Regular Round Walls are so last season!
We all know round walls in the Sims 4 are…problematic. Especially when they’re used indoors: invalid round rooms, mismatched floor tiles, etc.
So delete them! This simple decorating trick replaces round walls with so many wall decor options that we have in-game.
Just keep bb.moveobjects on before starting!
Add a round room to your build. It doesn’t matter what size it is, it should work anyway.
Add your desired wall decor, preferably a one-tiled item. You can size it up or down by pressing ‘[’ or ‘]’ respectively.
This Eco Lifestyle panel is perfect for a classy modern design. Let’s use it and size it down once so it looks more realistic.
Place it around the perimeter of your round room. You can toggle more precise placement on a quarter tile by pressing Shift+F5. But if the spaces between your wall decor are awkward, simply hold down Alt and adjust accordingly.
Once you’ve filled up the whole perimeter of the room, delete the round wall with the sledgehammer tool.
If you’re having trouble deleting the remaining walls of a round room, draw a normal room bigger than the round room. Then delete the walls of the room you just created. Add back the wallpaper and floor tiles. Now, the flooring is even without any weird outline.
And you’re done! Decorate it into a cafe space, a feature wall, or a restaurant booth.
If the wall decor you used has an unsightly backside that’s bothering you, you can cover it up by repeating the same process on the inside.
After you delete the round wall, use the Alt key to scooch the items closer to the ones outside. Just make sure to align them right.
So many options, and so many styles to create!
It also works with curtains for a softer effect.
You can even create faux round half-walls with it!
It may be not useful if you wanna enclose a round room, but it definitely adds pizzazz to any space. Like they say, fake it ’til you make it!
You can also watch this short video tutorial to guide you:
Will you try out this trick? Let us know in the comments below!