15 Best Animal Crossing New Horizons Cool Bridge Ideas
It is the most versatile of structures. Other buildings can be rendered obsolete with new technology or a change in design, but a bridge’s role remains the same throughout the ages. Whether you’re building a fully functional bridge for pedestrian traffic or an ornate bridge for aesthetic value, you’ll find that adding this structure to your island will be an investment that pays dividends.
1/15. ACNH The Postcard Shot
This stunning view of the bridge is like something off of a postcard. Even though it seems impossible to place boats on this river, I love that you can still capture the city vibe and feel in such an idyllic locale here. The cobblestone idea gives a rustic feeling to this part of the island as well, which makes sense considering how you have hardwood trees in autumn hanging over all sides. It’s also nice for tourists or your townspeople alike who enjoy taking advantage of these streetlamps during night time hours (and everyone likes photo ops!).
2/15. ACNH Bridge Troubled Water
Terraforming is a key step when designing your island, as it will set the tone for the rest of your island. As this example shows, users like to add a bridge made from stone near the entrance to their islands. This gives each island a cute and serene outlook that can be inviting to new visitors.
3/15. ACNH Log Bridge
Welcome to Island Style! This log bridge (that’s not a bridge) will change up the scenery around your island. Your friends might be wondering how to copy your sense of style, and you’ll have the coolest background around thanks to those Hydrangea flowers!
4/15. ACNH Picture Perfect
If you’ve ever found yourself screaming at your phone because you couldn’t get it to hold in place while taking photos – this picture is going to be your new favourite. Not only are the pine trees adorable, and the wooden bridge pretty cute, but it’s the carefully thought-out positioning that really makes this photo so incredible.
5/15. ACNH Autumn Vibes
The bridges are really impressive in this landscape. There is a cottagecore vibe and still lots of flowers hidden within it, which makes the paths stand out! Plus, I love how the waterfalls open up space to show off my terraforming skills. This design would surely impress all their friends-even me! The path here is genius because it has butterflies that play with one another on top of the flowers by Flick! I also loved these beautiful models they placed inside them too.
6/15. ACNH Brick Bridge
This cute brick bridge is just the beginning of a beautiful city full of history. The island’s owner has taken special care to fill each little space with a decorative piece, whether you’re looking at the bridge’s steps or the grassy patch below. But that doesn’t mean you can’t mix things up yourself — after all, this island is all yours!
7/15. ACNH Two is Better from One
This bridge is a beacon of hope in the middle of a concrete jungle. And it’s worth a try if you have the time! It has two bridges, both of which are pink, with flower shrubbery on either side like those Hydrangea shrubs and some Lilies of the Valleys in front.
8/15. ACNH Isolation Island
The suspension bridge that this villager built on their island is beautiful. The way it has been constructed will give them a private place to enjoy, with plenty of space for sitting outside and some seating indoors as well. This player also has decorated the path leading off the bridge; they have gone for a woodland theme, which is apparent from the wooden log stools and mushroom lamps accompanying them in their home. By adding flowers such as hyacinths or shrubs like spruce ferns to finish off the aesthetic look of this home you’ll be able to create an elegant effect without much effort.
9/15. ACNH Fake Bridge
Let’s face it. As much as we all love Animal Crossing, the game can be a bit…lacking in the decoration department. I mean, sure, you’ve got your fruit trees and cacti, but let’s get real here. When was the last time you saw an actual bridge? I know you can create one using bridge pieces and patterned ground. But that costs money — a LOT of money.
10/15. ACNH Statue City
For the design at right, I imagine all of the sculptural pieces come to life. They are designed to look like they were already in place and then only illuminated by night. The combination of lights along with sculptures makes for a very interesting scene indeed! This would be an amazing setting that you could use as your next shopping center or market stall!
11/15. ACNH Woodland Wonderland
If you’re looking for a really cozy place to sit and chat with your favorite villager, look no further than the river bank! The bench is designed so that it’s almost like a little house of its own, complete with an opening front door and a fireplace for when the sweet summer heat gets just a little too much. And just wait until you hear the sound of trickling water under it at night.
12/15. ACNH Moon
In Animal Crossing New Horizons , we’re going to the moon! I’m personally in love with how the bridges were designed. It’s a uniquely Miyazaki-esque idea that should never be replicated anywhere else in Asia. I know one thing’s for certain: Dodo Airlines will never miss this island again now that it’s gone through bridge design change into being prettier than ever before!
13/15. ACNH Zen Garden
I’m a sucker for good lighting, and this photo has plenty of it. The two custom-made hearts are adorable, along with the bamboo lamp. I love the cleanliness of the photo — no clutter in sight. My favourite part of this photo: the lanterns! The bridge and background really do nothing for me, but these lanterns are stunning!
14/15. ACNH Retail Shopping
This winter wonderland is perfect. There are two inclines with a matching bridge and a waterfall in the centre of it all which brings this section together, as well as using Christmas DIYs to help make it more visually pleasing. The enhance holly bushes this scene by making your memories that much better, while the hedge fencing keeps you safe from Jingle’s sneaky ways!
15/15. ACNH Waterfalls Chasing
The bridges of stone and pathways match, as well as the incline! The color schemes are beautifully matched together. This player also paid attention to detail by sculpting shrubs and fencing around their island in a way that would feel you wonder what else your current paradise looks like when put into context with the rest of this ocean view- it’s certainly something worth replicating. And I absolutely love how they used hardwood trees throughout their property to provide good contrast even during seasonal change – while one leaves changes colors, others stay constant!