At the end of the first chapter of Lonesome Village, Wes receives a house for free as a parting gift from Early the Owl as he leaves the village of Ubhora. It belonged to an old friend of his, but it’s yours now, and homeownership is a pass to decorate your space however you’d like.
There are a handful of handymen around Ubhora that are able to fabricate new furniture to allow you to customize Wes’ home to your heart’s content. We’ll break down who sells furniture, where to find them, as well as how many materials you’ll need to make new items.
Your first exposure to furniture in Lonesome Village will be from Lulu, Tom the Mouse’s wife. She can be found standing outside their home in Center Village, just to the left of the path that leads to the forest. When you speak to her for the first time after saving her and her husband, she offers to thank you for rescuing her with a piece of furniture. Turns out, her husband makes and sells furniture just like it out of their home.
Lulu follows you back to your house, eager to show you just how to lay out your furniture. You won’t have much to begin with, but the free table from her is a solid way to learn the mechanics of arranging your space. Use the arrow keys to move items around in the grid that comprises the main part of your home (you, unfortunately, can’t change the left area with your supplies), and use the Space Bar to pick up or put down items as you relocate them. If you’re no longer into displaying an item, hold it and press E to put it away.
Keep in mind that you’re not able to rotate furniture, but you’ll find some later that’s already rotated when you buy it.
Furniture From Tom In Center Village
While Lulu was the one who gave you the table, Tom is responsible for its fabrication. He sells a collection of furniture from his house in Center Village, which is the one Lulu was standing beside next to the path to the forest. Tom’s furniture is a straightforward purchase that requires no materials from you – you simply give him gold, and he gives you furniture.
Unfortunately, his rad cheese items are not for sale…
|Two Ceramic Pots||35g||Two Brown Clay Pots||35g|
|Dog Art||25g||Flower Art||25g|
|Star Art||25g||Ovular Pink And Blue Art||25g|
|Standing Banner||50g||Wall Banner||40g|
|Wall Hat Rack||50g||Chess Piece||75g|
|Hung Italian Flag||35g||Rectangular Fish Tank||100g|
|Ovular Fish Tank||85g||Tea Set||50g|
|Stuffed Bear||35g||Stuffed Elephant||35g|
|Globe||100g||One Potted Plant||25g|
|Flower In A Vase||45g||Three Potted Plants||30g|
Furniture From Justin In The Forest
Although you first meet Justin as simply a villager, after he helps you repair the bridge to the west part of the Forest at the end of Chapter One, he returns to his carpentry shop just north of the bridge. Here, he sells a catalog of primarily wooden goods, and his pieces will require both the listed materials and gold in order to be made.
Justin’s Furniture-Making Resource Guide
|Boards||5 Dark Logs||5g|
|Composite Wood||3 Dark Logs, 3 Light Logs, 3 Greenish Logs||20g|
Justin’s Furniture Catalog
|Cogs||2 Boards, 3 Rods, 5 Dark Logs, 5 Light Logs||50g|
|Toy Car||2 Composite Wood, 3 Rods||25g|
|Blue Single Bed||3 Boards, 5 Rods, 5 Dark Logs||40g|
|Purple Single Bed||3 Boards, 5 Rods, 5 Light Logs||40g|
|Green Single Bed||3 Boards, 5 Rods, Greenish Logs||40g|
|Square Table||2 Boards, 3 Rods, 5 Dark Logs, 5 Twigs||25g|
|Round Table||2 Boards, 3 Rods, 5 Light Logs, 5 Twigs||25g|
|Round Table With Metal Legs||2 Boards, 3 Rods, 5 Greenish Logs, 5 Twigs||25g|
|Rounded Drawer||3 Boards, 5 Dark Logs||25g|
|Two-Tier Rectangle Drawers||3 Boards, 5 Light Logs||25g|
|Rectangle Drawer||3 Boards, 5 Greenish Logs||25g|
|Reddish Wooden Chair||3 Rods, 5 Twigs, 5 Dark Logs||30g|
|Blue-Cushioned Stool||3 Rods, 5 Twigs, 5 Light Logs||30g|
|Lighter Wooden Chair||3 Rods, 5 Twigs, 5 Greenish Logs||30g|
|Yellow Double Bed||Blue Single Bed, 5 Composite Wood, 10 Dark Logs||50g|
|Pink Double Bed||Purple Single Bed, 5 Composite Wood, 10 Light Logs||50g|
|Red Double Bed||Green Single Bed, 5 Composite Wood, 10 Greenish Logs||50g|
|Console Table With Purple Cloth||Square Table, 1 Composite Wood, 3 Rods, 5 Dark Logs||70g|
|Sideways Long Table||Round Table, 1 Composite Wood, 3 Rods, 5 Light Logs||70g|
|Wooden Desk||Round Table With Metal Legs, 1 Composite Wood, 3 Rods, 5 Greenish Logs||70g|
|Tall Wooden Dresser||Rounded Drawer, 5 Boards, 3 Rods, 5 Dark Logs||45g|
|Reddish Ornate Dresser||Two-Tier Rectangle Drawers, 5 Boards, 3 Rods, 5 Light Logs||45g|
|Reddish Rectangular Dresser||Rectangle Drawer, 5 Boards, 3 Rods, 5 Greenish Logs||45g|
|Purple Cushioned Bench||Reddish Wooden Chair, 5 Rods, 1 Composite Wood, 10 Dark Logs||55g|
|Sideways Blue Couch||Blue-Cushioned Stool, 5 Rods, 1 Composite Wood, 10 Dark Logs||55g|
|Pink Ornate Couch||Lighter Wooden Chair, 5 Rods, 1 Composite Wood, 10 Greenish Logs||55g|
Furniture From Roger In The Forest
Though you don’t unlock Roger in the traditional Tower-freeing way, you do still have to find him before he’ll sell you anything. To get him to Ubhora, you need to complete the lever puzzle on the west side of the beach next to the lighthouse. The levers will all reset if you get even one wrong.
