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J.K. Rowling actually wrote and published a version of "Fantastic Beasts" for us muggles to read. The 88-page book is an encyclopedia of creatures, with a foreword from Dumbledore himself.

10 magical creatures you might see in the new 'Harry Potter' prequel

J.K. Rowling actually wrote and published a version of "Fantastic Beasts" for us muggles to read. The 88-page book is an encyclopedia of creatures, with a foreword from Dumbledore himself.

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Black And Cream Woven Throw

Black And Cream Woven Throw | Introducing #Hygge – our favourite new excuse to snuggle under a chunky knit with a cup of cocoa. Pronounced “hooga”, this Danish trend is all about embracing cosiness and enjoying the good things in life surrounded by your favourite people. That definitely sounds like something we can get on board with.

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A fan of The Infernal Devices series found this in London on Blackfriars Bridge. This is so beautiful. (Via malecisbeautiful and MundieMoms Tumblr, Twitter). "This marks the place that Tessa Gray and Jem Castairs met annually between 1875 and 2008 as told in the books 'The Infernal Devices'. This is definitely crying material- just thinking back to those last moments in Clockwork Princess.

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Caution Dress...next time your house is turned into a crime scene, you should definitely hang on to that tape. Everyone girl needs to be draped in material that says "do not cross" at some point in their lives, right?

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His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman. Fantasy. Okay - so no surprises here! But these books are just fabulous - definitely challenging for a struggling reader and at the upper end of the 7-13 age group - I would say a confident reader aged from 10 to 100!

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Marble flooring from Antolini at 100% Design. The ultimate definition of luxury via IG: @lgidesigns

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Top Architects

A perfect example of good architecture not in a building:: Zaha Hadid Designs a Superyacht for shipbuilding company Blohm+Voss, reaching 128 meters in length, and a supporting structure resembling the organic ecosystem below. The form appears dynamic, resembling the flow of water. Paired with the clear, clean, and white coated aesthetics, this yacht fits right in with the water in which it glides across.

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