Sunday, 18 September 2016

Butterfly Ranch- A Mid-Century Home






This is one of the homes I used to showcase my Vaulted Ranch Build Set a few weeks ago. Tow of the four homes were just facades, but the other two, including this one, were a bit more advanced in design. So I finished these homes up and sharing them with all of you. Do note, these are unfurnished and I will not be doing furnished versions, so please do not ask.

The home features:
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • open plan dining/kitchen
  • price: $51,591
  • 40x30 lot size
  • Unfurnished
This Home Uses content from:

You can find the house on the gallery under my origin ID: peacemaker_ic. Be sure to turn on "custom content" filtering in advanced options.


If you don't want to use the gallery, you can download the house from one of the download links below.

To install into your game, Extract the archive then navigate to The Sims 4 folder in My Documents. Find the Tray folder and place ALL of the files you extracted from the archive into it. Open your game and find the home in your library, just as if you dl'd it directly from the gallery. Ensure "include custom content" is active in advanced options if lot includes cc.

Download:

Friday, 16 September 2016

Apex Ranch - A Mid-Century Home


This was the test bed home for my Vaulted Ranch Set when I was designing it. The home helped out and lot and was designed to use the majority of the items I made. Since it was basically complete, I decided to share it, along with the Butterfly Ranch. As usual, this home is unfurnished and a furnished version will not be supplied.

The home features:
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • open plan dining/kitchen
  • price: $55,719
  • 40x30 lot size
  • Unfurnished
This Home Uses content from:
  • Basegame
  • Get to Work
  • Get Together
  • Perfect Patio
  • Romantic Garden
  • Spa Day


You can find the house on the gallery under my origin ID: peacemaker_ic. Be sure to turn on "custom content" filtering in advanced options.


If you don't want to use the gallery, you can download the house from one of the download links below.

To install into your game, Extract the archive then navigate to The Sims 4 folder in My Documents. Find the Tray folder and place ALL of the files you extracted from the archive into it. Open your game and find the home in your library, just as if you dl'd it directly from the gallery. Ensure "include custom content" is active in advanced options if lot includes cc.

Download:

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Rubicon Jute Rugs



I found these rugs on West Elm when looking for dining and bathroom inspiration. I really love jute rugs and I love colour, so these were right up my alley. There were only 14 initially, but i added a white and purple to round up the range of colours. 

The Build/Buy items feature:
  • basegame compatibility
  • non-default
  • 16 style choices
  • Style tool compatible
  • custom thumbnails
  • Costs $160
  • Credit to West Elm where I found the rugs
The archive contains the  package file and style image. Extract the archive using WinZIP or winRAR and place the package file in your mods folder, then look for them in your game. I hope you enjoy.

Download:

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Don't reupload or include my content in a download behind money-generating URL shorteners!

I should not have to state this, its in my TOU. Please read it and familiarise yourself. Don't be a dick and ignore it. I spend time here because I love the creation process but people that do this shit slowly taints it for me. So don't be a dick and include my content in a download behind a url-shortener designed to generate money for YOU. That is just plain ass greedy benefiting from someone else's hard work.

This will fall on deaf ears and if I deem it so, i will have the content removed for violation. I don't care if you have 50K subscribers on YT and they want you to upload the content. There is no excuse so stop making them.

Saturday, 3 September 2016

Vaulted Ranch: An MCM-Inspired Build Set







My second build-mode set, I wanted something a bit more contemporary so i went for an MCM style set. I love the half-hipped roofing by always lamented the lack of low-pitch windows or them. You could guarantee angled windows for 45 degree angles, but anything lower then that were just out of the question. Not anymore though, I have solved that issue and I now have a great set for making modern homes with a MCM twist.

Due to the length of these posts and for ease of updating, you can find the download and info under the cut.