|The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff|
|Box art for The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff|
|Developer(s)||The Sims Studio|
|Release date(s)||June 24, 2008|
|Themes||Ikea Home Furnishings|
The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff is a stuff pack released for The Sims 2 on June 24, 2008 in North America, June 25, 2008 in Australia and on June 26, 2008 in Europe, in association with IKEA, a Swedish furniture chain. The pack includes all new furniture and decoration from the company, focusing on living rooms, bedrooms and home offices. It is the second stuff pack to feature products of a real-world company, the first being H&M with H&M Fashion Stuff. The pack was the second most sold game in Sweden for two consecutive weeks. It includes 76 items.
Description[edit | edit source]
Give your Sims’ home a makeover with new furniture and décor items based on stylish designs by IKEA!
Whether you want to create a trendy, spacious office, a chic living room, or a cozy and inviting bedroom, you can make your Sims’ dream house into something even better - a home. Design your Sims’ rooms to fit their personalities with all-new sofas, beds, tables, TV units,shelving, and more in a variety of colors and patterns for a truly unique look. Add the finishing touches with popular IKEA wall art, mirrors, lighting, and vases. Be your Sims’ personal interior designer with inspiring, contemporary styles from IKEA!
Game Features[edit | edit source]
- Turn your Sims living room into a haven of comfort and relaxation with a plush Ektorp Sofa, a unique Expedit TV Unit, a complimenting Leksvik Coffee Table, and chic décor, like the Vanna Mirror.
- Create a bold, vibrant, and revitalising bedroom with a new Malm bed, matching chest of drawers, a shapely Storm Floor Lamp and a bright IKEA PS Rug.
- Indulge your Sims with an office that is sure to promote order and productivity with its elegant Vika Hyttan Desk, inspiring Kila Desk Lamp, bold Helmer Drawer Unit, and Lack Zigzag Wallshelf.
Bundling with The Sims 2 University Life Collection[edit | edit source]
Player Tips[edit | edit source]
- Objects from this pack are useful for families with a small budget as most objects are fairly cheap and practical, especially if the family in question has moved into an apartment.
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Media[edit | edit source]
|The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff Loading Screen|
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