|Open Hours:||9:00am to 5:00pm|
|Closed:||Tuesday, and at 4:00pm Friday|
|Address:||24 Mountain Road|
The Carpenter's Shop is located in the Mountain area north of Pelican Town. Robin is the town carpenter and runs the shop, which is inside her home where she lives with Demetrius, Maru, and Sebastian. The shop is open most days from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Robin sells furniture, and she can upgrade the Farmhouse and construct new farm buildings. She also buys and sells wood and stone (and buys clay). She will begin construction the day after buildings are purchased, but she does not work on festival days. Most construction projects are finished in 2 days (by the start of the second day after you place an order).
The house is accessible from 9:00am to 8:00pm every day, even when the shop is closed.
The shop is closed on Tuesdays (except when it rains), as Robin goes to Pierre's General Store to exercise with Caroline, Jodi, Emily, and Marnie. However, she walks past the shopping station at 9:40am on her way. If you enter before then and use the station just as she passes, you can still shop at that time. Similarly, Robin returns home at 8:50pm, and you can also use the station as she enters her home and passes the station.
The shop closes at 4:00pm on Fridays, when Robin and Demetrius go to The Stardrop Saloon. If you enter the house before 4:00pm but miss her during open hours, you can still shop if you catch her as she passes the shopping station on the way out, just as on Tuesday mornings.
The shop is always closed on Thursday, Summer 18, when Robin goes to Harvey's Clinic. It is also closed on all festival days. If she was still working on a job for you on the day before, then these closures will delay the job completion by one day. However, Robin does work on regular Tuesdays when she already has a job lined up, so there is no delay in that case.
The shop is closed all day any day that she is working on a job at your farm.
In addition to Permanent Stock, which Robin has for sale every day, she has a rotating stock of Furniture that changes daily.
Note that the prices of wood and stone increase in game year 2. The player will receive a letter in the mail on Spring 1 of year 2 saying "The price of raw materials at Robin's shop and Clint's shop has increased". The gold obtained by selling wood or stone to Robin or through the Shipping Bin remains unchanged in year 2+.
|Wood||A sturdy, yet flexible plant material with a wide variety of uses.||Year 1: 10g|
Year 2+: 50g
|Stone||A common material with many uses in crafting and building.||Year 1: 20g|
Year 2+: 100g
|Basic Window||Can be placed inside your house.||300g|
|Small Window||Can be placed inside your house.||300g|
|Calendar||Can be placed inside your house.||2,000g|
|Floor TV||Can be placed inside your house.||700g|
|Budget TV||Can be placed inside your house.||750g|
|Plasma TV||Can be placed inside your house.
(Available after first house upgrade)
|Furniture Catalogue||Provides unlimited access to almost every furniture item... from the convenience of your home!
(Available after first house upgrade)
|Seasonal Plant||An ornamental plant that changes with each season. It doesn't need to be watered.||400g|
|Basic Log||A decorative piece for your farm.||250g|
|Log Section||A decorative piece for your farm.||350g|
|Brick Fireplace||Can be placed inside your house.||1,000g|
|Stone Fireplace||Can be placed inside your house.||1,500g|
|Stove Fireplace||Can be placed inside your house.||3,000g|
|Wooden Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Wooden Brazier||250g|
|Stone Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Stone Brazier
(Available after learning Wooden Brazier Recipe)
|Barrel Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Barrel Brazier
(Available after learning Stone Brazier Recipe)
|Stump Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Stump Brazier
(Available after learning Barrel Brazier Recipe)
|Gold Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Gold Brazier
(Available after learning Stump Brazier Recipe)
|Carved Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Carved Brazier
(Available after learning Gold Brazier Recipe)
|Skull Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Skull Brazier
(Available after learning Carved Brazier Recipe)
|Marble Brazier Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Marble Brazier
(Available after learning Skull Brazier Recipe)
|Wood Lamp-post Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Wood Lamp-post||500g|
|Iron Lamp-post Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Iron Lamp-post||1,000g|
|Wood Floor Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Wood Floor||500g|
|Stone Floor Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Stone Floor||500g|
|Stepping Stone Path Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Stepping Stone Path||500g|
|Straw Floor Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Straw Floor||1,000g|
|Crystal Path Recipe||Blueprints for crafting Crystal Path||1,000g|
- See also: Furniture
Below is an expandable table of all items that may randomly rotate into Robin's daily stock.
- For the magical Buildings see Wizard's Tower
Farm buildings have a variety of uses. Some are required to house Animals. Both Coops and Barns can be upgraded to house more/different animals. The player may build as many farm buildings as space allows, including multiple buildings of the same type. Cabins and Shipping Bins are built instantly, and Coops or Barns take 3 days to complete; other buildings need 2 days.
