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The Sims 4 Kits: Everyday Clutter Overview

everydayclutter review

Check out all the clutter in all swatches and get our honest review!

Two brand new kits for The Sims 4 dropped today: the Pastel Pop Kit and the Everyday Clutter Kit! Pastel Pop brings us soft colours in a contemporary flavour of 60s and 70s home décor. Everyday Clutter focuses on the small things; those little details scattered around your Sim’s home that tell people what kind of person they are and what kinds of things make them happy.

Let’s focus on the Everyday Clutter Kit! This Sims 4 kit comes with 30 new Build/Buy items and 1 styled room. Check out all the swatches and catalogue entries below!

All Objects in The Sims 4 Everyday Clutter Kit

Sims 4 Everyday Clutter – Swatch Overview

Everything included in The Sims 4 First Fits Kit

Our Review of The Sims 4 Everyday Clutter Kit

How could we not love a kit dedicated to clutter? Clutter with personality, too! It finally feels like kits are filling in the gaps in content that The Sims Team promised us they would when they were first introduced. We were really happy to see a Sims 4 kit that zeroed in on a single need and fulfilled it. The clutter in this kit is not just a bunch of basic objects you’d find in a show home, either. Each piece tells its own story about the kind of Sim who might own that item. It’s clear that a lot of thought was put into visual storytelling with this kit.

While the Everyday Clutter Sims 4 kit has a cohesive theme in terms of concept, it’s a bit all over the place visually. This is not a bad thing for this type of kit, though! In fact, we think it’s a good choice for a kit dedicated to clutter. The wildly different selection of items and varied colour palettes appeals to lots of different players. No matter what your Sim is into, there is something in this kit that they’ll want to decorate their home with. We cannot rave enough about the textures on many of the items, either. It feels like we could literally reach into our computer screen and touch these items. We get a vivid sense of what everything in this kit would feel like to touch just by looking at these detailed textures.

We seldom say this about Sims 4 kits, but Everyday Clutter is a must-have. No matter what you’re into, there’s something for you in this kit. We don’t even care that this build kit doesn’t come with wall or floor coverings; it wouldn’t make sense for this type of theme, anyway.

Looking for our overview and review of the Pastel Pop Kit? Look no further!

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