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In New Horizons, furniture can either be crafted on the workbench, bought from Nook's Cranny , or ordered from the Nook Stop catalog. Furniture may also be found by shaking trees or by obtaining balloon presents, though the items are always random. Island residents may also give the player furniture.
Tools, fossils, bugs, fish, clothing, and music may also be placed as furniture items. Clothing may be placed on a mannequin or hung on a wall. Music can be placed as a picture frame on the ground and table or on the wall. Some wall-mounted furniture such as wreaths and doorplates may also be placed on the door of the player's house. Wall items can also be placed even if there's another furniture in front of the wall.
Furniture in New Horizons consists of multiple categories: housewares, miscellaneous, wall-mounted, wallpaper, floors, and rugs.
Furniture can be used to improve your island rating, and can also be traded to friends.
List of furniture
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Variations and customization
Furniture may have a number of variations that will show up in the player's catalog at the Nook Stop. Many furniture items have variations that cannot be customized and must be found or bought to obtain. Variations of crafted furniture are considered both a variation and a customization option since the variations are unobtainable except through customization. Some furniture may have a non-customizable variation, but another part such as the design or pattern on the item is customizable. Customization that can include a Custom Design is not considered a variation and will not show up as such in the player's catalog, even the included presets.
Customizing an item requires the player to first take part in Tom Nook's customization workshop to unlock the feature. Tom Nook will give the player the recipe for the wooden wardrobe and ask the player to customize it. He will also hand the player 50 customization kits. Customizing an item costs a variable amount of customization kits depending on the item being customized.
For images of variations and customization options, see the individual item pages.