As many of you know, I am into the game Genshin Impact. Recently, there was an update to it which included a housing system. There are a lot of options for customizations (and pets!). I've spent a decent amount of time so far working on customizing my house (although I am limited in what I can do yet as I have to produce what I want to place down and there are still a lot of blueprints that I have to unlock. Below, I've put some before and after pictures of my house.
This is the view of what I got to start off with and the amount of terrain I have outside that I can customize. There are three different themes that you can have, Floating Adobe (which is the one I am using), Emerald Peak (mountains) and Cool Isle (islands). Later on, I will unlock all of them.
This is the house, well more of a mansion really, that I got to start off with. There's a different house used for the islands theme. This house is taken from the Chinese inspired region in Genshin Impact. The funny little creature to the left of the door is Tubby who is essentially the butler for the place.
This is the view of the island from behind the house. You can see to the left there's more islands—that's an area which I'll unlock in the future and I'll have more places to put stuff down!
When you enter the house, this is what you see before decorating it. To the left, there's two rooms and to the right, there's one room. You can also go upstairs. What you see inside in terms of spacing does not match up with what it looks like on the outside.
This is the view from when you go up the stairs. There are two rooms displayed on the mini-map but I have yet to figure out how to get into them.
This is one of the rooms before I decorated it. All three rooms look the same. And now, we move onto my decorating!
This is my bedroom, I put it in the hall which only leads to one room. The first pic is from the front of the bedroom which also doubles as a study/work room. You can also see my pet cat! Hidden behind the two screens, I have my bed (and I'm working on getting a wardrobe). The screens hide my bed from view if someone has to enter my bedroom for work.
Outside, I started doing a bit of decoration with a rock garden to the left and a small mountain to the right. If you're wondering what's on top of the mountain, I put a lion statue there.
This is the view of the rock garden, hidden among the rocks are a little tea set and a well. You can't see it if you're not on the mountain or in the rock garden so it's very secluded.
If you're in the rock garden but that does not suffice for enough privacy, you will find that there is a small little entrance into the mountain. It leads into a little cave with a nice surprise in it.
There's a tree and a bench with a nice view once you go through the secret passage! Here I am chilling with my two dogs!
That's it for now! There are a lot of other stuff I've put down (I'm working on a village right now) but they haven't been finished quite yet.