Ho, ho, ho, it's Harry Potter! Take note, parents of Potterheads. For Pottery Barn's line of Hogwarts and Harry-themed Christmas decor is sure to delight every Gryffindor in your house. (Or Slytherin. No judgments.) The line includes everything from stockings to garlands to ornaments, and as is customary for Pottery Barn (more like Potter-y Barn, am I right), that means the items are both tasteful and pricey.
While the marriage of Potter and Christmas might seem a little odd to some, I think for anyone who has read the books it makes total sense. J.K. Rowling did such a great job of creating beasts and soul-suckers and nose-less villains, yes, but she also created an incredibly cozy and festive world within her stories, and Christmas festivities always featured.
It's really kind of a testament to the power of the books (and I suppose the Warner Brothers marketing team) that Harry still has such a hold on us over a decade after the last book came out. Maybe over time we'll all slowly go full-on Potter for Christmas? We'll eventually serve butterbeer instead of wassail, and will tell our children of a bearded man in a hat named Dumbledore, who apparates into the living room on Christmas eve with a sackful of toys for everyone who has promised to vanquish evil.