jenba:

This second story room will be the nursery/kid’s room someday.

I need to play my Sims more so they can start makin’ babies.

Oooh 🙂 My walls 🙂 So cute.

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ajoya-sims:

Compare & Share!

I decided that since I’m now playing TS4 extensively- it was time for me to do another compare & share.

Compare & Share is when I do a full walk-through of my “rl” house and then create it in-game to play. I take snapshots of both and share with you!

p.s. Once again,  I try to create with very low cc as possible. I know the master bedroom in-game needs some work. As soon as I find | or create some comforters, pillows, and curtain dressings, I will update as soon as possible. 

(More to come: Bathroom, Kids room, Office & Launder.)

Hope you enjoy!

What a cute idea! I love your irl home, so cozy and warm and inviting! And your sim version is very true (especially with the limited options we have now ;)) Thanks for including my cc!

jenba:

Larissa at her desk in the master bedroom. I wish I could give her a home office, since she’s a journalist and will likely spend a lot of time on her computer, but the house is just too darned small. That’s the problem with building houses based on real life ones – they’re always teensy tiny on the inside – not much room for the extras that Sims seem to require.

Art CC by Saudade Sims and inabadromance. Wallpaper by Peacemaker IC.

🙂

melbrewer367:

saudade-sims4:

melbrewer367:

Doesn’t this just look like something a bored artsy teenager would do one day while their parents were gone and then the parents would come home and be all, “What have you done? Do you have any idea how much that cost? You’ve ruined a perfectly good desk!” and the teen would be all, “No, I fixed a perfectly boring desk! Now it’s awesome!” and the parents head would just explode?

Actually, It was just a test to figure out all the different parts of the texture, but I’m totally going for that vibe on some of the eclectic pieces.

Were you a bored artsy teenager, Mel? 😉 I love this! Want. Need. Also, thanks for the tip on how to figure out different parts of the texture. I don’t know what I’d do without you!

I was definitely that bored teenager. Mostly with stickers/posters/sharpie markers though. Rarely got paint involved. My dad once came home to all my wallpaper ripped down and me and my friends signatures on the walls. In my defense, it was a horrid pink heart/flower wallpaper my sister had picked out 15 years earlier when my dad remodeled the bedrooms and it was peeling off anyways!

lol! No pink heart/flowers for you, huh? I wasn’t artistic as a teen, more gloomy and pissed off 😉 I didn’t get artistic til I got my own place and found that I loved to paint and decorate. Those poor walls must have had at least 5 coats of different paint by the time I remodeled. 

Before I knew that we could only use S4S to clone and recolor one set of counters I cloned this one. It doesn’t come with a cabinet in game, so it’s only counters and islands.

There are 30 total recolors, 12 rich, 12 soft, and 6 neutral for both the counters and islands (so I guess that’s really 60 total :0)

I uploaded them to a folder so you can choose which files you want: rich, soft, neutral, or download them all 🙂 Be sure to download both the counter file and the island file for whichever set you want!

I didn’t take pics of all the islands but they match the counters perfectly. I wanted to do different counter tops but S4S won’t let me, I’m guessing b/c there’s only one counter top for the 3 original counters. So all the counter tops are white with a nice chrome trim.

Download at my

google drive

TOU: Don’t reupload and don’t claim as your own.

melbrewer367:

Doesn’t this just look like something a bored artsy teenager would do one day while their parents were gone and then the parents would come home and be all, “What have you done? Do you have any idea how much that cost? You’ve ruined a perfectly good desk!” and the teen would be all, “No, I fixed a perfectly boring desk! Now it’s awesome!” and the parents head would just explode?

Actually, It was just a test to figure out all the different parts of the texture, but I’m totally going for that vibe on some of the eclectic pieces.

Were you a bored artsy teenager, Mel? 😉 I love this! Want. Need. Also, thanks for the tip on how to figure out different parts of the texture. I don’t know what I’d do without you!