Read this Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch (ACNH) guide on Inventory Space! Find out about ultimate pocket stuffing, how to increase & upgrade inventory size to get 40 slots!Check Out Our Beginner Tips Guide Here
Increase Inventory Space - Ultimate Pocket Stuffing
How To Increase Pocket Space
In the Resident Services Nook Stop, you can purchase an inventory expansion item called the Pocket Organization Guide. Though it costs 5000 miles, it will increase your inventory slots by 10, to 30 max slots! This will give you a lot of leeway when item comes to items, so we recommend this.
Expand Inventory Size By A Further 10 Slots
After you've upgraded your Resident Services into a proper building, you'll be able to access the next inventory slot upgrade. This will give you an additional 10 slots for a total of 40 max slots! However, it will cost you 8,000 Miles.Check Out How to Earn Nook Miles Fast Here!
How To Organize Your Inventory Space
Keep Your Pockets Tidy
By holding the A Button, you can move items around in your inventory. Try to organize your inventory in an intuitive way!
Use Your Storage Box
Once you've paid off your initial 5000 Mile Loan, you'll gain access to storage in your house. This box has 80 slots to start, so make sure you make use of it!
Use The Space In Your House
At the beginning of the game, you probably won't have a lot of furniture, so it's worth using your house space as storage. Place items you can't hold there temporarily! However, watch out, as this can negatively affect your island's evaluation!Check Out Island Evaluations Here!
Sell Items You Don't Need
Don't let items clutter up your inventory - when in doubt, sell it! Bells can be used for a myriad of purposes that will make your game more enjoyable, including buying furniture... but also loan repayment. Resist the temptation to be a hoarder!Check Out How To Farm Bells Fast
Burying Is Always An Option
Although somewhat unorthodox, it's also possible to bury items in the ground! If you know you're not going to need an item for a while, feel free to bury it. Just be careful not to forget where you buried it!