Animal Crossing: New Horizons: How to get storage sheds

Learn how to get storage sheds in Animal Crossing: New Horizons so you can access your inventory outside of your home!

Animal Crossing storage sheds are a new addition to New Horizons following the 2.0 update. This item allows you to access your home’s internal storage while outside of your house, but unlocking it requires some work. Here’s how to get storage sheds in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

How to get storage sheds

Animal Crossing New Horizons how to get storage sheds
 
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Before you can get storage sheds in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you must fully upgrade your house and then pay for expanded storage. All of this can be done by speaking with Tom Nook at the Residents Services center. Expanding your storage to the maximum will cost an up-front fee of 500,000 Bells, which is pretty expensive if you haven’t been playing the turnip market. 

Once you’ve upgraded your house and expanded your storage, you’ll find two Storage sheds available at the Nook Stop by redeeming your Nook Miles. Open this shop menu and you can scroll down to find a Storage Shed next to the ABD at the bottom of the Items list you can order. In addition, you’ll find the recipe for a wooden storage shed available to purchase from the DIY recipes tab.

Animal Crossing New Horizons storage sheds guide
 
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The wooden storage shed will cost you the following resources:

  • Wood x 30
  • Hardwood x 30
  • Softwood x 30
  • Iron nugget x 10

You’ll be able to craft the wooden storage shed immediately, but it’ll take a day for the standard version you ordered to arrive at your home. Place your storage sheds outside in a position you often pass or find you want to change your inventory. This should make your island life far, far easier when needing to obtain new tools, decorations, or crafting ingredients quickly. No more waiting for your house to load!

That’s all there is to know about how to get storage sheds in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. While you’re here, you can also check out our guides for how to use gyroid fragments and how to get crops. Head over to our ACNH hub page to see all the content we have following the latest update.

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