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The Honeymoon Bedroom

by Red Sonja Posted 19th Feb 2017 at 5:35 PM - Updated 6th Mar 2017 at 2:45 AM by Red Sonja
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This is a new mesh recolour, and means that you will need to download the particular mesh itself in order for this to show up in your game. See the Meshes Needed section or read the text for more information.
Greetings, Simmers!

... A little History.... It was once a tradition that the bride or groom's family would provide a beautiful handmade bedroom set for the new couple. Times are always tough when you're first starting out... but, no way would they be sleeping on the floor!

Many thanks to these creators for providing stuff for me to tinker with!


The bed is a Sims Medieval conversion by HCove and is found here at Garden of Shadows : http://www.digitalperversion.net/ga...28853#msg628853

The armoire is by Wawa at The Medieval Smithy and is found here: http://themedievalsmithysims2.blogspot.com/

The table is part of the set from University by Maxis

Thank you all!


Enjoy!





Additional Credits:
Thank You, Delphy for MTS
Thank You Numenor, RGiles and Quaxi for SimPE Thank You, Simmers for constant inspiration


***************************************** Resources used for my recolors**************************
found on Pintrest
https://dflowersblog.files.wordpres...arving-door.jpg
This is a door from an old stave church in Norway. The carving that surrounds it is one of the textures I used for the trim on the posts and the canopy

http://www.artfinding.com/364/Jason...u-Viking-Throne
Lars Kinsarvik is the creator. It is on display at the Jason Jacques Gallery
I used the bracing between the front legs of this chair on the bed canopy

http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/...08-details.aspx
Circa 1900 cabinet made by Shapland and Petter, up for auction at Christy's in London
This was the most important piece. Obviously, the cabinet doors became the doors for the armoire and the main detail for the headboard

http://welshquilts.blogspot.com/201...loth-quilt.html
this blog and the creator of the quilts is Pippa Moss. She lives in Suffolk
This is where I grabbed pieces for the Welsh quilt. I pieced it together and recolored to get uniform shading

https://www.harpgallery.com/showroo...ml#&gid=1&pid=1
Harp Gallery is in Appleton, Wisconsin and are strictly antique dealers. This hickory burl armoire was built in 1880 (it looks new!) the piece has been sold.They did not mention previous owners or the manufacturer.
I used the gorgeous hickory burl for the base wood texture on the bed and armoire

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