A series is a set of ten or eleven (Animal Crossing: New Leaf) furniture items, all with the same theme and similar appearance. They resemble traditional, real-life furniture. Some series are obtained from Tom Nook or Crazy Redd's, while others are exclusive to special events like the Harvest Festival or Toy Day.
List of series
|Series||Image||Description||Appears In||Available From|
|Alpine Series||A series that made its first appearance in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Most of the furniture is made out of wood with light grey detailing that features a pattern of white and blue vines.||NL, PC|
|Astro Series||A white and orange series with a futuristic look. It first appears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Black and blue or black and red are its customization options.||NL|
|Balloon Series||These items can only be obtained by shooting down balloon presents. They are structured almost entirely out of balloons, and first appear in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.||NL, PC|
|Blue Series||The Blue Series is a basic set of blue wooden furniture. It is commonly found in Tom Nook's store.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Cabana Series||This wicker series resembles a tropical gateway. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the furniture is bought from Tortimer Island
|DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC, NH|
|Cabin Series||The Cabin Series is representative of log cabin furniture, decorated with a colorful pattern.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Card Series||The items in this series resemble playing cards. They can only be bought at GracieGrace
from the 15th-31st of each sale month, when pieces of the Card Series will take the place of sold out items. Card furniture is initially red and white, but this can be changed to black and white by Cyrus. Unlike most furniture items, Card furniture cannot be recycled.
|Classic Series||The Classic Series appears in all games. The set is made of dark, mahogany wood and has opulent carvings around most of each furniture piece. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons the series is called "Antique Series".||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC, NH|
|Egg Series||This series is obtained from Zipper
on Bunny Day, and only appears in Animal Crossing: City Folk, Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The furniture pieces are shaped like decorated eggs with cracked, brightly colored shells.
|CF, NL, PC, NH|
|Exotic Series||The Exotic Series (or Asia Series in Japan) is characterized by dark, mahogany wood, designed in oriental patterns and ornate carving.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Golden Series||This series of furniture is completely golden colored. It was released as DLC in Animal Crossing: City Folk, and returns in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, where Cyrus can make a piece of golden furniture for the player with three gold Ores and 10,000 Bells. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the series is only available through DIY recipes.||CF, NL, NH|
|Gorgeous Series||The Gorgeous Series can only be bought at GracieGrace
in Winter, and is one of the most expensive furniture series in the game. Much of its furniture consists of a black wood, possibly ebony, with gold trim and red adornments.
|Gracie Series||This series is made of a dark brown wood and features Gracie's trademark pattern of green and orange circles on a blue background. It can be found at Gracie's during the summer months.||CF, NL|
|Green Series||The Green Series is a basic set of green wooden furniture, with an orange and cream Persian pattern.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Harvest Series||This series is obtained from Franklin during the Harvest Festival. Its main colors are purple and pink.||PG, DnMe+, CF, NL|
|Ice Series||This wintery series is obtained by giving either three or five snowflakes to Snowmam, in Animal Crossing: New Leaf only.||NL|
|Jingle Series||Usually obtained from Jingle during Toy Day, except in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, where Timmy and Tommy stock it during December. It is mainly red and green||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, CF, NL|
|Kiddie Series||One of the most colorful collections in the Animal Crossing series, this appears in all games. It also has a matching shirt.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL|
|Lovely Series||This is a pink series with heart designs. It appears in every game. The Lovely Phone, a Lost Kitten/Mother's Day item, is not part of the series.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Mermaid Series||This furniture is based with white, pink, and blue colors with marine designs. Each item also has a star fish or a shell on it. The series is bought from Tortimer Island
|Minimalist Series||The Minimalist Series is a basic white collection of furniture that can be customized at Re-Tail. It appear in Animal Crossing: New Leaf only.||NL|
|Modern Series||The Modern Series appears in every game. It is commonly found in Tom Nook's store, and most of the items have a black and white checkered pattern or sequence.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Modern Wood Series||Appearing first in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the furniture items found in the series are crafted out of various types of wood, and are various shades of brown. Cyrus can customize them to a simple or diamond pattern.||NL, PC|
|Mushroom Series||This series is only found during certain times of the year. In Animal Crossing: Wild World, it is obtained from Cornimer in exchange for acorns during the Acorn Festival. In Animal Crossing: City Folk and Animal Crossing: New Leaf, mushrooms next to trees are disguised as pieces of this series.||WW, CF, NL|
|Pavé Series||This series is obtained during Festivale, usually by giving three pieces of candy (Animal Crossing: City Folk) or three feathers (Animal Crossing: New Leaf) of a certain color to Pavé
|Polka-Dot Series||This collection of furniture is red and white with a polka-dot pattern. It first appears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and can be taken to Cyrus for customization.||NL, PC|
|Princess Series||This series is only found at GracieGrace
during Spring. Although extremely expensive, it is actually the second cheapest of the Gracie furniture series.
|Ranch Series||This is a common, wooden series that is found in all titles in the series. The furniture is light cedar designed with some carvings on some of the items, and light cyan cushions on the couch and armchair.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Regal Series||The appearance of the Regal Series is mostly creamy white with opulent gold accents. It is quite an expensive collection of furniture.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Robo Series||The Robo Series only became a series from Animal Crossing: Wild World onwards. In Animal Crossing, the Robo items are a set of only two items, the Robo-Clock and the Robo-Stereo.||WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Rococo Series||This furniture is black with gold trim. Uniquely, ten of the eleven pieces of furniture are only available as Spotlight Items, or from Wishy.||NL|
|Sleek Series||This series is new to Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It is black with metal details, and highly customizable.||NL, PC|
|Sloppy Series||The Sloppy Series consists mostly of typical furniture pieces that are unkempt. For instance, the bed is unmade and the tabletop is misaligned. The Sloppy Series, unlike most furniture, is acquired only from the flea market in Re-Tail or the lost and found in the Police Station.||NL|
|Snowman Series||Furniture in this series in snowman-shaped, and classed as White in-game. It can only be obtained in Winter by building a perfect Snowman using two differently-sized snowballs.||DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, WW, CF, NL, PC|
|Spooky Series||The Spooky Series of furniture is obtained from Jack
at Halloween. All items are orange with a jack-o-lantern design. The series is absent from Animal Crossing: Wild World.
|DnM, DnM+, PG, DnMe+, CF, NL|
|Stripe Series||This series contains a blue and white stripe pattern. It only appears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.||NL, PC|
|Sweets Series||A GracieGrace
exclusive series that appears only in Animal Crossing: City Folk and Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Its furniture is made up of various desserts.
Complete series bonuses
- 20,000 points for the ten (eleven in Animal Crossing: New Leaf) furniture pieces without the matching wall or floor.
- 25,000 points for all furniture pieces and either the matching wall or floor.
- 30,000 points for all furniture pieces with both the matching wall and floor.