This family turned their driveway into Diagon Alley and it's just magical
Talk about enchanting.
There's all kinds of ways to decorate for the holidays. Whether you prefer to go minimalistic or all out, there's no denying that this family's decor is truly magical.
With Halloween having come and gone, and Christmas only just around the corner, Seattle-based Twitter user @dummaloop seriously upped his decoration game for both celebrations.
The dad, whose muggle name is Jonathan Chambers, spent months creating the spellbinding installation with the help of some nearby pals.
— Cyndy Eng-Dinsel (@iheartagile) October 26, 2017
It all began when he asked his youngest daughter what the coolest way to decorate for Halloween would be, and she responded, "Diagon Alley", though not entirely believing her dad would make it happen, according to local news outlet KOMO News.
— Jonathan Chambers (@dummaloop) November 3, 2017
He explained to the publication that he had just left his job, deciding to use the time focusing on the magical project before going back into the workforce.
— Jonathan Chambers (@dummaloop) October 28, 2017
"It's obviously gotten way bigger than I planned, 'cause the community came together donated supplies people are here all the time helping out."
And while the decorations were initially meant to be for Halloween, Chambers' Diagon Alley will remain open until Christmas time.
— 𝔱 𝔦 𝔪 𝔢 𝔰 𝔠 𝔞 𝔫 𝔫 𝔢 𝔯 (@timescanner) November 1, 2017
The replica of the Harry Potter shop district for wizards and witches includes a number of the biggest shops from the series, as well as a secret wall.
The endeavour has drawn a fair amount of attention since it first opened on fright night, with a number of trick-or-treaters captivated by the design.
Donations are being collected for Pancreatic Cancer Research.