Animal Crossing: New Horizons' developers have recently spent an disproportionate amount of time decorating the interiors of houses rather than the exteriors of the buildings. Because of this, a tip from an especially creative Animal Crossing player has been provided: "The New Horizons fan should prove to be extremely useful, especially for those who like to make the most of every room."
The primary reason that Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans devote so much time to being interior designers is to create a Happy Home Paradise for themselves and their families. Player characters take on this role and construct homes for various Villagers on vacation islands, which they can then sell to other players. When not tasked with the construction of actual buildings, such as schools and hospitals, the player will be tasked with the construction of an escape home for one of the game's adorable creatures, which will be revealed later in the game. 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.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons now includes the ability to build walls inside the rooms that players are customizing, which is a welcome addition. Players were previously restricted to working within the confines of the room to which they were assigned, which was a significant improvement. They can now divide rooms into two sections, resulting in two smaller areas rather than one large one, rather than one large one, as opposed to before. The result is a wide range of choices, and while many people prefer to locate partitions in the center of a room, there are advantages to positioning them closer to one of the walls. Player walk-in closets, as demonstrated by Redditor Ancient_Research7, can be created with the help of these Animal Crossing items.
On the right-hand side of the room, there is a bedroom, into which the Redditor's character can be seen looking through the window. 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. This gives them an excellent justification for wanting a walk-in closet, which is precisely what they get as a result of installing the partition in their room. Taking a look inside the closet reveals racks and shelves crammed full of clothing, as well as a variety of hats and shirts strewn about the room.
It's a particularly nice touch that Ancient_Research7's Animal Crossing: New Horizons design has a variety of different walls in the bedroom and walk-in closet, which is a particularly nice detail. This gives the impression that the partitioned portion of the room is a completely separate section of the house. However, unlike the bedroom, where the entire wall is covered with large windows, the closet is devoid of any windows. According to the comments section of the post, redditor seekingssri had figured out the secret to pulling this off successfully. According to the player, there appear to be two additional partitions in the room, which cover the back and left walls, respectively.
It is encouraging to see that the premium DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is expanding on other aspects of customization, as it has always been important to place decorations outside of houses. For those who enjoy the game's clothing, it's possible that this walk-in closet will be worth recreating for themselves.