Which Is It: Harry Potter Spell or Ikea Furniture?

Isadora Teich

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About This Quiz

IKEA is a Swedish-founded multinational group that is known for designing and selling home accessories, kitchen appliances, and various types of furniture that buyers can assemble on their own. Founded over 75 years ago, the company is one of the world's largest furniture retailers in the world.

Apart from being known for their environmental friendly pieces, the company is also famous for the unique names that they give to their pieces. Being that the company is from Sweden, some strange names are expected, but not to the level where it is difficult to pronounce. Some of the pieces' names are so out of the box that many people have likened them to spells from the Harry Potter universe and recommend the use of a wand when attempting to say it.

If you were given different names, would you be able to tell if it was the name of a piece of furniture from IKEA or if it was a spell from Harry Potter? Well, this quiz was designed to test just that. Will it reveal that you are a Harry Potter fan or will it show that you need to do some more work in that department? Test your knowledge to find out!

Tillreda

Furniture. This is a refrigerator sold by Ikea.

Lumos

Spell. This spell makes a beam of light shoot from the caster's wand. It lets them light up the darkness.

Nesna

Furniture. This is a nightstand that Ikea sells.

Savern

Furniture. The Savern is a trash can available at Ikea.

Ullkaktus

Furniture. These cushions from Ikea come in several colors.

Reparo

Spell. Known as The Mending Charm, this spell is used to restore and repair broken objects.

Forvara

Furniture. This is the name of a drawer style sold at Ikea.

Eldblomma

Furniture. This cushion cover is sold at Ikea.

Hovnas

Furniture. This refers to both a floor lamp and a table lamp sold at Ikea.

Billsta

Furniture. Several types of tables sold at Ikea have this name.

Anno Sanela

Furniture. This is a panel curtain.

Vikare

Furniture. This is the name of a guardrail that can be attached to the side of a child's bed.

Knislinge

Furniture. This is the name of a love seat, sectional and sofa available at Ikea.

Laiva

Furniture. This is a bookcase.

Reducto

Spell. This spell can either break or disintegrate objects.

Admete

Furniture. This is a foam chair pad.

Firande

Furniture. This name is given to both a bowl and a vase at Ikea.

Incendio

Spell. This spell creates fire.

Zamioculcas

Furniture. This potted plant is sold at Ikea.

Accio

Spell. This spell is used by the caster to summon objects.

Portus

Spell. This spell turns any object into a port-key.

Protego

Spell. This spell acts as a shield from minor curses and reflects them back onto the attacker or in other directions.

Vitmossa

Furniture. This fleece throw blanket can be used for living room decor.

Defodio

Spell. Known as The Gouging Spell, it lets the caster take chunks out of a victim.

Muffliato

Spell. This spell fills the victim's ears with buzzing sounds so they can't hear what is happening around them.

Lundamo

Furniture. This is a mirror sold at Ikea.

Bombarda

Spell. It is used to create small explosions.

Vera Verto

Spell. This spell transforms animals into water goblets.

Aberto

Spell. It is used to open doors and windows.

Chamaedorea Elegans

Furniture. This is the name of a potted plant sold at Ikea.

Waddiwasi

Spell. This spell makes small objects fly through the air.

Orbis

Spell. This spell sucks the victim into the ground.

Glisseo

Spell. This spell makes the steps on a staircase turn into a slide.

Rickarum

Furniture. This is a stylish table lamp.

Tarantallegra

Spell. This spell forces the victim's legs to dance against their will.

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