Don’t worry, here’s the solution for the puzzle, if the left lever is 1 and the right lever is 6: 3, 1, 6, 2, 4, 5.
After you flip the levers in this order, the lighthouse turns back on and Roger is able to sail his rowboat into the beach dock at long last. He returns home from there to his house in the Forest, out of which he sells his paintings. They’re mostly fun takes on classic pieces, and they can be yours in exchange for gold.
You can only purchase each painting once. As tempting as it is to fill your house with the animal Creation of Adam painting for the meme of it, tragically, it’s one per customer here.
Paintings From Roger
|The Screaming Frog||350g|
|Cat Mona Lisa||450g|
|The Animal Creation of Adam||999g|
|The Pig With The Pearl Earring||350g|
|Decorated Officer Deer||250g|
|The Great Wave Off Kanagawa||999g|
Furniture From Robert In The Mountain
The local blacksmith, Robert, is a massive help to you from the second you first talk to him outside his blacksmith’s shop in the Mountain. He tells you the local mine is blocked and gives you the pickaxe you need to break the rock blocking the path.
Inside, not only do you find the characters central to progressing the plot of Chapter Two, but you also find several rocks like the ones blocking the mines that you’re also able to break for resources: stone, iron bars, and gold bars.
Like Justin, Robert requires both materials and gold before he makes your furniture. Additionally, note that he sells a “basic” version of each piece, as well as a bigger version. To make the bigger item, the “basic” item will be required in addition to materials, so plan accordingly. Robert also uses a lot of iron and gold bars, which are obtainable from the rocks in the mines.
Another valuable item from Robert is the golden pickaxe, the tool able to break apart gemstone rocks. To find the handle you need, speak to the moles who gave you the earthquake song again and fulfill their request, then take the part and the materials we’ll list below to Robert to get your upgrade.
Robert’s Furniture-Making Resource Guide
|Metal Sheets||3 Iron Bars||5g|
|Round Rock||3 Stone||5g|
|Iron Rock||3 Iron Bars, 3 Stone||10g|
Robert’s Furniture Catalog
|Crossed Swords||2 Metal Sheets, 1 Iron Rock||50g|
|Hylian Shield||2 Metal Sheets, 2 Round Rocks, 5 Iron Bars||50g|
|Robot Toy||2 Round Rocks, 3 Metal Sheets||35g|
|Crossed Tools||2 Round Rocks, 2 Metal Sheets, 5 Iron Bars||50g|
|Small Fireplace||1 Round Rock, 3 Stones||25g|
|Large Fireplace||Small Fireplace, 3 Round Rocks, 2 Metal Sheets||50g|
|Hanging Coatrack||3 Metal Sheets, 5 Iron Bars||25g|
|Standing Coatrack||Hanging Coatrack, 1 Iron Rock, 2 Metal Sheets, 2 Round Rock||55g|
|Hourglass||2 Iron Rocks, 3 Iron Bars, 3 Gold Bars||35g|
|Alarm Clock||Hourglass, 2 Iron Rocks, 3 Metal Sheets, 2 Round Rocks||40g|
|Lamp||2 Metal Sheets, 3 Gold Bars||25g|
|Glass Lamp||Lamp, 3 Iron Rocks, 5 Gold Bars||40g|
|Small Shelf||5 Iron Bars, 2 Iron Rocks||35g|
|Large Shelf||Small Shelf, 5 Iron Bars, 2 Metal Sheets||50g|
|Standard Wall Shelves||5 Stone, 3 Rounded Rock||15g|
|Step-Like Wall Shelves||Standard Wall Shelves, 3 Rounded Rocks, 2 Iron Rocks||35g|
|One Pitcher Statue||10 Stone, 2 Rounded Rocks||25g|
|Two Pitcher Statue||One Pitcher Statue, 3 Iron Rocks, 5 Gold Bars||60g|
|Small Bookshelf||3 Round Rocks, 5 Iron Bars||35g|
|Large Bookshelf||Small Bookshelf, 3 Rounded Rocks, 2 Iron Rocks||50g|
|Simple Dining Table||5 Iron Bars, 3 Rounded Rocks||20g|
|Cloud-Shaped Dining Table||Simple Dining Table, 2 Metal Sheets, 3 Rounded Rocks, 1 Iron Rock||45g|
|Side Table||3 Rounded Rocks, 3 Metal Sheets||25g|
|Coffee Table||Side Table, 4 Rounded Rocks, 2 Iron Rocks||40g|
|Golden Pickaxe||1 Pickaxe, 1 Gold Pickaxe Handle, 10 Gold Bars, and 3 Metal Sheets||50g|
Furniture From Morton In The Swamp
Though you can’t take any actual music lessons from him, Morton is a virtuoso who sells music-themed furniture for your house from his shop over in the southern part of the Swamp. It’s the one north of the hippos with an instrument on the front.
Robert’s Furniture Catalog
|Piano With Trophies On It||350g|
|Music Note Wall Art||50g|
|Sheet Music Wall Art||25g|
Unfortunately, the instruments are not musical.
NEXT: Lonesome Village: Guide To Gardening