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December 17, 2021
New World Furnishing Guide
Guide last updated: April 25th, 2022 for Patch 1.5 - Bugs and Balance Update
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Introduction to Furnishing in New World
The Furnishing Trade Skill in New World allows players to craft furniture for player housing. Trophies, chests, chairs, tables, drawers, and much more.
Trophies are a common item to place in your house since they give you a global buff of some kind (Limit 5 per house). Chests are also a common item to place in your house as they increase your storage shed size in the settlement you are in (Limit varies on house size).
To get started with Furnishing you will need to gather resources. Once the resources have been obtained you will be using the Workshop (Arrow/Musket icon on map) to craft anything Furnishing. Walk up to the Workshop and press your default interact button, “E”, to open the crafting window.
It is important to note the tier of the Workshop you are using as it determines what tier items you can craft:
Workshop T2: 1-49 Recipes
Workshop T3: 50-99 Recipes
Workshop T4: 100-149 Recipes
Workshop T5: 150+ Recipes
Once your crafting window is open, select an item you wish to craft from the list on the left hand side of the window. Once you’ve selected what you want it will display the resources required to craft the item in the middle. On the bottom right is your craft button, click it to craft the item you selected. If you wish to craft more than one item you can move the slider above the craft button; however it will only show if you can craft more than 1 item with the resources you’ve gathered.
TIP: When crafting, the game will automatically pull resources from the local storage shed to craft, so you don’t have to have all the materials on your character.
Experience gains from crafting an item can be found under the blue CRAFT button on the bottom left. The amount of experience gained will always be the same. There is no way to increase or decrease that value on a single craft. Everything in Furnishing will provide some kind of experience when crafted, however there are a few things that are better than others.
All the crafting for Furnishing use static recipes. If you wish to craft something then you will need exact materials. There is no alternative resource that you may use in place of another resource.
Furnishing also makes use of Schematics. Schematics are items that you salvage to learn how to craft a furnishing item. By leveling up Furnishing you will only learn about 25% of the recipes, the other 75% will require you to seek out the schematics if you wish to learn them all.
Salvaging Schematics: It's possible to salvage a schematic you’ve already learned; however with the 1.2 patch you will now get a warning if you’ve already learned it. Additionally with the patch they've updated all the schematics to match the furnishing's name so you don't have to figure out what "Maple Bed 01" is or is not when looking at a schematic!
Information in this section contains what I feel is a way to level your Furnishing Trade Skill. You are in no way restricted to this method. The first thing I want to make note of are the items you shouldn’t use to level.
Don’t craft (Unless you need one, want one, or plan to sell it); All the furniture *stains, Wicker Basket, Old Straw Cot, Old Log Stool, Old Wooden Bunk Bed, Stone Mason Table, and the Hardworking Scrolled Desk. These listed items do not follow the standard experience formulas for their tier and will yield you less experience overall.
*Furniture Stains: Solvents have very little use outside of stains and it is very common for players to use them as a leveling method for Furnishing to remove excess solvent. While they are used for gems, it doesn’t matter what tier is used as it doesn’t change the yield chances for cutting/fusing gems. Additionally, stains' experience yields are 1 tier below what they unlock, so it's not a complete loss of experience if used.
TIP: Trophies are a great way to earn experience if people need them crafted. The first tier of trophies will show in your learned recipes list while the others are artifact crafts and will not be visible unless you have the right item. This means you can craft them as long as you have the right level! (It's not efficient to level with only trophies due to the rare drops required to craft them)
Levels 1 - 50 (Tier 2 Crafting) You will need a total of 21,025 experience to reach level 50. Tier 2 crafting for Furnishing follows this formula for experience:
Number of Materials * 6 Experience = Experience Output
Option 1 - Rusty Iron Lanterns My first suggestion for leveling this tier is to craft 141 Rusty Iron Lanterns for a total of 21,150 experience. The Rusty Iron Lantern requires 15x Iron Ingots, 5x Oil, and 5x Fiber to craft. Total required materials:
2,115x Iron Ingots
8,460x Iron Ore
Rusty Iron Lantern’s base tax value is 0.13. Without any tax modifiers you will need to spend 18.33 coin/gold to just craft them.
Option 2 - Round Sunny Rug The other suggestion for leveling this tier is to craft 141 Round Sunny Rugs for a total of 21,150 experience, just like the lanterns. The Round Sunny Rug requires 15x Linen, 5x Crossweave, and 5x Fiber to craft. Total required materials:
9,165x Fiber (Save 705 for crafting)
Round Sunny Rug’s base tax value is 0.13. Without any tax modifiers you will need to spend 18.33 gold to just craft them.
Between both Option 1 and 2 you can see that both of them are rather similar in requirements. Both only need 1 refined material in the craft; while the Round Sunny Rug does make use of the Crossweave which is a refining material item. Additionally with the rug, you will only need to gather fiber while the Crossweave will most likely be cheap.
