Love the ACNH CottageCore aesthetic? Here are some amazing ideas to get started.
If any year deserves to be remembered for all the time we spent on our virtual islands, it’s 2020. Now that Halloween is over you may be getting ready to settle into that gorgeous fall aesthetic. Spruce up your island with these hardcore ‘cottagecore’ ideas to take wilderness living to the extreme.
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10. ACNH CottageCore – Island Market
Create a cozy space on your island for your visitors to swap items, bells, and clothing for a nifty aesthetic. This creator has made clever use of the in-game log benches and cardboard boxes to create a flea market appeal. The market signs are custom designs with a creator code you can find on our ACNH signs page.
Some of the patterns used on the stalls in this image are also custom. You can find some amazing ACNH stall patterns in our guide on creating nifty giveaway areas on your island.
9. ACNH Island Barn
Give your ACNH island an amazing Barn aesthetic with these creator codes. The in-game hay bales, barrels, and barbed wire fence really set off this look. Mix that with dirt and grass and the brick silos and you’ve got a real horse barn going on. One good addition might be the duck decoys that people use to create ponds.
Creator Code: MA-8106-9516-3993
8. CottageCore Flower Garden
This gorgeous cottagecore-inspired flower garden makes great use of in-game items and custom patterns to create a unique look. Much of the game’s indoor shrubbery and plants feature in a garden with a custom brick floor pattern. A mushroom table, bamboo bench, and a log bench lend a rustic feel to this cottagecore garden.
Creator Code: ACNH Floor Patterns
7. ACNH CottageCore – Old-Fashioned Laundry
Listen, when you moved to the island and decided to adopt the rustic way of life, you didn’t bring no stinkin’ washing machine with you. Instead, you’ve got a few buckets, barrels, and washtubs to get all your laundry looking spiffy. Stretching the area out by a river is a nice touch for those who want the pioneer aesthetic on their island.
Most everything featured in this screenshot is in the game already. If you want the cute little board path, be sure to check out our ACNH path patterns article.
6. ACNH Pottery Studio
Liven up your island life with a pottery studio using some of the in-game items. The ironwood oven and table set is a great companion to any studio you set up on your island. Dig the ivy-draped stall pattern you see in the pic? Be sure to check out these great ACNH stall patterns that can round out your pottery collection.
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5. Drawing Nook
Want a relaxing little nook on your island with plenty of charm? Use some of those fakes you secured from Redd to turn a corner of your island into an artist’s paradise. You can find some unique and creative ideas for ACNH rugs like the one in the picture above from creators across the globe.
4. ACNH CottageCore – Kitchen
Of course, your island isn’t the only thing that needs a good ACNH cottagecore makeover. There are plenty of ideas for the rooms in your house, including this cute little kitchen by a creator named Laura. Many of the items you see are in-game, but the table cloth does feature a custom pattern.
3. ACNH CottageCore – Witch Hut
Ready to give up on modern society and retire into the woods like a forest witch? Take some inspirations from this Witch Hut and turn your Animal Crossing house into a cozy space to relax. Hey, the world may be on fire and burning down – but at least your island is cute. Check out these Animal Crossing patterns for unique pillow ideas.
You can create a natural bathing area on your island’s beach that goes well with the cottagecore aesthetic. Check out the above creation by Emberbell, who has lots of unique ideas on her island. The custom brick pattern featured in this image is also available in our ACNH path patterns post.
1. CottageCore Paths
One of the best ways to give your island a great cottagecore aesthetic is by checking out some of the great user-created paths. The Animal Crossing community has such amazing, talented members who create wonderful patterns to use. You can find the stone path above in our Animal Crossing patterns post.
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