The Mosquito Stuff Pack is very handy for your gardening needs!
Creating Greenhouses in The Sims 4 can often be a challenge. The game lets you have plants indoors and protect them from the weather if you have The Sims 4 Seasons installed. However, finding a perfect solution to build one from scratch and make it look decent in game can be exhausting.
We did an extensive guide a few months ago on Building Greenhouses in The Sims 4 and their benefits for your plants. But, what if you wanted to build one that’s almost identical to most greenhouses that you see in real life?
Surprisingly, that’s where The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff Pack comes in handy!
James Turner came up with a brilliant solution in his Cottage Living let’s play where he created a Greenhouse using nothing but the Base Game Glass Roof and Moschino Windows.
Sims player letsbuildhouses’ latest IG post reminded me to open up my game and try out James’ method for myself. Here’s how you can create your Mosquito Greenhouse!
Building a Mosquito Greenhouse
First, place down the roof on top of an empty square room that you’ve built. Make sure the roof spans out exact to each end of the room!
Click on the roof and max out the curvature point using the two circle manipulation points on the roof.
Make sure that your roof trims are all clean and tidy. Select the end of the roof on each side and have it fit to the wall sides. Make sure the roof also doesn’t bleed out on the edges!
Add a Glass Roof of your liking. The striped one that James used in his let’s play is the most logical one that goes best with the Moschino Stuff windows.
It’s time to add the Lofty Arched Window! You can place it down on both sides of the Greenhouse for each rounded corner. You can only do this properly if you have the bb.moveobjects on cheat enabled!
You’ll then notice that there are probably some corner imperfections around the Arched Window. Reside the Roof until all the corners have been properly adjusted!
The last corner imperfection is very subtle. But you can also fix that by fixing the roundess and making the roof just a bit more pointy on the top (with the circle manipulation point on the far left/right).
Voila! All that’s left is to place down the Moschino Doors and Windows.
With Windows you can choose between the open, Breezy Loft Window or Closed Loft Window. You can mix and match the windows to your liking so that the Greenhouse has more of an open, airy approach to it.
Last but not least – add in the Luxury Loft Sliding Door to wherever you prefer:
And there you have it – the Mosquito Greenhouse is yours to populate with plants and decorate with gardening tools indoors. If you want you can add a Grass Patch across the Greenhouse so it doesn’t stick out too much.
Will you be using the Mosquito approach for your next Greenhouse build? Let us know in the comments below!