When the grind of modern life starts to take its toll, some sims might feel like they’d be better off in the Stone Age – and other sims make it happen.
When it comes time to change houses, some sims want to take it back to the basics, and some sims want to take it back to the basics. This cave home is the lot for the latter – everything a sim needs to maintain a happy life but nothing in the way of overly-modern accessories.
Entry for Sims Build-n-Share Challenge #113 When you’re young and in love, your ideal life is just getting away from it all to have time for the two of you. That’s exactly what the Honeymoon Hideaway provides – a full living experience, cozy enough for two, well away from the hustle and bustle. This romantic…
Chocolate-covered cherries? Devil’s Food cake with rich, black cherry icing? Wine and cacao? Whatever it reminds you of, this cozy dining room is sure to heat up your hunger – for both food and romance.
Carlos and Betty Merona are young newlyweds very much in love. This frugal couple saved on their wedding to have a very special home built for their honeymoon getaway. Away from all the worries of the world, it’s just the two of them – just the way they like it.
When identical twins can’t be separated, it’s time for an identical-unit duplex! This modern-styled home is nestled on a 20×15 lot for cozy living with a fun feel.
This is just a wooded lot, right? It doesn’t look like anyone even owns it…unless you venture to the heart of the woods, find a door, and dare to take the dark stair into the underground. That’s how some folks prefer it. This natural form of fencing, paired with an already-dark location in Forgotten Hollow, make the Afterlife Abode the ultimate private residence.
When life’s a party, it’s easy to find places to entertain yourself and others – but what about when afterlife’s a party? That’s when it’s time for a specialized room designer to step in.
Seth is the kind of guy who seems to know everyone, but no one really seems to know him that well. He’s been around a while, but when the topic of his age comes up, he deftly deflects with a quip about being “old enough,” and lets his surname do the rest of the talking for him.
Riverside Roost Redux is a remodel of the Riverside Roost in Willow Creek. This cute starter home needed a face lift and some extra space to accommodate a suddenly growing family, when four orphaned children were left in the care of their aunt and her wife. This remodel keeps the feel of the original home while adding interest and opportunities for the children.