Calling all wizards (and definitely not any muggles): these are the best Harry Potter Christmas decorations, including ornaments, stockings, a wreath, lights, an advent calendar, a tree skirt, a train set, snow globe, and MORE!
First, I share my favorites, then I share even more of the best Harry Potter Christmas decorations for the biggest fans. Many of them can be used beyond Christmas!
Best Harry Potter Christmas Decorations
This plush Harry Potter ornament is so sweet I may add it to my own Christmas wish list:
And, since this is primarily a book blog, I can’t help but highlight this Hallmark ornament of the Harry Potter books:
Pottery Barn is known for its classic Christmas stockings, and these velvet stockings come in all four Hogwarts houses and can be monogrammed:
This Hot Topic Hogwarts wreath is the perfect mix of traditional holiday style with Harry Potter flair:
I adore these cozy Pottery Barn “golden snitch” strung lights. They would look perfect in a kid’s bedroom or playroom even after Christmas:
Count down to Christmas in the Great Hall with this traditional advent calendar. It’s filled with 25 keepsakes, which can be used as ornaments to decorate the pop-up tree. And you can learn about Christmas at Hogwarts with a softcover booklet tucked inside, with behind-the-scenes details of the movies:
This gilded Harry Potter themed tree skirt is a real stand out piece:
This Harry Potter train set can be both a Christmas decoration and a toy. I picture it under a small themed Harry Potter tree!:
This Hogwarts snow globe makes me feel so cozy! It can be displayed all Winter too:
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