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The Sims 4 City Living Apartment Renovations: 19 Culpepper House

Renovation videos for The Sims is something that has always intrigued me. There are so many different ways you can renovate a build no two builds are ever the same. Recently I’ve been looking at a lot of apartment renovations for the apartments in San Myshuno. So here are three of my favourite custom content free renovation videos both of which are for apartment 19 Culpepper House.

First up is Lilsimsie’s Not So Berry legacy challenge Apartment. Featuring lots of minty green colours, plenty of clutter and a balcony that looks out over the gorgeous city of San Myshuno. The apartment is perfect for a small Sim family.

For more information on the Not So Berry legacy challenge click here.

The second apartment renovation is by Fantayzia.  This apartment renovation removes the old horrible worn down surfaces and appliances and brings the apartment up to date with a modern city feel. Again the apartment is perfect for a small Sim family.

The third and final favourite apartment renovation is by SimLicy. Starting with a blank canvas this renovation is full of colour, patterns and clutter. Although there is a lot going on in such a small space everything is perfectly functional. The addition of the third bedroom is perfect if you want your Sim’s family to expand or just want a new roomate.

Have you done any apartment renovations in your game? If so, let us know in the comments below if you have and also let us know what some of your favourite renovation videos are in the comments too.

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Krista

Hey! I'm Krista. Long-time Simmer currently studying at Foxbury Institue.

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  • I have renovated several of the appartments in this world along with other properties that originally came with the game but I don’t do Simming videos for YouTube (anymore). My Origin username is Crazyfrsims (my old youtube username)

  • Ahh, the joys of working with that old plaster lath and the framing behind it! Forget about studs placed 16″ on center!
    At the risk of offering a suggestion you already know very well…….One great way of furring out the original framing to achieve plumb and square is to use steel track and studs screwed into the sides and slightly forward of the wood studs.
    I look forward to seeing if you decide to keep any of the old cast-iron and galvanized waste and vent piping.Garage