TS4→ Drifter Reboot 002 House Tour

A/N: Some of the screenshots are pulled from old chapters so things in the background may have changed after they were taken.  I wanted to use as many pics of the family using the rooms as possible.

Welcome to Drifter Reboot house 002!  Don’t mind the cowplant he doesn’t bite… much.

This welcoming little porch/sitting area was overrun by plants until close to the end of the challenge.  Let’s venture inside.

Open floorplan…

Here we have the entryway and then the living room…

And kitchen…

And the dining room…

Through the dining room we have the:

Multi-purpose room…

The main space of the room can be switched around depending on the families needs.  For example a drawing desk or science table for children.

There’s a little laundry niche for the families odds and ends.  The decor boxes were there only until the dryer was upgraded.

The entire multi-purpose room was originally used to house Cricket’s many planter boxes.  This space under the stairs fits 2 perfectly which were pulled out for tending.  Once she had super sell they didn’t even need to be removed.  I realized it looks silly leaving the stairs open but they were like that from the start and I was oddly attached to them this way.  So I put in the stuff that had been in family inventory like camping gear and pet supplies from when the family visits.

Backyard…

This backyard space was never planned for.  But, while they couldn’t use the dryer I thought they could have a clothesline.  And, looking at the multi-purpose room, I saw there was a perfect spot for a door to the outside.

A clothesline looked kinda boring and so I started looking through outdoor activities to see what I could add to spruce it up.

So the clothesline ended up being the least exciting thing out there.

I love this little space and the family did too.

Side yard…

Every little inch of the side yard used to be planter boxes.

That huge microscope that she used for her job was moved all over the place throughout the challenge.  Let’s explore upstairs now, shall we?

The landing…

Just a little space to hang your coats and drop things on the hall table.  It also displays several of the microscope prints.  To the right is Blenny’s room.

Girl’s child bedroom…

Through the door to the right, we have the bathroom.

Jack & Jill bath…

If you’re not familiar with the term, a Jack & Jill bath is a bathroom connecting two bedrooms.  Usually, children’s rooms.

That little half-wall hides the toilet. So that if one of them pops in the other can yell for them to get out without embarrassment!  Moving on through the door to the right once again.

Boy’s child bedroom…

The little pics and such on the wall are mementos from Guppy’s previous home.  If you’re not familiar with the story, he was adopted.

I really love how this bedroom turned out.  Moving on.  You guessed it!  To the right.

Master bedroom…

Oh!  Erm… sorry guys!  You may notice that the snail on the dresser is the same that was in house 001 outside of the front door.  I thought it would be fun to have one in every house.  Hopefully, I remember.

I love how well that microscope slide goes with the room.

Let’s go check out the master bath.

Master bathroom…

I love how this room came out.  The color scheme was based on that rug in front of the tub.  Only later did I realize that it also matches the master bedroom as well!

And there you have it!  I think, despite the small lot, I managed to utilize the space quite well.  Once all of the planter boxes were removed at least.  All that is left are 2 boxes of dragonfruit under the sheltered area in the side yard and the 2 growfruit trees for fertilizer.  Hope you enjoyed the tour.  I did have to pop back into the house to grab a few more pics of areas I was missing.  Like the kitchen cabinets!  I was shocked that I didn’t have one pic with them in it!

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