The Orjánic Country Living Collection is Available Now!
Love building in Henford in Bagley, but looking for more variety in your builds? Felixandre & Harrie have you covered with their latest release, Orjánic. It’s a 129 piece country living collection that will bring your dream barn life to reality. The set is divided into 2 parts; the first release of 78 items focuses on the foundations of building your barn in the country. Including: walls, floors, windows, doors, spandrels, columns and so much more!
Highlights of the set include: the new functional spandrels and columns that allow you to achieve peak beam status, all the barn doors for the interior and exterior, plus the suite of modern timber frame windows that include slanted windows so you can build up into your roofs! Of course all the wood tones match previous sets, but there is also a new oak wood tone to round out the collection.
All items are base game compatible.
The Part 1 of this Custom Collection Set is now in public access! You can download the set by clicking the Download button below, which will direct you to the download page. You can choose between Merged and Unmered .package files, which you can paste into your Electronic Arts > The Sims 4 > Mods folder. Make sure you have Mods / CC enabled in your Game Options!
Part 2, which is currently in early access on their Patreon pages (public release 6th October) has 51 items that focuses on interior furnishings; including items for your entryways, living and dining areas.
Highlights of the set include: a brand new matching sectional sofa & chaise with a whopping 24 plain and patterned swatches and a bench dining table, that finally allows you to combine bench seating and chairs around your dining table!
All items are base game compatible, with the exception of the chaise which requires the Dream Home Decorator GP.
You can find all of their previous collabs and more details about Orjánic over on their website houseofharlix.com
A full overview video showcasing all the items included is also available over on Harrie’s Youtube channel: