Fantastic Furniture and Where to Find It: Shop PB Teen’s New Collection

For all those who saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and fell in love with the wizarding world of 1920, you’re in luck. Pottery Barn Teen has just released a new collection of Fantastic Beasts-themed room decor, and it’s simply magical.

Each piece is based on the production design of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. The colors and symbols are all inspired by the wizarding world itself and by the Art Deco designs of the 1920s. You can deck out your room with a Nagini mirror or place your books on a shelf that looks just like Newt’s case!

Check out the whole collection below and at Pottery Barn Teen, along with its previous Harry Potter series.



Press Release

Assortment now available at Pottery Barn Teen

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 29, 2019)Pottery Barn Teen, a member of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM) portfolio of brands, today unveils a home décor collection full of spellbinding designs inspired by the enchanting world of the Fantastic Beasts film series. The collection of over 30 pieces features hand-drawn prints and iconic symbols from the beloved [w]izarding [w]World available exclusively at Pottery Barn Teen.

Artfully translated into bedding, decorative accessories and lighting, the films’ signature creatures, such as the phoenix, moth, snake and raven, appear in a luxurious color palette of mystical greys, blues and metallics. Staying true to the 1920’s [sic] setting seen in the Fantastic Beasts film series, the collection is designed with [A]rt [D]eco-inspired details and striking silhouettes. Adding a dash of [D]ark magic, the Nagini Mirror features the likeness of Lord Voldemort’s deadly snake companion surrounded by intricate etching. Rounding out the collection, the Magical Spells Table Lamp depicts a hand and wand leading to an orb-shaped light, and the Art Nouveau Jewelry Holder features luxe gilded detailing.

“We are excited to share our Fantastic Beasts collection,” said Allison Spampanato, Senior Vice President of Product Development, Pottery Barn Teen. “Our in-house atelier partnered with Warner Bros. to create pieces that perfectly blend true-to-film design details with Pottery Barn Teen’s expertise in home furnishings. The collection brings an elevated design point-of-view [sic] to the [w]izarding [w]orld for fans of all ages.”

To learn more about the collaboration, visit and join the conversation on social media with @PotteryBarnTeen.


Gayané Kaligian

Gayane has been writing about Harry Potter since the fourth grade, when she wrote her first five-paragraph essay on why Percy Weasley’s buffoonery could have led to Voldemort winning. These days, she’s still talking about the Weasley brothers, but it’s mostly about how overlooked Charlie is. In her free time, you can find her researching stunt choreography and geeking out over theater.