Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Increase House Size

Make a bigger home to fit all of your cool Disney stuff.

In Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ll be given your own home to customize and decorate the way you want. With a bevy of different iconic Disney items, there’s no shortage of what you can make in the space. In the beginning, you won’t have a ton of room to work with. Here’s how to upgrade your house size in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Upgrade House

In order to increase the size of your house in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ll need to do some work for Scrooge McDuck. After completing a few quests for him, opening up his business, and helping other folks around town. Scrooge will give you a quest to mine a sell seven gems to Goofy. After completing this task, he will then teach you how to increase the size of your house. The quest is titled “Dreamlight Valley Economy 101.

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All you need to do is go into your home, and before entering the main room, turn to your left to find a new elevator. Go into it and click the interact key to open up the expansion tool. You can now expand the size of your home with star coins. The first expansion costs 1,000 coins, and the second will cost 2,000.

We have helpful tips for you if you need to get Star Coins fast. This way, you can keep upgrading your home until it’s the size to fit all of the giant things you have, like Elsa’s Throne or a shelf full of t-shirts. We’re not judging; decorate how you feel best fits the vibe you’re going for.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about upgrading your shouse in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Be sure to take a look at all of our guides on the game!

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