One of the most enjoyable aspects of playing TS4 is creating environments for our gorgeous Sims to live in. Interior decorators are always on the lookout for fresh wallpapers, floors, furniture, and other accessories.
The Sims 4 decoration scene is kept alive by CC designers, even while Maxis and EA release regular Stuff Packs and expansions.
To put it simply, you have found the proper spot if you are in need of bedroom furniture for your Sim.
I am confident that you will find something to your liking within our curated collection.
The perfect blend of elegance and luxury for your teen sims’ bedroom.
Since our very first child, Julia, is now a teenager, we have named this set Jules.
Nonetheless, sims of any age who still have a childlike spirit can benefit from it.
20. Bedroom Cologne 2020
The German designer Shino KCR presents a futuristic take on the bedroom set with this basic design.
This minimalist and chic bedroom set were inspired by items seen at the 2020 Cologne Furniture Fair, as opposed to the more common practice of drawing inspiration from a variety of sources.
I’m assuming the author had the chance to visit. It may be nothing, but it sure looks nice.
The majority of the furniture, walls, and floors are extremely neutral grayscale shades, but the room is brought to life by the splash of colour provided by the patterned cushions and magnificent sea painting.
19. Elamia Bedroom
Look no further than Jomsims’ Elamia Bedroom if you want a space befitting of a carefree Sim who appreciates out-of-the-ordinary style and furnishings.
Even though this space is filled with odd pieces of furniture and strange textures, it nevertheless manages to seem warm and welcoming.
This is especially true if you opt for the variant with soft pink and ivory hues.
Alternating the hues of your text or background might provide some strikingly distinct results.
The colour scheme reminds me of grapevines, which is why I love it so much. You may also rock out in an outrageous black and yellow ensemble.
18. Milana Bedroom Furniture
I’ve always enjoyed wooden furniture.
It’s a terrific way to add some nature into a space, and the natural patterns of this living material never go out of style.
The Milana Bedroom by artist Severinka employs lots of beautiful wooden furnishings to create an appearance evocative of a ship’s cabin. Just mixing blue, yellow, and wooden surfaces creates an at-home atmosphere.
That said, each one of the 12 items that make up this set has a couple of different colours and textures. For example, white furniture can greatly age down the area, making it appropriate for your Sim youngsters.
17. Francium Bedroom
The creator Wondymoon has wowed us with their Francium Bedroom, which combines a predominantly Scandinavian aesthetic with colourful plants and luxurious details.
This ten-piece set has a distinctive appearance that makes it ideal for a wide range of Sims, including occult aliens and Sims who simply enjoy taking time out to relax in a private setting.
The ceiling and wall lamps in this CC set are some of my favourites because of their sleek, pill-like appearance and excellent light coverage.
The room’s orderliness is balanced by the fur rug and wooden furniture.
16. Zara Bedroom
The Zara Bedroom by SIMcredible is an 11-piece set that, despite its name, is more reminiscent of a dressing room at a garment store or a movie set than a bedroom.
That said, this unusual style is excellent for the wannabe fashion designer and the kind of Sim that feels there’s never too much of a good thing.
The open clothing rack and rows of light bulbs fit well with the type of folks that crave the spotlight.
Choose one of the lighter colour palettes to make this bedroom seem more at home without watering down its unique nature; the black, white, and grey colours create a stunning and unforgettable design.
15. Erin Bedroom
The Erin Bedroom by Nynaeve Design is another great choice that can be drastically altered by changing the colour scheme.
With bright hues and a relaxing atmosphere, this second home is ideal for Sims on vacation.
The paintings of sea life and beach scenes only serve to further emphasise this point. To a large extent, I can hear the waves.
To avoid the tacky resort vibe, try swapping out the blue colour scheme for something else.
The clean look is greatly aided by the grayscale palette. There is also a palette that is reminiscent of the colours of a bright spring day, and another that is a celebration of violet, pink, and purple.
14. Moroccan Bedroom
There are certain Sims who enjoy the unusual and extravagant.
Also, Severinka’s Moroccan bedroom set is one of the most eye-catching pieces of furniture I’ve ever seen.
The 14-piece set of bedroom furniture has an eastern aesthetic, with vivid hues, golden details, and mandala-like decorations on practically all of the pieces.
Its ostentatiousness is unparalleled. To put it simply: it does the trick.
