Stardew Valley Carpenter
Robin is a carpenter and she runs her Carpenter’s Shop located north of Pelican Town, in the Mountain. Robin lives in the same building, along with Sebastian, Maru, and Demetrius. The shop is usually open between 9 AM and 5 PM.
In the carpenter shop, you can buy various furniture, as well as upgrades for your Farmhouse. Robin also buys clay and sells stone and wood. Here you can also choose new buildings. Next day after you buy a building, Robin will begin construction. Usually, this process takes two days. When you upgrade your Farmhouse and complete the Community Center (or buy a JojaMart membership), you’ll be also able to buy a Community Upgrade for 950 wood and 500,000 gold. If you purchase it, Robin will build a new house for Pam and Penny (if you’re not married to Penny). When playing Stardew Valley game in a multiplayer mode, only the host player can buy the Community Upgrade.
When Robin is building a Barn, she stays inside and you cannot communicate with her in any way. Therefore, you cannot give her a gift, which may be a problem if it’s her birthday.
Even when the shop is closed, the house is still accessible between 9 AM and 8 PM. You won’t be able to visit the shop on Tuesdays because Robin is at Pierre’s General Store, along with Marnie, Caroline, Emily, and Jodi. On her way, Robin walks by the shopping station at 9:40 AM, and if you come in advance and use the station while she passes, you’ll still be able to shop. She returns home at 8:50 PM, and at this time, you can do the same trick while she walks by the station.
The shop is also closed on Fridays, at 4 PM, when Demetrius and the Stardew Valley carpenter go to the Stardrop Saloon. If you catch Robin as she passes the shopping station on her way out, you’ll also be able to shop.
The Carpenter’s Shop is always closed on Summer 18th when Robin visits Harvey’s Clinic.
Please keep in mind that the prices of stone and wood increase when you reach the second game year. Prepare to pay 5× the price of the first year after you receive a letter from Robin on Spring 1st. However, if you sell wood or stone to Robin, you’ll get the same money as before.
The standard stock includes Small Window, Basic Window, Plasma TV, Budget TV, Floor TV, Seasonal Plant, Calendar, Log Section, Furniture Catalogue, Basic Log, Stone Fireplace, Brick Fireplace, Stove Fireplace, and recipes for Stone Brazier, Wooden Brazier, Carved Brazier, Barrel Brazier, Skull Brazier, Gold Brazier, Stump Brazier, Marble Brazier, Iron Lamp-post, Wood Lamp-post, Straw Floor, Wood Floor, Stone Floor, Crystal Path, and Stepping Stone Path. There are also dozens of items in a rotating stock, including chairs, tables, plants, etc.
There are many buildings available. Some of them are used to house animals. Barns and Coops can be upgraded so that you can house more animals or new types of animals. When building new buildings, you should consider available space. For example, the size of a Shipping Bin is 2×1, while the size of a Slime Hutch is 11×6. Make sure you have enough tiles available to build what you want. Shipping Bins and Cabins are built as soon as you buy them, while Barns and Coops take three days to complete.
You can also move the existing buildings at the Carpenter’s Shop. It’s free and the action applies immediately. All the buildings can be moved along with all their contents. Here’s a list of the available buildings: Coop, Barn, Deluxe Barn, Big Barn, Big Coop, Shed, Deluxe Coop, Silo, Mill, Well, Slime Hutch, Log Cabin, Stable, Stone Cabin, Shipping Bin, and Plank Cabin.