I really did think that my longest lasting hobby ever had died until I saw a picture of a bed, a basic bed made up of a few rectangles. I opened milkshape, uvmapper and my trusty rusty photoshop elements 3 and got to it. I got carried away with the enjoyment of simply making things. Sometimes you can work your butt off but it never quite gets to what you want it to be and this lot just flowed, probably because I wasn't thinking of the sharing with everyone thing which creates enormous pressure btw. Testing time produced a few flaws for game play but I managed to sort them out without major migraines.
I know that there are fewer updates for Sims 2 nowadays but the game isn't over until we say it is. It is a wonderfully creative outlet with very few constraints and endless possibilities. I am still learning things five years on from when I first started.
Back to Kia; different bits can be used in different rooms. As I hate having routing issues in a hallway and sims need a place to put their bills,preferably next to a front door, I designed the console table to be slim enough so that they could pass by it. There are 3 extra deco slots for very small things....so choose wisely, ie, the orchid-in-sisalbasket needs to be rotated to fit well on the sides. Leave the middle space for post unless you only play to decorate.
The two cube endtable fits snugly under the big appartment life window but will only hold objects with cheat "moveobject on". Why? I haven't the foggiest. If you have Al you can stack them as high as you want and come up with all sorts of combinations. If not, everything is still base game compatible.
The only repository part are the baskets slaved to the orchid and a fair few separate recolours for each. Oh and the wardrobe is completely empty. Small picture frame is slaved to BV poster and the wall frames are slaved to the Olive Peynter with 3 new painting recolours.
Well, there you go. I can't think of anything else apart from that sisal baskets rule forever! ...and I babbled....alot.
17 new meshes and a collection file included in the download. I hope you enjoy using this as much as I enjoyed making it.
ps, pictured but not included: bedding and brown shade lamp from Aurore, catnip from Pebbles and squiggly lamp from Bamboozled.
UPDATE 13 March: the bed was not recolourable so that should be fixed. The updated bed is included in the main download.