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The Sims 2: Kitchen & Bath Interior Design Stuff Videos and Trailers - PC

The Sims 2: Kitchen & Bath Interior Design Stuff
Game Description:Redesign your Sims' essential living areas into the most luxurious of spaces. Give your Sims' kitchens and baths the interior design update they need in a Contemporary or Romantic style. Transform the bathroom into a romantic getaway with charming claw-foot bathtubs and calming lighting fixtures or give it a modern twist with beautiful glass showers, basin sinks, and more. Redesign your kitchen as you upgrade it with sleek appliances on granite countertops or romantic natural wood cabinets next to wrought iron stoves. Outfit your Sims in the perfect clothes and accessories to enjoy their lavish new rooms, from sumptuous spa robes to designer cooking aprons. Be your Sims' personal interior designer! Give them the kitchens and baths of their dreams with a variety of new furniture, décor, and outfits.
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