My two big WIPs were hit by new bugs in the last patch and need to wait on fixes, so I decided to create another little starter, this one in a more traditional style of architecture. I didn’t want to try anything too revolutionary here; just wanted to make something cute. Here are more images of the home:
Entering the home, you’ll see that it’s a mostly open living space design:
I went with a red, white, and blue theme, not even consciously realizing that I was designing and would be uploading the home around July 4th, but that’s how it worked out.
While I didn’t create my own fireplace design this time, I did try to do something a little special with the backdrop for it:
There’s a small office space to the left:
Here’s a closer look at some of the kitchen area, which provides a pass-through bar:
The home’s key feature is the glassed in dining room, which you’ve gotten glimpses of. Here’s a closer look:
The sleeping area is small but comfy:
And the bathroom is of course small as well:
Here’s an overhead shot of the property:
And of the living spaces:
And that’s it! One advantage to designing a starter is that the project gets done more quickly (usually) and takes a lot less effort to show than larger projects. 🙂
Matchmaker costs $19,028 and is situated on a 20×15 lot (I used Oak Alcove in Newcrest). It has been thoroughly play tested, and I found no issues with it.
If you’re interested in taking a look at Matchmaker in game, click here to download the build from the online Gallery. Or, if you prefer, you can search for it in the game Gallery by its name, or by my hashtag, #bryscreations. Please be sure to place the home in build mode, so that lighting colors and intensities are preserved. Enjoy!