Monday, August 10, 2015

Grant Park New Eden

This is a 1916 Aladdin plan that looks much smaller in their picture than it ended up being measured out.  All CC is from B5Studio, again, since I'm still riffing off the Grant Park stuff.  FOREVER.

Pics ahead:
The front.  Car is included, and bikes.

Upstairs floor plan.

Main floor.

Basement floor plan.

Basement main room, chess and treadmill.

Laundry room.

Bedroom suitable for a butler or Boo Radley.

Living area.

Dining room.

The place where ingredients are ritually sacrificed to FWOOOORSH, the god of charred dinners.

A room capable of holding 2 children and 1 infant or various imaginary family members.

Relaxing master bedroom.


Friday, August 7, 2015

Grant Park 3-in-1

This is based on a set of plans that starts a small house but is expandable to a much larger house.  It starts as The Manse, becomes the Mansion, then the Monseigneur.  All from Sterling in 1916.

The only CC is from B5Studio, of course, as this series has been inspired by his Grant Park set.

Enough talk, time for pictures and links.
The Manse, front.

Entry side.

That's right, our backside.




In my lady's chamber.  I mean basement.

Help's room.

Basement den.

Exercise room and laundry.

Kitchen view 1.

Kitchen view 2.

Living room and someone's knees.

Master bedroom.

Kids room.

 Download the Manse

The Mansion.

Upstairs addition.

Downstairs addition.  No basement addition, that's up to you.

Upgraded kitchen.

Living room is now a dining room.

Living room is in the new addition.

What! A piano? Marv, you shouldn't have!

Another child's room in the addition.

Download the Mansion

And now the one I can't spell without cheating - Monseigneur!

Upstairs addition includes new bath, new master bedroom, and nursery.

Downstairs addition includes library, bath, and music room.

Upgraded living room.

Dance!  I didn't spend all these simoleons to watch you stare at me in silence, Margaret.



New Master bed, with 110% more pattern and color.
Download the Manseigneur

Monday, August 3, 2015

Grant Park Sears Greenview

Today I have a 1923 Sears farmhouse style home done up with Grant Park bits and bobs from B5Studios. 

I see little houses that look very similar to this all over here in Saint Paul, and saw many when I lived in Duluth, too.  Clearly a very common sort of early last century house.

Now the pictures:

The front of the house.  It totally has a back too, trust me.  I have a trustworthy face.

The side with the kitchen porch to the right. And left. Hot kitchen porch action.

Upstairs floor plan.

Downstairs floorplan.

Basement surrounded by the eternal, aching void of the Unknowable.

This is a good house for arty folks or those who presume themselves to be arty.

And also the arty folks like having clean clothes.

Butler's room.

A place to keep babies.

Living room.  Not for the undead, Steven.  Damn it.

Dining area in kitchen.

Pretty pie cabinet I haven't managed to manifest in real life yet, but I'm trying.

This is Pocky's room.  Pocky is a real horse, he's just in hiding as a rocking horse.

A room for a feminine child.

The place the grownups go to hide when the children are discussing their new cult.

It's a bigger file, and unlike my usual Grant Park places, it has modern electronics. 

Color plan is from here, a '28 sunroom.


The Exchange is still not working for me to upload these.  My exports tab tells me I successfully uploaded all of the Grant Park houses but I am not seeing them in my Studio.  Just in case, here's my studio.

Hope you enjoy!  Working on a three part house now.