This expansion pack also gave a nice assortment of new objects were also added for children and teenage bedrooms. They is now able to use The Sims 3 children's bunk beds, loft beds, have lava lamps, and decorate their room with new toys that they can interact with too.
In the majority of the previous expansion and stuff packages for that game, these age groups were generally neglected when it came to new content. The addition of new activities and new objects, your children and teenagers is now a more enjoyable age ranges to play with in game.
The new objects added to the “Generations” expansion pack really expanded your options of decorating for children and teenage bedrooms.
There are four new bunk beds and also matching loft style beds for Sims to use. Adults can sleep in these too, but generally these are generally used through the younger Sims. Each set also offers a bedside table which can be placed through the bed to hold special objects and/or possibly a lamp.
When starting a Sim’s bedroom, stick to one style of furniture and then customize it for the Sim’s personality. Change the hue of the wood or bedding to really make it unique for your Sims. You could use shades of colors inside bedding for your fabric with a chair in the room or perhaps the curtains. Put up new paint or wallpaper for that room that matches the feel of the bedroom.
Depending for the Sim’s age, make use of the décor items and/or kids circumstances to decorate the bedroom with. Use the new kinds of loveseats or bean bags before one with the new kid-themed flat screen TVs that's placed for the wall. Decorate with a few of the new toys and cool new lava lamps making it kid or teenage friendly and finish off the area.
Using children's bunk beds in your Sim’s home is really helpful when trying to avoid wasting space when you've got multiple children instead of enough rooms to allow them to each have their very own. The children's bunk beds saves space and opens up more room for that kids room to own room to try out or place in other items for them to use, like a new TV or desk.
There are four new forms of new bunk beds intended for purchase in-game while using “Generations” expansion pack.
Bare Bones Bunk Bed - Costs: $450
Great Haven Bunk Bed - Costs: $800
The Sinuous Sleeper Bunk Bed - Costs: $975
King Launergan’s Royal Bunk Bedding - Costs: $1200
Note: The higher priced the bed is, the greater comfort level it has. Higher quality is actually better, if you decide to have the Simoleons, go ahead and purchase the higher priced The Sims 3 children's bunk beds models on your Sims. Don’t possess the cash? Use The Sims 3 money cheat and go on and upgrade your Sim’s furnishings!
The Sims 3 loft beds are similar to the bunk beds. They save space, but instead of having two beds in a, it has just one bed with open space underneath it. The open space may be used to place a desk, dresser, or other things that would otherwise undertake more space within the room. This really helps when decorating bedrooms that multiple Sims use.
There are four kinds of new loft beds designed for purchase in-game using the “Generations” expansion pack.
Bare Bones Loft Bed - Costs: $450
Great Haven Loft Bed - Costs: $800
The Sinuous Sleeper Loft Bed - Costs: $975
King Launergan’s Royal Loft Bedding - Costs: $1200
Although most of the time bunkbeds are used for teenagers and children, they are able to also really help out Sims inside the “Young Adult” age that needs to save lots of on space when moving into a small studio apartment or starter home. These beds allow them to get a roommate or move into a fresh home which has a sibling and never having to worry about where to place the beds in the one bedroom residential lot.
The loft style bedding helps as well because they're able to place their dresser in the spare room or a desk. The only issue with using this type of bedding with Sims which are Young Adult age and older though is they can’t have The Sims 3 WooHoo in single sized beds!
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