Primark's Got A New Range Of 'Harry Potter' Bedding And We Want It All
Just in time for the start of the new school term, Primark are selling back-to-school bedding themed on the Hogwarts' houses: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Slytherin and Ravenclaw.
Fans young and old can choose their house, picking sheets, throws and cushions to match.
Sharing the news of the new collection on Instagram, Primark wrote: "Celebrate the day that students return to Hogwarts with our magical selection of #HarryPotter homeware :zap:Which house will you choose?"
And it's all reasonably-priced, too. You can get your hands on bedding from £14, throws from £6, and cushions from £6.
Fans of the hit franchise have no shortage of fashionable merch' to get their hands on this year.
In May, Vans announced that they would be teaming up with Harry Potter for a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration. The collection included a Vans Sk8-Hi model for Gryffindor, an Era for Slytherin, Authentic for Ravenclaw and the Classic Slip-On for Hufflepuff.
More recently in August, fans of Harry Potter learnt we'd soon be able to wear their love for the wizarding world on our wrists as Pandora is releasing a Harry Potter collection.
The Danish jewellery brand revealed to Bustle that the collection will be made up of 12 hand-finished designs including charms, pendants and a entire bracelet themed on the hit book and film franchise. However, fans will have to wait until 28th November to get their hands on the collection.
In other Harry Potter news, people have been going crazy over a Harry Potter playhouse of dreams, build for two-year old Logan by her grandparents.
Doting grandparents Dave and Ruby Dunlop commissioned a massive 350 square feet playhouse to be built in their back garden in Ontario, Canada.
The structure features a ton of magical touches, such as a broom swing set, secret hatch, a slide and even an owlery. Furnishings inside include a chandelier like in the Great Hall, owl-themed armchairs, and portraits of Albus Dumbledore, and Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
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