After a hard day of studying, Gryffindor students may unwind in the common room, which was a circular chamber. It was crammed with squashy couches, tables, and a bulletin board with school announcements, adverts, and lost posters, among other things. The common area was decked in various colors of red, which represented the home. Gryffindors were known to be lively and energetic, so it is no surprise that this room is full of life.
The Ravenclaw room is similar to the Gryffindor room, but instead of couches, it has chairs around a large table. This room serves as the place where Ravenclaws can study or talk in long discussions.
The Hufflepuff room is the smallest of the three rooms. It contains just a single couch. At first glance, this room might not seem that important, but it actually plays an important role in the Harry Potter story. The Hogwarts library is located here. So are the staff offices. This room is always empty except for the once mentioned couch.
Common area A "common room" is a lounge space shared by all students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Each residence has its own. The common rooms are furnished in home colors and have fireplaces and sitting spaces. They also contain bookcases with shelves filled with books.
Students eat their meals in the Great Hall, which is open to the sky for ventilation. There are tables set up under canopies for each house group. The kitchens are located on the first floor near the entrance to the castle. Other facilities such as shops, laboratories, and offices are located on the same level as the Great Hall and common rooms.
Hogwarts is a very large school; there are more rooms than students. Each student is allowed a personal room if they want one. Some students share rooms with friends, while others have roommates who do not know about them being a witch or wizard. No one complains about sharing rooms because everyone knows how hard it is to get into Hogwarts in the first place.
There are also several other non-student-occupied buildings at Hogwarts. The Owlery is where the Care of Magical Creatures teachers live and work. It is an old building on the edge of the Forbidden Forest. The forest is protected by protective spells so animals cannot be brought in but any animal that wants to can enter.
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Gryffindor Tower, which includes the Gryffindor Common Room and dormitories, is the residential accommodations for Gryffindor House students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. With general, it was decorated in various tones of crimson and gold. A picture of a lion decorated the fireplace mantle (associated with the house).
The tower has seven floors, not including the roof. On the first two floors are the common rooms and kitchens for all four houses. The third floor is where the students' bedrooms are located. The fourth floor contains the library and study rooms. The fifth floor is where the teachers live and work. The sixth floor is mainly storage space; there are also several bathrooms on this level. The seventh floor is completely empty.
Gryffindor's mascot is a lion. The word "Gryffindor" originates from a wizarding family who lived in South Wales during the 11th century. They were known as "Godry Fi ddwr Prydain" which translates to "the great warriors of Welsh mythology."
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Professor Trelawney sees evidence that Lavender Brown and Peter Pettigrew are dating. She claims this is because girls don't usually date boys from other houses.
In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Professor McGonagall tells Harry that he has been invited to join the Ravenclaw House Council.