Levels 51 - 100 (Tier 3 Crafting) This is where things start to get tricky due to the possibility of needing schematics to further level up furnishing effectively. You will need a total of 142,075 experience to reach level 100. Tier 3 crafting for Furnishing follows this formula for experience:
Number of Materials * 24 Experience = Experience Output
Option 1 - Keep Crafting Rusty Iron Lanterns My first suggestion for leveling this tier is to craft 948 Rusty Iron Lanterns at 150 experience each for a total of 142,200 experience. The Rusty Iron Lantern requires 15x Iron Ingots, 5x Oil, and 5x Fiber to craft. Total required materials:
14,220x Iron Ingots
Base materials for up-crafting:
56,880x Iron Ore
Rusty Iron Lantern’s base tax value is 0.13. Without any tax modifiers you will need to spend 123.24 gold to just craft them.
My reasoning behind this is because the value of the Iron Ore is better at the Tier 2 crafting level than it is at the Tier 3 crafting level. This also saves you from spending any flux/refining material that would be needed for Tier 3 refining. Additionally you will not need to learn any schematics in order to complete this.
Option 2 - Cherry Sheets Bunk Bed [Schematic Required] The other suggestion for leveling Tier 3 Furnishing is to craft 124 Cherry Sheets Bunk Beds and 250 Maple Stain (25 crafts) for 141,972 experience. You will need to learn the Schematic: Cherry Sheets Bunk Bed to learn this recipe. The Cherry Sheets Bunk Bed requires 35x Lumber, 10x Iron Ingots, and 2x Maple Stain and the Maple Stain requires 10x Weak Solvents and 4x Oil to craft and create 10 at a time. Total required materials:
248x Maple Stain
34,749x Green Wood
17,375x Aged Wood
4,964x Iron Ore
250x Weak Solvents
Cherry Sheets Bunk Beds' base tax value is 0.37 and the Maple Stain is 0.11. Without any tax modifiers you will need to spend 45.88 gold to craft them.
The main reason this craft is good for Tier 3 crafting is because the metal used isn’t steel like all the other crafts, but iron. This is the only recipe that iron ore is worth more than the 1.0 experience per craft; however I think this is an oversight from AGS and I expect this to be fixed in the coming patches?
Levels 101 - 150 (Tier 4 Crafting) At this point you will need certain schematics to further level up furnishing effectively. You will need a total of 961,075 experience to reach level 150. Tier 4 crafting for Furnishing follows this formula for experience:
Number of Materials * 96 Experience = Experience Output
Powder Horn [Schematic Required]
For leveling Tier 4 you will want to craft 477 Powder Horn for 961,632 experience. You will need to salvage the Schematic: Powder Horn to learn this recipe. The Powder Horn requires 1x Animal Horn, 15x Gunpowder, and 5x Beeswax. Total required materials:
477x Animal Horn
14,310x Green Wood
Powder Horn’s base tax value is 0.92. Without any tax modifiers you will need to spend 438.84 gold to craft the set.
TIP: With the 1.1 patch Into the Void, Beeswax has a chance to be harvested from honey trees in place of honey.
Levels 151+ (Tier 5 Crafting) Here you will need certain schematics to further level up furnishing effectively. You will need a total of 5,989,843 experience to reach level 200. Tier 5 crafting for Furnishing follows this formula for experience:
Number of Materials * 320 Experience = Experience Output
Rusty Iron Candelabra [Schematic Required]
For leveling Tier 5 you will want to craft 892 Rusty Iron Candelabra for 5,994,240 experience. You will need to salvage the Schematic: Rusty Iron Candelabra to learn this recipe. The Rusty Iron Candelabra requires 15x Orichalcum Ingot, 5x Beeswax, and 1x Fire Mote. Total required materials:
13,380x Orichalcum Ingot
892x Fire Mote
Base materials for up-crafting:
107,040x Orichalcum Ore
160,560x Starmetal Ore
642,240x Iron Ore
187,320x Green Wood
Rusty Iron Candelabra’s base tax value is 2.19. Without any tax modifiers you will need to spend 1,953.48 gold to craft the set.
Rusty Iron Candelabra is the only Tier 5 craft that makes use of 1 refining material to up-craft a Tier 5 item. It is for this reason this craft is the most effective way to level Tier 5 crafting of Furnishing. It is also for this reason that many players are seeking out Beeswax to level up their Furnishing.
Enhancing Your Furnishing
Buffs and perks are the 2 main ways to enhance your Trade Skills, however Furnishing is one that doesn’t have any. There are no perks or buffs that are for Furnishing, so you don’t have to seek out any gear or temporary buffs to increase this Trade Skill.
This section covers all the known Artifacts for Furnishing and the Artifacts that are required to see them. Artifact crafting requires you to have the item in your bag(s) for the recipe to appear at the crafting station.
Furnishing Experience Table A breakdown of the Furnishing Experience table. Aptitude experience values can be found in our Aptitude guide. Character XP is the amount of experience your character earns when your Furnishing level increases.