The Animal Crossing Bells franchise has always been about creating an idyllic space your own. What this implies will probably be entirely different for each participant. A number of us are very happy to postpone paying those dwelling loans as long as you can, pouring every Bell into customizing and designing the town/island itself. For others, the opposite is true.Whether you have ended an amazing and unique island design or you have not, it's time to set your sights on your own house.
While others are entirely indifferent about, the Home Academy is just one element of the game that some fans like. To put it differently, they rate the overall décor each Saturday of your home, which means that you will be given a letter from them with your'test' each weekend. Among the major factors the HHA considers is fitting furniture pieces. Matching sets score very highly, so consider trying to complete sets (which could be simpler during special events such as Bunny Day). Even in the event that you disregard the HHA's arbitrary'principles,' complete furniture collections --with all the matching wallpaper and flooring-- just look organized and neat, stream perfectly, and exude each Animal Crossing fan's internal obsessive collector.
You have probably applied the real life fundamentals of feng shui before, if you're a Animal Crossing interior designer. Here's how it works: Feng Shui is the art of positioning and choosing parts of furniture, in a way that permits positive energy to enter and flow round the house. Since the Animal Crossing Wiki describes this brings fortune and prosperity to those who live in the home, and this translated into the participant's"luck with finding Bells or items" (but only the principal room of the home was changed ).
Sadly, Animal Crossing New Horizons did away with this benefit, but the concept still applies in the game (and boosts your HHA score, in any room in the home this time around). Put simply, what you have to do is accumulate'points' by matching the colors of your furniture above. Some items have several colors (the Watermelon Table,'' for instance, is both green and red ), so'double matching' squares are worth double points.
Players are free to ignore the HHA's scoring, as we've mentioned. Animal Crossing is all about indulging your own unique taste and artistic flair. Still, a lot the matters that score highly (like simply maintaining your furniture facing the ideal way in a space ) are completely intuitive.As we have pointed out from our exhaustive guide to HHA scoring, there are different factors that truly benefit the overall design of a home, whether you are pursuing those HHA points or not. Elevation (items in addition to tables or on walls are far more points than those place on the ground ) is an important matter to consider. Themed items which are not specifically of the same set (like ones which use cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Ticket blossoms or the various parts of fruit furniture) work really well too.