"As long as they stay out of the dungeon, they can get bored all they like. I'm certainly not letting them stay here without me present and I really don't care about what they do with the rest of the castle. They are someone else's headache, and I think I might enjoy watching that show down," he said with a smirk. The idea of Potter versus Potter amused him to no end.
"The Ravenclaw tower is off limits. There are plenty of spells down here and Hufflepuffs are Hufflepuffs. You can't expect them to mistrust anyone. So basically, it's all normal," he said, with a laugh. "I don't know about the people with their own rooms, but I think you underestimate them if you think that they haven't put spells up since they don't have portraits. I mean I don't know for sure, but the Malfoys, Greyback, the Potters? I feel that there might be more security that you think."
Regulus smiled, before leaning in for a kiss. "How fortuitous, since you're my favourite person." Any declaration of affection had to wait at the prospect of discussing a house, because he'd been dying to create a real home. "We should decide what rooms we want. Since Potter is handing over our books and I can't imagine that Sirius will care if I take them or not, I was thinking a full library, maybe on the personal side of the house, that would leave us with three rooms. I'm not sure what to do with them. On the public side, I was thinking a formal dining room, a formal sitting room, a guest room or two maybe. What else do we want there? Maybe a potion room."