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This Nursery Is Every 'Harry Potter'-Loving Parent's Dream

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An Illinois couple created a "Harry Potter"-themed nursery so impressive, we're pretty sure they're secretly wizards.

Parents Casey and Kaycee Daniel (yes, you read that right) enlisted 3-D artist Nate Baranowski, who completed the magical room for 7-month-old Finley in just five days.

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Everything in the nursery looks like it belongs in Hogwarts. Just look at that fantastic window mural. (Tip: We found a Maurader's Map pillow like the one they used. You're welcome.)

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And those house banners? We thought they were real at first but swear they're painted!

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AND this wall of portraits?! It's detailed AF and looks as if it could come to life, just like in the movies! Dumbledore would be proud.

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Finley is one lucky baby who is destined to be a Potterhead, thanks to his dad. When Casey found out his wife was pregnant, all the "Harry Potter" fan wanted was a HP-themed nursery.

“But I didn’t want to do something cheesy, so I was thinking in my mind we could do more like a generic castle," mom Kaycee told ABC News. "He was showing me some ideas on Pinterest and I was slowly coming around to the idea and finally said, ‘OK, I could come around to this.’”

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And we're so glad she did. Because as Kaycee's viral Facebook photo posts show, the world is craving more magic. And even if you don't know what a muggle is, it doesn't take much to appreciate the genius of 3-D painting. Parents can transform a space entirely without having to worry about baby-proofing decorations.

Because, oh man, do we wish we could just wave a wand to baby-proof everything.

Photographs by Kristi Lee

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