Edited by makreth on June 5, 2017 12:59PM
Storage in Eso can be a little frustrating especially when someone has a lot of characters or is gathering set items to try out new builds and gameplays. Zos recently announced that double slots are coming for the bank however I'm here to suggest something more to an extent that would make housing even more desireable to people.
As it is now housing doesn't serve a real purpose, anything in house can be found just in a city, a bank, a vendor even guild traders.
1) Add a wayshrine furnishing (there is one already I've heard) and make it interactable, click on to travel.
2) Special Containers. These could work like the new double bank slots, kind of. If you are an eso+ you can place items in there for a future use or whatever you want for. With the expiration of eso+ you can no longer store in there items but you can still retrieve anything you like.
3)Ways to increase +max player limit. Of course there needs to be a limit to a small zone like the house zones but still there could be a way to increase the limit like +5 or +10 players. This is especially needed for guild houses, which are not here yet.
4) More interactable objects, beds, wardrobes (opening a wardrobe or a nightstand animations), harp,hammock swinging etc. and etc. There are so many things that can be done.
5) Npcs. As it is now I think you can only have what purchased (pets excluded). So here we go, a banker and a merchant. I would add some more NPCs like: Bard, Dancers, Guards-Bodyguards, Cook-Chef, Bartender, Enchanter merchant, stable boy, cleaning lady and any kind you can imagine.
6) Others have suggested that a bonus to exp would be a good idea as well the more you stay in your house the more "rested" experience you get up to a limit.
Capacity increase on placeable objects much like the c) suggestion8)
Crafting nodes and provisioning containers. These could be looted or extracted with a long cooldown but still give a nice touch on your house.9)
mannequins to equip your armor and have a collection of them in your house and/or even a way to preview how they look.
Any thoughts, suggestions?