With Tortimer’s Floral Fancy event finished and January well underway, I thought it was about time I showed you my harmonious themed Campsite, as well as my zen camper and my cabin, too.
I really love the zen theme in Animal Crossing- in fact I have a whole zen town, Yokohama, that I’ve yet to share on this blog as it’s not quite finished yet! I really wanted to go all out with the harmonious theme and really make my Campsite extra special to chase those January blues away.
The campsite has two amenities- a level 5 Redd’s Shrine, and a level 5 Harmonious Fountain. As well as these, I have the bamboo middle ground and the autumnal plank decking.
I also decided to divide the camp into two sides- the left is a cozy Japanese-styled living area featuring wall dividers, cushions and the katana displays from Tortimer’s event, a bench from Gladys’ camellia cookie and a kotatsu I’d already crafted.
On the right side of the camp is a lovely zen-style water garden. I was very lucky to get the arched bridge from the cookie, and I think it goes perfectly with the red colours of the shrine in the background.
Moving on to my camper van, the ground floor is another zen living area featuring a pink kokatsu that I’d crafted previously, as well as the golden cushions from the event and some more exotic themed furniture. I think the goldfish bowl in the background just finishes off the whole look of the room!
I was a bit stuck at first as to how I should decorate the upstairs of my camper, but I went with more of an explorer theme than just a zen one. Lots of books scatter the room and a classic bed and clock really give the room that cozy feel.
Last but not least is my cabin! I went a little bit over the top here trying to fit as much harmonious themed furniture in here as possible to create the look of a tea room. I think I succeeded! I love how the paper lanterns look-I think they’re one of my favourite pieces of furniture in the whole game.
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What do you think? Please let me know in the comments below! How do you have your Campsite styled for January?