Change House Appearance Disney Dreamlight Valley

The option to change the house appearance in Disney Dreamlight Valley is a new mechanic added to the game, so of course, players want to know how to use it. Well, don’t worry, we are here to help. The system is actually pretty simple once you know what to do, and you can use it at pretty much any time. So, here’s how to change the appearance of your house in Dreamlight Valley.

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Change House Appearance Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Change House Appearance in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To change the appearance of your house in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you first have to go into the world-editing mode. You know, the screen where you can move buildings around and whatnot. You can do so by going into your inventory, scrolling down to the Furniture tab, and then backing out of it. However you do it, the next step is to hover the cursor over your house. In the bottom right corner, you’ll see the Replace button. Hit that, and you’ll get to choose the new look of your home. Keep in mind that this only changes the outside of the house. By default, you have several different color schemes to pick from.

And there you go, that’s how you change the appearance of your Disney Dreamlight Valley house. Now, there are more exotic looks you can go with, such as Cinderella’s castle, but the palace is in the new Premium Shop. It costs the equivalent of about sixteen bucks American, which is… pretty costly, to say the least. That’s not a microtransaction, that’s a full-size transaction. I would personally discourage dropping that kind of cash on a glorified skin, but hey, you do you. Just know that you can use the same process to apply the palace cosmetic once you obtain it and fully upgrade your house.

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