Disney Dreamlight Valley is finally welcoming in a new character from the movie Wreck-It-Ralph, Vanellope, which will be speeding into the valley in the next update, along with DreamSnaps. DDV Players are excited to have this adorable little princess exploring their valley, especially after it seems even more candy-themed items were added to the game. However, one player doesn’t seem to want to wait for those candy-themed items to start making their own new furniture.
A Disney Dreamlight Valley player used the latest furniture magic design cool to make their own SugarRush-themed room, and it is beautiful. Not only do they think it’s great, fans in the community seem to agree and have been showing their appreciation.
Player Shares Pictures of SugarRush-Themed Room In DDV
The room is covered in many different SugarRush items, including flooring and cute pink wallpaper. All the rest of the items are handmade by the magic tool designer, meaning the user pieced together each item in this collection, making them unique, and fans latched onto the design when it was shared online.
They got the colors of Vanellope down perfectly and added so many candy and cookie designs to each piece and some pixelized hearts, which only added to how fitting this room would be for the little racer.
Players in the comments went on to share how this Twitter post inspired them to make furniture based on their favorite Disney movie and other fandoms and characters they love.
The post comes just in time for the new DreamSnaps update, inspiring players to get in there and create some of their own cosmetics to share with others. This is exactly what the update is about, allowing users to vote on other players’ designs when they share them in-game.
DDV players are currently able to fully customize an assortment of items such as beds, benches, and dressers, though there are even more items that can then be used outside. This is where the player base shows a lot of their creativity already, but the DreamSnaps update is going to double down on that and make DDV a far more creative online space to explore.