Harry Potter room

This Couple’s Harry Potter Reading Room Is on a Whole Other Level

It’s always nice to see book fans that have a true and deep love for something. To the untrained eye, it may be borderline obsessive, but to us, it’s absolutely glorious. In this case, we give major kudos to a southern couple who charmed their very living space.

 

Harry Potter Couple

 Jasper Price and Angie Cason/ Image Via TODAY Home

 

Angie Cason and Jasper Price of Shreveport, Louisiana are about as big of Harry Potter fans as you could get. They’ve been hosting Potter-themed parties at their home since 2000. So, naturally, over the years they’ve collected some serious swag and memorabilia. And when it became too much, they had a better plan than just stuffing them into the attic.

 

The couple filled their dining room-turned-reading room with all of their magical goodies, including ones that even Price, an artist and illustrator, made himself. “We made flying, divination teacups, Cornish pixies and mandrakes out of paper clay,” Cason told TODAY Home. After the space was finished in December it was pure perfection. See it for yourself muggles.

 

Harry Potter room

 Image Via Jasper Price Facebook

 

Monster Book

Image Via Jasper Price Facebook

 

Harry Potter room

 Image Via Jasper Price Facebook

 

Harry Potter room

 Image Via Jasper Price Facebook

 
“The Quidditch case and the Monster Book of Monsters are my favorite pieces in the collection because Jasper made those for me by hand… That was hours of painting, hours of sculpting with paper clay, and just a whole lot of love put into those pieces,” says Cason.

 

This room is spared no expense or detail; from the stained glass decal to spellbook covers stuck onto old books to unique wand boxes, this space has it all. The couple now uses it for community and family events. Even when their loved ones think they couldn’t possibly get them something Potterish that they don’t have, the couple tells them otherwise. “I always tell them that’s not true,” says Cason. “There’s so much left to collect, but we’ll keep working on it.”

 

And we would like to know when we can move in, thanks.

 

Featured Image Via Today.