Furnishings in ESO
Furnishings are any items that may be placed in player homes in ESO (Elder Scrolls Online). These items may be obtained from several sources, including merchants (the ESO Luxury Vendor/ Furnisher for example), guild traders, crafting, questing, drops from monsters, or purchased with crowns in the store or via the editor.
Housing-specific stores include Achievement Furnishers who sell items to those who have completed specific achievements, Home Goods Merchants who offer local rocks and flora, as well as the Luxury Vendur/ Luxury Furnisher who periodically cycles through offerings.
Additionally, some collectibles may also be placed in the home, such as pets, mounts, assistants, and trophies, though some limitations apply.
Players may also acquire and place functional furnishings such as crafting stations, target dummies, and more.
Each home has a maximum number of furnishings and collectibles that may be placed in it based on its size. This amount is doubled for ESO Plus members.
Storage Furnishings in ESO
Storage furnishings in ESO can be placed in a home and used to access a set amount of personal storage by the owner. As collectibles, only one instance of each storage collectible may be placed per home, though it may be placed in every home.
To use a storage furnishing, first travel to your home, and navigate to the Storage section of the Services category of the housing editor to place your collectible. Once you’ve placed a storage furnishing, you can interact with it in your home to deposit or withdraw items from that particular collectible. Each one has its own storage, separate from all other item storage. Unlike bank storage, ingredients stored in chests and coffers will not be used when crafting, and stored equipment will not appear in deconstruction, research or upgrade windows at crafting stations.
Storage collectibles may be acquired from Rolis Hlaalu, the Mastercraft Mediator for Master Writs, from any Tel Var General Merchant, or from the Crown Store. You may also acquire a single unique Storage Collectible from the Level Up Rewards. You can store all furnishings you buy from the ESO Luxury Furnisher in there, for example, for later use if you don't need it instantly or can't use it immediately.
Permissions for Homes
All home-owning players in ESO have a primary residence, which may be changed as desired. The primary residence is the default home other players with access will visit when traveling to an offline player’s home. Players may set access to their homes with varying levels of permissions per individual or guild. Those set to Visitor may enter and interact with various objects but may not move any furnishings, whereas those set to Decorator may do so. Note: Players with Decorator access to other player’s homes may move already placed furnishings, but they may not add or remove items in any home they do not own. They cannot access the Storage Furnishings or change permissions.
Some achievements will give you special rewards. Press J to open the journal and select the Achievements tab in the top right corner. The ESO Luxury Furnisher doesn't sell anything based on achievements.
Completing achievements can provide lots of different rewards:
- Dyes to color your equipment
- Cosmetic Collectibles
- Undaunted Reputation
- Ability to purchase rare homes and furnishing for gold