Existing farm buildings can also be moved at the Carpenter's Shop. This action applies instantly and is free, requiring no construction time, gold, or resources other than your travel time to the Carpenter's Shop. The building's contents move along with the building, all as a unit. Unlike Chests, a building need not be empty in order to be moved.
|Barn||Houses 4 barn-dwelling animals.||Cows||6,000g Wood (350) Stone (150)||7x4|
|Big Barn||Houses 8 barn-dwelling animals. Allows animals to give birth. Unlocks goats.||Goats||12,000g Wood (450) Stone (200)||7x4|
|Deluxe Barn||Houses 12 barn-dwelling animals. Comes with an auto-feed system. Unlocks sheep and pigs.||Sheep||25,000g Wood (550) Stone (300)||7x4|
|Coop||Houses 4 coop-dwelling animals.||Chickens||4,000g Wood (300) Stone (100)||6x3|
|Big Coop||Houses 8 coop-dwelling animals. Comes with an incubator. Unlocks ducks.||Ducks||10,000g Wood (400) Stone (150)||6x3|
|Deluxe Coop||Houses 12 coop-dwelling animals. Comes with an auto-feed system. Unlocks rabbits.||Rabbits||20,000g Wood (500) Stone (200)||6x3|
|Mill||Allows you to create flour from wheat and sugar from beets.||2,500g Stone (50) Wood (150) Cloth (4)||4x2|
|Shed||An empty building. Fill it with whatever you like! The interior can be decorated.||15,000g Wood (300)||7x3|
|Silo||Allows you to cut and store grass for feed.||100g Stone (100) Clay (10) Copper Bar (5)||3x3|
|Slime Hutch||Raise up to 20 slimes. Fill water troughs and slimes will create slime balls.||Slimes||10,000g Stone (500) Refined Quartz (10) Iridium Bar (1)||11x6|
|Stable||Allows you to keep and ride a horse. Horse included.||Horse||10,000g Hardwood (100) Iron Bar (5)||4x2|
|Well||Provides a place for you to refill your watering can.||1,000g Stone (75)||3x3|
|Stone Cabin||A home for a friend! Subsidized by the town agricultural fund.||1 Farmhand in a Multiplayer game.||100g Stone (10)||5x3|
|Plank Cabin||A home for a friend! Subsidized by the town agricultural fund.||1 Farmhand in a Multiplayer game.||100g Wood (5) Fiber (10)||5x3|
|Log Cabin||A home for a friend! Subsidized by the town agricultural fund.||1 Farmhand in a Multiplayer game.||100g Wood (10)||5x3|
|Shipping Bin||Throw items inside to sell them overnight.||250g Wood (150)||2x1|
When upgrading the Farmhouse, the footprint of the building does not change, so no adjacent tiles are impacted. House upgrades add space inside the house as well as accessibility to the kitchen for cooking.
Farmhouse upgrades require three days to complete.
|House Upgrade 1||Increase house size and adds a Kitchen.||10,000g Wood (450)|
|House Upgrade 2||Adds two new rooms, one empty, and one with a crib and two single beds. This allows you to have two children. Kitchen is larger.||50,000g Hardwood (150)|
|House Upgrade 3||Adds a cellar under the house, allowing access via the kitchen.||100,000g|
- See also: Trailer
After fully upgrading the Farmhouse and completing the Community Center (or purchasing a JojaMart membership), players are able to purchase a "Community Upgrade" at the Carpenter's Shop for 500,000g and 950 Wood. Robin will then build a new house for Pam (and Penny, if the player is not married to Penny). Note that only the host player in a multiplayer game is able to purchase this upgrade.
- 1.0: Introduced.
- 1.1: Added Mill, Shed and Farmhouse upgrade 3 for purchase. Added ability for Robin to move placed buildings through the construction menu. Introduced a number of new furniture objects to rotating stock.
- 1.3: Added Shipping Bin, Cabins, and "Community Upgrade" to construction menu. Added price increase for wood and stone in year 2. Added Basic Log, Log Section, Brick Fireplace, Stone Fireplace, and Stove Fireplace to permanent stock.
|Merchants||Abandoned House • Adventurer's Guild • Blacksmith • Carpenter's Shop • Casino • Fish Shop • Harvey's Clinic • Ice Cream Stand • JojaMart • Marnie's Ranch • Oasis • Pierre's General Store • The Stardrop Saloon • Traveling Cart • Wizard's Tower|
|Houses||1 River Road • 1 Willow Lane • 2 Willow Lane • 24 Mountain Road • Elliott's Cabin • Farmhouse • Leah's Cottage • Mayor's Manor • Tent • Trailer|
|Farm buildings||Farming||Barn • Cabin • Coop • Greenhouse • Mill • Shed • Silo • Slime Hutch • Stable • Well|
|Special||Earth Obelisk • Gold Clock • Junimo Hut • Water Obelisk|
|Other buildings||Community Center • Dog Pen • Joja Warehouse • Museum • Spa • Witch's Hut|