Animal Crossing: New Horizons Diaries #4

It’s day 4, and I’ve unlocked item customization! Item customization opens up so many possibilities, and I’m really excited to get experimenting.

The bridge I plotted a spot for has now been full constructed. It’s so convenient, especially since it’s located right in front of Nook’s Cranny.

Audie moved in today, into a lovely light blue house, and next to the garden furniture and bird bath.

After traveling to several mystery islands yesterday with the same fruit (cherries) and flowers (windflowers), the first island I went to today was a bamboo island! Of course I brought back a lot of bamboo and a couple bamboo sprouts to plant.

Now that I’ve spent a lot of time on my own island, I think I’ve decided where I will eventually move my house.

It’s on the second layer up with the beach a little to the east and a waterfall on the other side of the cliffs. I still have to decide on its exact placement, but I’m pretty sure it’ll be in the confines of the screenshot above.

Now onto some customization. I’ve got a little bonfire area where I’ve placed customized, orange wood log benches.

This cherry lamp has been customized to a black cherry color.

The potted ivy above the window has multiple customization options, including this gorgeous red leaf one. I’ve decided that one of my rooms, probably the left room, is going to be a plant room.

My friend sent me that lovely apple chair.

Each day, more and more options become available, and it’s amazing to see how personal islands can get. I’m just as excited to see everyone else’s islands grow as I am to work on my own. Happy crafting!

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5 thoughts on “Animal Crossing: New Horizons Diaries #4

  1. Animal Crossing is the perfect game to escape everything else going on right now. I was pretty satisfied with the mic stand I picked up for my living room and also really like how my little beach relaxation area has turned out with my campfire, hammock, and soup kettle 🔥🛏🥘. Other than that, I’ve been mostly fishing and running around hoarding all the tree branches and seashells I can pick up.

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