How to Move & Rotate Furniture in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing New Horizons furniture is, of course, the useful and neat stuff that you keep in your house, which you can move around and rotate if you’re not happy with where you placed it in the first place. Unfortunately, the game doesn’t really make it clear what you have to do to spin and move your stuff in ACNH. Well, that’s exactly what we’ll be showing you in our How to Move & Rotate Furniture in Animal Crossing New Horizons guide.

How to Move & Rotate Furniture in Animal Crossing New Horizons
How to Move & Rotate Furniture in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing New Horizons Furniture – How to Rotate & Move?

To rotate and move your furniture in Animal Crossing New Horizons, you have to approach the piece you want to interact with. Press and hold A to grab it. Then, move your left analog stick towards or away from the piece to push and pull it, respectively. To rotate it, move the left analog stick to the sides. What do I mean by to the sides? well, let’s take the image above as an example. If we’re grabbing the cot like that, we need to move the stick up or down to rotate it. It’s pretty simple, really.

Later on, when you manage to upgrade your tent to a house, you can move your stuff around much more easily. Namely, if you push down on the d-pad in the house, you’ll get a cursor that you can use to grab your furniture. Simply hover over the piece you want and hold A to pick it up and move it around. Tapping A is going to rotate it, and Y will place it in storage. And that’s basically all that you need to know about this stuff.

If you need more help with this game, feel free to check out some of our other Animal Crossing New Horizons guides. To name just a few, we’ve got How to Get Star Fragments & Magic Wand, Daisy Mae & Turnip, and How to Catch Wasps & Earn 2500 Bells.

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