As it is, the Happy Home Paradise DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is pretty robust. It already has a lot of decoration features that will help you decorate villagers homes’ like a pro but some players have taken the interior designing to a whole new level.

One particular feature is the accent wall. This feature allows players to decorate one wall in a room with a different wallpaper to the other three walls. It is a very nifty feature on it’s own but when using the accent wall with what I like to call “exterior wallpapers” (like the rice paddy field, rainforest, etc.), It can feel a little disjointed from the rest of the room. Fortunately, some players have come up with creative ways to make these wallpapers look more “natural” by using certain items to create patio windows or “French doors”.

Basically, you can use a particular wall-mounted item called “Glow-in-the-dark” stickers and customize them with designs that you have created or downloaded. You can use these to make window panes and doors to create the visual effect of windows and french doors looking out onto a beautiful vista. To further add to the illusion, you can use pillars and partition walls as well.

A couple of good examples of these visual effect designs can be found in the following YouTube video by Katie on Calla Cove. The finish product of these designs are truly exceptional and rather straightforward to do.

Will you be using some of these design tricks? Do let us know in the comments.

Source: Katie on Calla Cove (YouTube)

By Mike Scorpio

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