How to Get Accent Wall in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Now that the ACNH Update 2.0 has launched, a lot of players want to know how to get an accent wall in Animal Crossing New Horizons. It is one of the many new features that have been added, and so, of course, people are having trouble figuring some of the stuff out. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to show you how to get accent walls in ACNH.

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How to Get Accent Wall in Animal Crossing New Horizons

How to Get Accent Wall in ACNH – Animal Crossing

To get an accent wall in ACNH, or Animal Crossing New Horizon, you first need to get a Pro Decorating License. you get that by purchasing it from the Nook Stop vending machine for 2,500 Nook Miles. Next up, go into Decorating Mode and bring at least one wallpaper with you. Once in the room that you want to redecorate, press the directional button that takes you into Room Editing Mode. Choose which wall you want to be the accent wall by pressing the + button to toggle between them. Lastly, once you have selected your wall, press X to complete the process. You can repeat these same steps to change and / or remove your accent walls. Incidentally, you can use this same method to hang stuff like chandeliers and the like from the ceiling.

The whole thing with the Pro Decorating License is a whole new mechanic that the devs have added in the new Update 2.0. Now you know how to get an accent wall in Animal Crossing New Horizons, but there’s a ton more to sift through. There’s new crops to grow, ordinances to choose between, flour and sugar to make, and much more. We’ve covered a number of these new features in our guides, such as How to Get Flour and Sugar, Ordinance Choices – Beautiful Island, Bell Boom, Early Bird, Night Owl, and How to Get Crops and Vegetables.

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