Bexleyheath Library

My friend Jenie at N99 requested a new library.  When I asked what kind of theme or style she said, “Oh, I don’t know just something different” she said.

She also said I could use any store stuff I wanted!  So I looked around my objects and thought…

Oh!  The Arts and Crafts Store Set is really cool, and I use bits and pieces of it all the time, but I have never used it all together

So, I bring you the Bexleyheath Library.  This 30 x 30 library was inspired by The Red House in Bexleyheath, UK. The Arts and Crafts Style home of William Morris was built in the late 1800’s. The Arts and Crafts Movement stood for traditional craftsmanship using simple forms, medieval, romantic or folk styles of decoration. They also wanted to make the world a more humane place.  I have all EPs and this lot contains Store Stuff.

Download the Sims3pack Here or the package file here.

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In the backyard is an English Garden fit for a fairy, or a  dreamer of fairies.

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Inside on the ground floor entrance.

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The Children’s Section specializes in teaching about indigenous sims. 

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The children’s library is open to the upstairs balcony

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So parents can chat and have coffee while keeping an eye on the youngsters below

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The Coffee Bar (DYI, of course)

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The rest of the upstairs

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Overview Shots

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