How Harry Potter's Ron and Hermione Inspired Our Yin and Yang Pillowcases

It wasn't always this way. "'Whatever house I'm in, I hope she's not in it,' said Ron." and later, "Ron, however, was to be working with Hermione Granger. It was hard to tell whether Ron or Hermione was angrier about this." The clues were there  all along, but as the knockout best seller Harry Potter grew, it became clear that Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger were going to be inseparable, whether they wanted to be or not. Shop Yin and Yang 


Yin and yang are the essences of opposites- these two ideas revolve around each other, but attract to each other. Light and dark, warm and cold, creative and logical. Yin and yang in the home are stunningly powerful too. Checker tiles, dark flooring and white walls and moldings (as prescribed by Edith Wharton). 

We knew instantly that Snow White and Forged Iron were right for each other, but Patience is a virtue and it only took these two seven years to realize they needed each other. Indeed, Ron and Herimone are the perfect example of opposites attract: Exacting Hermione- always at the top of her game, ready with facts- and fumbling Ron: the red head hero, the master of messy, the art of craft.

Together, they worked perfectly- Ron always there in the knick of time, always ready to defend. Hermione- there to save Ron in a desperate moment, always able to figure out a solution. Together, totally unstoppable. They love each other for their pure differences. It’s magic.