Oddly enough, I’m getting a set of chairs exactly like this IRL soon. Blue LEDs though.
A little side note, you’re going to want to crop your sign images in order to display properly
what did you use to make that?
I’m guessing you stack several DVD cases on top of eachother. Then starting from the top and working your way down… Place one cup, remove a dvd, place another cup, remove another dvd, and repeat until on the table.
I was actually replying to the older post about the curved couch lol
All you need are two “Wicker Couch Corner” and some “Wicker Couch Straight” props, I decided to give the idea a try myself and it looks pretty neat. When it comes to rotating them, one scroll up/down should make a big enough difference with the angle so it looks good.
Just had an idea that worked pretty well. Use a canvas cut-out which has 50% opacity or so, and put them over glass windows. This lets you change the color of the glass in a cheap way.
hey thanks for the toast cheers
This is my idea for a toaster
You can make a mean Trellis with the Pergola and some Canvases
Show your green thumb like this
And Building on what @Suburban said…
This is genius. I will likely be implementing this into my condo.
If you shorten kitchen roll and colour the stick grey, it can make a decent toilet roll and holder:
If you are building under the condo, you can use the water that is naturally there. This is what I used for my spa, it doesn’t show too well here, but you do swim when you jump in. Just be careful of going too low and teleporting back to spawn.
By colouring coasters white or yellow, and then extending them, you can make road markings that you can customise more to your liking, as opposed to the workshop stuff and canvasses:
~1 year bump because messing with existing condo items is cool, and workshop items are lame:
Shot glasses can be scaled up to make glasses of water:
Round display pedestals can be used as decent-looking phone-charging pads:
(for best results, thicker tables may be necessary)
Queue line fences clipped through walls make decent handrails:
Long modern coffee tables can be used to make baseboards:
Works best if you’re trying to replicate vinyl/rubber baseboards. Top edge is also chamfered, giving a cleaner look than canvas cubes/walls.
Cornhole boards rotated 15 degrees (normal scale), with a 0.5 scale wastebin work perfectly as a hole for condo golf courses (if aesthetics aren’t a major priority):
Scaled down and rotated beanbag chairs can be used as pet beds (pretty obvious, but still):