10 Farmville Tips for a Good Looking Farm
Some of us play to get the most coins and the highest levels, but there are also those of us who just play for fun and just want a nice looking farm. Here are some useful tips to help you achieve a great looking farm.
- Try letting your animals roam, this way your farm looks more lively and interesting.
- Try locking your animals in with fences. This helps keep them from roaming too far. Setting boundaries with fences is a good way of keeping your farm layout the way you want it.
- Try organizing your animals by species. Group the cows in one area and the horses in another. Maybe don’t buy any chickens if you just want a certain look.
- Try to expand your property whenever you can, this way you have a lot of room to work with. However, if you prefer a small hobby farm look, then keep it small. The size of your property says a lot about the look/theme of your farm.
- Try making a theme for your farm. Don’t just buy every decoration and put it somewhere, give your farm meaning. Maybe you want a very southern style farm, a small hobby farm, or even a chicken farm. Buy whatever you feel goes with the look/theme you want.
- If you are going to plant a lot of trees, try placing them at the top and/or right side of your farm. Trees are tall and can block your view of a lot of things, so by placing them at the top or right, you don’t cover any important part of your farm.
- Try not to buy too many crops. A small harvested field can be nice, but if you have a huge field, it can take away from the farm itself. If you’re going to be planting crops, try to position it where you feel it doesn’t take away from the farm.
- Try grouping similar trees together (for the same reasons as grouping animals together). Perhaps also try planting just a few species of trees that go well with your farm’s theme.
- Position vehicles and decorations logically. Park your tractor beside a barn, not beside your mailbox. Plant a hay bale in front of horses, not chickens.
- Be creative and make a look that you like. Perhaps go with a theme that has sentimental value, such as a replica of a family member’s farm, or perhaps a farm you visited on a trip.