Legacy – An English Country Home (CC)

Hello friends! I have finally finished my very first build for download in Sims 4. There is a LOT… A LOT of pictures so lets jump right on it: This build is on a 64 X 64 lot and its … Continue reading

The Random House

Hi there fellow simmers,

Summer is fast approaching… well at least here in Florida. Yes, that’s right. That beautiful paradise full of water, sand, and alligators! Trust me they are everywhere.

So this time I have come to share pictures of the house I will be using for the second generation of The Randominovs, which will take place in Island Paradise during summer. Based on part of the roll which requires a change of scenery (meaning moving the family to another world) and also based on Rocco looking like a beach boy with that red hair and tan skin. He reminds me of California boys.

If you don’t believe me just look at that face,

faceIsn’t that face deserving of a paradise? And when we talk of paradise we talk of coconut trees in sandy beaches.

Anyway, let’s not deviate from our purpose here.

I got the original house from minasavenue, so it goes without saying that I won’t be putting this house up for download since it already is at her site – link has been provided below.

You can download the house at the creator’s site, here.


Of course the original house doesn’t look like this. I have remodeled the entire thing except from the basic structure. I changed guest bathroom into laundry room, did open kitchen plan, changed the stairs leading to the second floor, and the floridaroom was converted into an open porch. Phew, that was a lot of work, but it paid off.

Let’s take a look!

1The shots were taken in Sunlit Tides, but that isn’t important.

2Front porch.

3And we are inside. The stairs lead to the second floor (obviously. Why do I keep stating the facts?) One thing I noticed is the house is a bit dark inside.

4Dinning. Viewed from foyer area.

5Right of the dinning room is the living room, or reading haven. Whichever makes you happier.

6Ah! Some light. As you can see the open floor plan is the best thing anyone could come up with.

7Kitchen viewed from dinning. Yep, I love how things look framed.

8Here is a broader look for your convenience.

9The back porch which in the original house was just this bit here, and the rest was a florida room/sun room/covered porch… whatever.

10Now is open and bright!

11I would so take naps on that couch.

13The master bedroom. It has a mini office for decoration purposes only as the chair is not usable.

12I must say, without blowing my own horn really, this bedroom is a coastal dream. It is by far, my favorite bedroom out of all the ones I have decorated.

14What that sign says!

15The master bathroom has a more rustic feel to it, but it’s reminiscent of old coastal houses.

16I would prefer thicker curtains but the sims won’t mind.


18On the second floor we have a reading nook (the official one)


20And the family room. With more books. What can I say? I love decorating with bookcases.

21The girl’s room.

22A sharing bathroom, also the guest bathroom since I took the original tiny one and made it into a laundry room (which picture I do not show on this post. Odd, no?)

23The boy’s room, and perhaps future heir to my third generation of Randominovs.

24I just love how cozy his bed is.

And this is it! I’ll see you next time with family photos of the Randominovs. Can’t help myself. ^.^


Thanks for reading me,



P.S. If you want info on any of the items on this house please don’t be shy to ask me on a comment bellow. ^ ^

House By the Lake

Hi simmers!!

How is everyone doing this weekend? I come to show you something I’m working on that will most likely be up for download some time this month. It is a house I will feature in the next chapter of The Mellarks which will be posted next week. I told you guys I was inspired! Haha.

Here are a few pictures of grandma’s house by the lake:




I lost the two houses I was using for The Mellarks of Sunset Valley (Annabelle’s house and her grandmother’s) I could have used a house from my favorite creator (rubyred) but as much as I love her lots I wanted to create one myself. It just doesn’t feel right somehow. So this house happened.


Until next week,

stay close ๐Ÿ˜‰



In the Service of a Friend

Hello friends,


This time I come to tease you a bit, and I’m sorry for it.

I have finished the house I was working on for a dear friend, and I have come to show you all the results. However, I will not be uploading this house for public download. Instead, I hope to inspire you builders out there to build something today; or if you just like to decorate, to finish that room your sims have always wanted… are we really talking as if they were alive? Yes why, not? After all, our sims come to live every time we talk about them, write about them, blog about them… hope everyone likes the pictures. ๐Ÿ˜‰



The house is Colonial style Please click here to find the original blueprint, for which I take no credit.


The garage door is to the side, so the house is meant to be on a corner. It makes everything more interesting!


Doing the garden was a challenge.


Outdoor area by the pool.


A waterfall, the sun, and a crystal clear pool; what more can you ask for?


The back porch is a lot bigger than what it shows.


I’m still very much the novice when it comes to making pools, and roofs. But I’m getting the hang of it.


Inside the house. The foyer takes us to the dinning room, living room, and west side of the house.


Dinning room viewed from the foyer.


Living room viewed from the foyer.


Looking at the entrance of the house and part of the dinning room.


Viewed from the dinning room.


Viewed from the living room.


Let’s have some coffee!


The kitchen, which took quite a lot of thought to produce. He, he.


Breakfast it’s served!


East hallway, which lead us to the garage; the study room; a young adult room; and master bedroom.


Comfy corner in the east hallway.


The entrance to the garage is also the laundry room. What a way to save space! Ha!


The study room, or art room, or office. Make your choice.


Books, books, lots of books.


Perhaps this young adult is studying to be a fashion designer?


The entrance to the master bedroom is the walk-in closet. Wonderful!


I imagine I can spend many afternoons reading on this bed, while taking a peak once in a while at the pool.


But we also have a reading corner in this bedroom, so why not enjoy it?


And there is a bathroom. Inside the bedroom, yep.


Many towels, because one can’t ever be too sure.


West hallway, which leads us to 4 bedrooms and a bathroom.


Family corner is very important to have.


The second master bedroom. It’s smaller, but just as comfy.


A reading corner… yes, they all have one.


It’s own bathroom. Very small, but efficient.


The alone man! That is it’s title, it’s been decided.


A teen bedroom. What’s funny is behind that column hides a very tall bookcase.


The 3rd bathroom, which is open to guests as well.


Is the biggest bathroom in the house.


The kid’s bedroom. This family knows no limit!!


The pink room, as I call it.


All in all, the perfect family house. โค