As we get closer to Christmas it’s the perfect time to get those last minute items to create a merry and bright atmosphere in your sim’s home. The cheerful, wild-themed look will bring out the child in everyone.
Make your sim’s home appear vibrant and welcoming with this natural-looking, lightly decorated mini tree.
Add whimsical ornaments for a fun look or keep it simple if you prefer a Scandinavian feel. Choose from a wide range of colors to match your style. Happy Holidays!
One look and you will fall in love with this unique stem that adds color and dimension to your sim’s tabletop. The sculptural vase reflects the balance between functionality and aesthetics. Use it to add a touch of elegance and bring interest to any room. Once you’ve seen it, you must have it!
Add fresh-looking greenery to your sim’s home with these willow eucalyptus stems showcasing delicate, narrow leaves arranged in a stylish pillar vase. Complete the look with a candle and a decorative bird sculpture that will give a great deal of charm and character to their interior.
Looking for a new shrub idea for a focal point or hedge?
These hibiscuses feature stunning flowers that contrast against the vibrant green foliage and are sure to brighten any sunny area of your sim’s landscape. They can be potted to frame an entrance, or planted as a colorful hedge that will add an easy-going, tropical flair to the garden.
The modern sculptural design gives this vase an artistic beauty, making it ideal for showcasing your sims’ favorite greenery.
Add some lively interest to their home with these asymmetric blueberry branches that could be instant conversation starters whenever their friends stop by.
A flowering plant of the mint family known for its beauty and sweet floral fragrance, lavender deserves more credit than just having a color named after it.
According to legend, quinine (Cinchona Pubescens) was discovered as a malaria cure in 1631 when the Countess of Cinchona, a Spanish noblewoman married to the viceroy of Peru, fell ill with a high fever and severe chills – the classic symptoms of malaria.
Desperate to heal her, the viceroy gave his wife a concoction made with the bark of an Andean tree. The countess soon recovered and the miraculous plant that cured her was named “cinchona” in her honor. Today, it’s the national tree of Peru and Ecuador.
An elegant yet striking choice for those who like the appearance of a palm tree, but want a more compact specimen that is suited for smaller spaces.
Add a little flair to your sim’s home with this plant that boasts gorgeous green fronds and is sure to bring back pleasant memories of favorite beach vacations.
If you’re looking for an ornamental plant to grace your sim’s garden, then this multi-stemmed palm with arching fronds could be an excellent choice.
Bring some lush tropical greenery into your sim’s home with this staple classic that deserves a place in every household!