In recent months, the developers of Animal Crossing: New Horizons have spent an inordinate amount of time decorating the interiors of houses rather than the exteriors of the structures they are creating. A tip from an Animal Crossing player who is well-known for being particularly inventive has been provided: the New Horizons fan should prove to be extremely useful, especially for those who like to make the most of every available square inch in the game world.
Fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizons devote a significant amount of time to becoming interior designers in order to create a Happy Home Paradise for themselves and their families. Characters in the game assume this role and construct homes for a variety of Villagers on vacation islands, which they can then resell to other players once they have completed their construction. When one of the game's adorable creatures is not assigned to a real-world building, such as a school or a hospital, the player will be tasked with the construction of an escape home for them. A little later in the game, the creature's true identity will be revealed. One of the most useful aspects of this customization is the use of partitions, which allows players to have greater creative freedom when customizing specific areas of their homes. One of the most useful aspects of this customization is the use of partitions. Partitions are one of the most useful aspects of this customization, and they are used extensively. It is common practice to use partitions in this customization because they are one of the most useful aspects of it.
It is a welcome addition to Animal Crossing: New Horizons that players can now construct walls within the rooms that they are customizing, which is a welcome addition to the game. A significant improvement over the previous system was the restriction placed on the players to only working within the confines of the room to which they had been assigned, which was a significant improvement over the previous system. Instead of one large area, rooms can now be divided into two sections, resulting in two smaller areas rather than one large area, as opposed to the previous situation, in which there was only one large space. A wide range of options are available as a result, and while many people prefer to place partitions in the center of a room, there are advantages to placing them closer to one of the room's perimeter walls. Using these online ACNH items in the game, as demonstrated by Redditor Ancient_Research7, it is possible to create player walk-in closets for your characters.
The character of an unidentified Redditor can be seen on the right-hand side of the room, peering into a bedroom on the opposite wall. The player in Animal Crossing: New Horizons appears to enjoy dressing up in posh outfits, as evidenced by a large rug, several large windows, and a few pieces of clothing strategically placed throughout the room in the game. The fact that they have a walk-in closet is an excellent justification for them wanting one, and that is precisely what they will receive as a result of the partition being installed in their room. Throughout the closet, there are racks and shelves crammed full of clothing, in addition to a scattering of hats and shirts from various seasons scattered throughout the room.
A particularly nice touch that Ancient_Research7's Animal Crossing: New Leaf has incorporated into his game is the inclusion of a map of the world map. It is a particularly nice feature of this space that there are several different walls in the bedroom and walk-in closet, which is a feature of the New Horizons design. Because of this, it appears that the partitioned portion of the room is a completely separate section of the house, when in fact it is not. A large window spans the entire length of the closet wall, in contrast to the entire length of the bedroom wall, which is completely covered with large windows. An anonymous Redditor named seekingssri claimed to have discovered the secret to accomplishing the feat in the comments section of the original post. It appears to the player that there are two additional partitions in the room, which appear to cover the back and left walls of the room, respectively, according to his observations.
Although it has long been emphasized the importance of placing decorations outside of houses, I believe it is encouraging to see that the premium DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is expanding on other aspects of customization. This walk-in closet may be worth recreating for those who enjoy the clothing in the game for their own personal use and enjoyment, if the game's clothing is something you enjoy.