to smell Gryffindor-approved, too—this "House Bravery" candle has you covered with scents of crackling firewood and blackberries.