Are you stuck on how to decorate your farm? Need some Fae Farm farm ideas to spark your creativity? Well, you’ve come to the right place, farmer!
In our quest to find ways to beautify our farms (seriously, our crops are haphazardly everywhere), we came across 10 amazing Fae Farm farm layouts and ideas that are too good not to share.
From picnic nooks to adding a seasonal park, these ideas will elevate the look of your farm to the next level.
1. An Organized Garden Is a Beautiful Garden
A messy garden won’t help with productivity and efficiency, but a beautiful and organized garden is pleasing to the eyes and mind. This is the Fae Farm inspo we got from Josh’s Gaming Garden.
In one of his streams, he shows how he redesigned his farm in real-time. You can see how he arranged his crops in 5×5 plots, added paths in between, and then fenced different sections.
If you’re more of a visual learner, check out his video for a step-by-step guide on how to achieve this Fae Farm farm layout.
2. Give Your Animals a Cozy Hangout Area
Everyone who has played Fae Farm knows how much wandering farm animals do!
They’re adorable, but they do keep running up to me when I’m watering my crops (“Water? No! Gib more pets and brushing pls.”).
A great solution I’ve found is to give them their own cozy nook. This idea from Raeven_Skye shows how you can make a fenced area for your animals and decorate it in a simple but equally cute way.
A couple of Hay Bales here, a Hay Bundle there, some fences, and an Animal Lure at the center, and voila—a cute and simple corner for your animals.
3. A Buzzing Base For Your Bees
Cozy animal hangouts? We have another one on our list, but this time it’s dedicated to the buzzingly cool bees in the game!
To show their a-bee-ciation for their bees, Samboosa on Fae Farm’s official Discord shared their bee hive area with the community.
With creatively placed paths, fences, shrubbery, and flower beds, it’s a pretty place to hang out and watch the bees work.
4. Make a Secret Witchy Hideaway For Your Secret Witchy Ways
Have you ever wanted to feel like a mysterious witch brewing potions in a secluded forest? In this next entry, it’s definitely possible with a little creative ingenuity.
Reddit user JuanJoelJimenez shares their awesome idea of putting up an outdoor brewing station surrounded by oak trees.
Add some critter conservatories and a training dummy, and your secret witch nook is done!
5. Have Afternoon Tea in a Pink Picnic Area
If you’re a fan of pink and love picnics, this idea will probably make your little pink heart dance!
User001414 shares on Reddit their brilliant Fae Farm picnic idea of using pink flowers, oak logs, and other pink items, with a cameo of their adorable pink Cottontail.
And if you’re wondering how to get a pink Cottontail, you’ll have to visit the Fae Realm’s animal breeding shop to get the pink charm.
6. Add a Magical Fairy Square in Your Farm
Fae Farm has tickled the hearts of many people whose childhood wish was to be a “fairy” on a magical farm.
So, why not show your fondness for fairies by putting a dedicated fairy square on your farm?
Reddit user timmy004 shares their wonderful fairy-filled farm design. On one square plot, they turned it into a magical space with Customization Mirrors attached to critter conservatories to look like fairy portals!
With some magical-looking paths, trees, and flowers, timmy004 did a marvelous job of making this fairy area stand out.
Excuse me while I spoil my fairy-obsessed inner child with this idea!
7. Arrange Your Flowers in a Rainbow
Breeding flowers in Fae Farm isn’t an easy task. You go through lots of trial and error attempts and need a lot of patience and luck to be successful.
So once you’ve bred every single flower color in the game, it’s understandable that you want to display it in a dazzling way.
A great way to show how proud you are of your flowers is by arranging them by color to form a rainbow!
Reddit user -BEE01 shared their beautiful flower rainbow idea just days after the game was released.
They sure worked hard and fast for such an amazing Fae Farm farm design.
8. Get Creative With Flower Bed Placements
Here’s another flower layout that you can do while you’re in the process of breeding all flower colors.
Flower breeding requires you to place empty beds in between flowers, but you can get creative with these spaces by arranging them in certain ways, as shown here by Reddit user 5NewOrleans4 / AmayahSerene.
In their post, they showed how they arranged and placed their flowers and flower beds. Some flowers are in a square, while some are patterned like a cross, with spaces in between.
9. Create Seasonal Parks in Your Farm
The changing of the seasons is beautifully reflected in the foliage, crafted items, and surroundings of Fae Farm.
Plants change, snow items are introduced, and the overall feel of the place becomes different.
To go with this change, you can add a park that reflects the season! Cindy on Fae Farm’s official Discord server shares these amazing park ideas.
The first one is a spring park and the second one is a tiny winter wonderland.
Beautiful flowers surround and help fence the area, while Fae Potted Mushrooms light up the entrance.
10. Make a Splash With a Pool on Your Farm
Spring and winter parks are cool and all, but summer needs a time in the spotlight too. What better way to do that than by adding a pool on your farm?
Timmy004 shares this summer paradise on Reddit. This Fae Farm farm design can be achieved by crafting an ice path and surrounding it with Low Stone Fences.
The “pool” is also surrounded by colorful fruit trees that add to the tropical vibe of the area. It’s a great way to eternally keep a piece of summer through the seasons!
11. Enjoy a Rustic Autumn-Themed Farm
We’ve got winter, spring, and summer, but what about autumn?
Thankfully, Fae Farm Discord member Kayla shared on the Farm-Inspo channel a wonderful Fae Farm layout inspired by the autumn season.
With pumpkins, patches of grass, paths, wooden fences, and other log-themed items, it captures the rustic Autumn charm brilliantly. And instead of a pool, they turned the ice path into a pond.
Fans of this season will get a kick out of this always-autumn idea!
12. Messy? It’s Cluttercore Aesthetics!
Some people value minimalism and austerity—the fewer the items, the better it is for them.
But the yin to the yang of that is cluttercore, where a plethora of objects are placed to reflect the person’s style.
Although they didn’t define their wonderful Fae Farm layout as such, Reddit user Starbuckk056’s farm shows the cozy, warm, and lived-in aesthetics of cluttercore. Everything is placed with purpose and love.
What makes it even more impressive is that they designed this shortly after the game was released. Some talented people work fast!