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You gotta do it eventually!

 One of the fun things about The Sims 4 is the improved Build Mode. And of course, every Sims player has to try to build their own house in the game eventually. I started working on my house this weekend (I'm not done yet) and I thought it would be helpful to pass along some of the tips I have learned over the years.

It's easy to get tripped up trying to figure out the relative size and position of each room and its layout. Think of each square on the grid as being roughly the size of one person, or one refrigerator. This can help you eyeball distances.

If you want to get precise about it, each grid square is approximately one meter.

Start Simple
Start by creating one room, then use that as a reference point for all the other rooms. I began by creating the central living room, and built out from there. It's always easier to gauge the size of something relative to something else, instead of having to guess or measure each.

Can't figure out how to make something? Google it! I spent a lot of time running Google queries like "how to make an attic in Sims 4" and "how to make a walk in closet in Sims 4." The internet has some incredible resources out there, posted by generous and helpful Sims players like yourself.


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