Furniture, more commonly referred to as "Furni", are virtual items that may be used in Habbo to decorate and customise rooms. Furni comes in many different styles and colors and each one serves a unique purpose to create more of a 'virtual life' experience, whether it be laying down, opening a fridge or changing the colors of a room. You can view your furniture that is not in a room in your inventory. Certain furniture can be traded between users, which makes them an integral part of the economy.
Releases[edit | edit source]
New Furni is constantly being released as Sulake develops more ideas for holidays, seasons, events and for their own styles. Many releases are themed after real life objects such as Urban/Grunge, which are themed after real life objects in urban cities.
Furni Values[edit | edit source]
In Habbo, there are generally two groups of value with furniture. The first group is normal furni or "norms". These are the least sought after and usually, the least expensive furniture in the game (depending on how sought after it is). The second group is rare furni or "rares". These are the most sought after furniture in-game and some of the most expensive ones. Different furni can have different rarities depending on how much of the item was purchased, how much is still in the economy, how expensive it was when released, and what the current value of the item is to the community. In certain cases, value of the furni to the community outweighs the quantity in the hotel. An example of this is with the Throne, where there are thousands of thrones in-game, yet they are still considered to be very valuable by the community, and therefore highly sought after.
Norms[edit | edit source]
Normal furni or "Norms", is furniture that is easily available at low costs to anyone. Norms are usually furniture that was released in the Shop. Due to this, the value goes down significantly since everyone has access to it at cheap prices. Most Norms cost anywhere from 1 - 50 Credits. Examples of norms include the Freeze Tile, Skate Rail, and Banzai Puck.
Rares[edit | edit source]
Different Furni can have different rarities depending on how much of the item was bought, how much is still in the economy, how expensive it was when released, and what the current value of the item is to the community. In certain cases, value of the furni to the community outweighs the quantity in the hotel. An example of this is with the Throne, where there are thousands of thrones in-game, yet they are still considered to be very valuable by the community, and therefore highly sought after. There are two different types of rares, Normal Rares, and Super Rares.
Normal Rares[edit | edit source]
Normal Rares are rare furni that are common in-game, but not common enough to be considered normal. These furni are usually worth 60 - 100 Credits. Examples of these include certain Fans, Dragons, and Pillows. There are certain cases where the value of the furniture in Coins may be as low as a Normal Furni, but the value to the community still classifies it as a Normal Rare.
Super Rares[edit | edit source]
Super Rares are rare furni that are extremely rare in-game, or valued incredibly high by the Habbo community. These furni are worth anywhere from 200 Credits to over 10,000 Credits depending on the rarity. Examples of these include Pink Dragon Lamp, Throne, and The Moodi Machine.
Acquiring Furni[edit | edit source]
Furni can be obtained by either purchasing it with Credits, winning games, participating in events, and trading with other users for their Furni. Most Norms can be obtained easily by going to coin shops, where prices are usually low depending on the furni you require.
Free Furni[edit | edit source]
It is possible to obtain free furniture. Some methods include winning user made games, participating in official events, and going to user hosted giveaways. However, be aware never to use external sites to try and gain furniture. Many are scams and may harm your computer and account. The best methods are ones that work in-client.
Floor Items[edit | edit source]
This includes floor object's such as the Throne, Exchange, Kitchen Item's, etc. These are all considered floor item's. This means they can only be placed on the floor, never on the wall. It is estimated over 95% of all Furni in the hotel are Floor Items.
Wall Items[edit | edit source]
Furni, such as windows, flags, sticky notes, etc., are all considered wall items. Posters will also occasionally have other Furni States like floor furni. Unlike floor objects, you can put wall items on top of each other repeatedly with no stacking involved, although there is a limit to how many can be put in one room at a time.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Many hotels do not always have the same furni as others due to advertisement campaigns being combined with the type of furni. This also applies for Rares.
See also[edit | edit source]
Links[edit | edit source]
- Museum Of Habbo - An in-game museum that shows most furni items released in the hotel.