It's a large, circular space with beautiful arched windows that interrupt the walls, which are draped in blue and bronze silks, and a dark blue carpet covered with stars that reflects off the domed ceiling. Blue tables, seats, and a divan are used to decorate the space. A large fireplace dominates one wall, but there are also several other smaller fires burning merrily away.
As you enter the room, you see that it is already crowded with students dancing or talking quietly between sips of tea or wine. The atmosphere is happy yet quite serious. No doubt this is what makes it such a popular place for students to visit and catch up with friends.
You may even meet some old friends here if you just happen to arrive at the house party during its opening hours. However, be careful - not everyone who enters the room wants to have fun! Some people come to Ravenclaw just to cause trouble...
Now, about the appearance of Ravenclaw House itself: It's a huge building with bright colors that stand out even on campus map. Located near Hufflepuff's lake and Sorting Hat Shops, this is where many of your favorite characters from the series work or hang out when they're not teaching at Hogwarts.
Ravenclaw has two floors with various rooms on each floor. On the first floor, you'll find the kitchen, dining room, library, and workshops.
The Ravenclaw Common Room is one of Hogwarts' lightest rooms. A huge bookcase full of books on magic and mythical creatures lines one wall.
In addition to the Star-Chamber, which is directly opposite it, the Ravenclaw Common Room is used for important meetings and parties. Its decorations are always elegant but not overly extravagant.
Both the Gryffindor and Slytherin common rooms are larger than the Ravenclaw room. They're also less formal in style, being filled with furniture that is more comfortable for students to sit in while talking or playing games.
Cabin interior Zeus' Cabin is characterized as a white marble box with huge, white columns in front. This is the largest and heaviest of the cabins. It features polished bronze doors with lightning bolts running along them that shimmer like holograms. When opened, these doors reveal a grand staircase that leads to an upper deck where you can enjoy a view of all 7 continents from up there.
The cabin itself is about 12 feet long, 6 feet wide, and 8 feet high. There is room for two people inside but only one at a time. You can sleep in a bed that rolls out from beneath the window for much-needed privacy or sit on plush red chairs that match the decor if you want to watch a movie together on a large screen TV that sticks out from another wall.
In addition to water and food, the Zeus cabin also has basic amenities such as a toilet and shower. However, since it's not possible to stay in this cabin for very long due to its size, some travelers say they feel uncomfortable using the bathroom with nothing between them and outside world except a glass door!
For those who prefer their privacy, there is also a secret compartment underneath the cabin that can be accessed by pulling a lever on the floor. This lowers a ladder down into the hole which leads to a tunnel that goes under the fence surrounding the property.