A Sim’s home is his quiet place of respite, and in addition to the obvious living rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms, a Sim may need the quietest of places to rest his mind after a long day of simoleon earning: a study. But where should the discerning Simmer place such a study? What should she include other than a desk and bookshelves? Check out the beautiful study examples from Tamara, Brandi, Dominique, and Sarah!
📚 Note Sarah and Tamara’s brilliant use of space: create a comfortable nook for your Sims beneath staircases for a cozy effect.
📚 Sarah continues to use space wisely in her larger study area: remember, your Sims appreciate walking space! Sarah’s larger space isn’t so huge that the study feels /barren/, but she has just the right space to furniture ratio so that the room doesn’t feel claustrophobic.
📚Consider including a fireplace and additional seating for quiet conferences.
📚Consider chess tables and bubble areas to fill space.
📚Section off parts of your study with area rugs!
📚 Dominique includes not only bookcases and seating areas but also a section for plant-tending and magical studies!
📚Use low mood lighting to help your Sim wind down.
What are your favorite study room tips? Share out in the comments below!
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