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Monday, June 29, 2015

Modern Collection #3

Here is a new part of Modern Collection series. Once again in black, red and white:

Bed is semi-functional - usable, but not animated and sleeping Sims aren't visible. Not rug-based this time, because it was made ages ago - before I learned how to make rug-based beds (actually it is my very first finished bed). This is not a direct conversion of well known TS2 bed - I was able to find very similar free 3D-model and slightly edited it to resemble original as much as possible. A TS1 base is by Linda Celis @ Natural Elements, used with her permission. A thingy, which looks as electronic alarm clock, is a radio, it goes everywhere from floor to shelves and have all radio-stations included. Ceiling lamp is based on SSoW's Anywhere lamp, so it doesn't need floor support. An elephant is not just deco - it's a table. It is slightly oversized and bleeds a bit on some rotations.
Floor, used on a preview pic is by Nyx, wall - from my previous update.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Mixed bag of walls

Here's some matching walls to items from previous post:

A cool breeze from North

Add to your dictionary a new term – nordic chic! Also it is often called scandinavian modern and even though it isn't actually so new – still very trendy. It uses a lot of fair woods and raw natural materials, muted tones, graphical prints, industrial fixtures, mid-century design icons and ethnic finds from all over the world. Throw here a couple of vintage furniture pieces along with some IKEA accents from their latest catalog and that will be it! Simple, clean, somewhat minimalistic, highly functional, clever and slightly ironic. The best background for nordic style rooms are pure white or grey painted walls and light wood floors everywhere except the bathroom, though raw concrete also goes well with it.

A framed star actually is a lamp. Take a look in game, how nice it glows in the dark! I've mistakenly labeled it as a floor lamp, but it can be placed on surfaces as well. Faux fireplace is... a table, lol! You can place up to 4 items on it. Light bulb, as it's based on SSoW's Anywhere lamp, doesn't need floor support. Chair is a normal chair and table is a table (dining, desk, sideboard, whatever). Other items are purely decorative.

I'm in love with this style and will bore you endlessly. You've been warned! ;)