Since that could be too intense for some Western readers, the author also included various alternative colour schemes.
Personally, I think the greatest light is cast by the original, unrestrained use of colour in this set.
13. Alessa Bedroom
Alessa Bedroom by Onyxium is the polar opposite; it is a sleek and simple set with clean lines and richly textured wood.
There is something about the wooden pieces that make this set feel whole, even if all 16 of them are beautiful in their own right.
There’s a lot of possibility for personalization because each one is available in four distinct wood types.
If I could only retain one thing, it would be this enormous wardrobe with a full-length mirror built right in. Let’s be honest: is there a Sim who doesn’t enjoy a good, big mirror?
12. Alwine Bedroom
The Sims 4 CC’s designers have apparently taken to using a lot of wood in their creations.
Check out Severinka’s Alwine bedroom if you don’t trust me.
This space can be transformed into a romantic haven, a rustic hunting lodge, or Hannibal Lecter’s lair, depending on the colours you choose to decorate it with (as brought to life by Mads Mikkelsen in the 2013 TV show).
This 14-piece set can be arranged in a variety of ways, and the author demonstrates some of the more intriguing ones.
Even so, with the unique wallpapers, eye-catching decals, and ample space-enhancing accessories, you are likely to achieve the greatest results through trial and error.
11. Princess Bedroom
Princess Bedroom CC is another stunning work of art by Severinka.
A spoilt princess, not a real ruler, was in mind when this room was designed.
It has a touch of Versailles about it, although it’s not quite as ornate as what you’d find in the Palace of Versailles.
Numerous beige and white surfaces are accented with gold, and ornate carved panels and knobs round off the room.
Give it to the little princess in your life, or the grown adult who watched too many Disney Princess movies as a kid.
10. Minimalist Bedroom Stuff Pack
Consider using the excellent Minimalist Bedroom Stuff Pack by IllogicalSims as an alternative to a pre-designed bedroom with limited personalization options.
This set of CC is a knockoff of Maxis’ official stuff packs and includes everything you need to create a minimalist bedroom, studio, or a hybrid of the two.
In comparison to other bedroom sets, which often include only ten to fifteen pieces, this unofficial Stuff Pack adds twenty-five additional objects, two new wallpapers, and two new floor textures.
Colours can be chosen from a wide range of possibilities. Although I think it looks well in any neutral colour scheme, I particularly like it in shades of beige, white, light brown, and grey.
9. Daisy Bedroom
The bed, upon which your Sim will sleep in order to restore his or her health, must be the focal point of every bedroom.
Severinka, the designer of the Daisy bedroom set, included a one-of-a-kind bed frame made from basic cylindrical wooden planks.
An equal boho touch is added by the brightly coloured blankets and pillows that surround the exotic frame.
My two favourite parts of this 11-piece set are the knit blanket and macrame wall hanging.
8. Neutral Bedroom
Angela’s Neutral Bedroom is a good option if you’re looking for something a little more conventional than the Daisy Bedroom’s unique decor.
The seven-piece set includes a plush blanket, a double bed, and a comfortable bench for sitting up in bed.
This CC set is perfect for a hardworking Sim with a refined sense of style because of its understated design and minimalist clothes rack.
The Sim that is striving for financial success will appreciate this, as he or she will only utilise the room to sleep in between 16-hour work hours.
7. That’s What She Bed
This cleverly titled CC set was made to assist new parents in the Sims game in providing adequate living quarters for their growing families without having to relocate.
This complete bedroom set features a double bunk bed as well as matching dressers, nightstands, and nightstand lamps. In that manner, a set of twins can share a bedroom without taking up too much space.
If your Sim is an only child, the desk can be stored under the upper bed, freeing up floor space for playthings, decorations, or whatever else your Sim’s little ones may require.
This fun and contemporary collection feature eight colour palettes and a wide variety of wood patterns, and it’s compatible with all of RAVASHEEN’s other CC packs, so you can mix and match to your heart’s content.
6. Tropic Like It’s Hot Beach House Set
The Tropic Like It’s Hot Beach House Set is one example of a matching set perfect for inexpensive second homes or vacation spots.
While most huge lots close to the ocean come at a pretty massive price tag in TS4, this set can help you make the most of the smaller ones thanks to its relatively compact furniture and wall-hanging bunk beds.
They’re perfect for kids, but grownup Sims will like them too after a day at the beach.
Other than that, every item in this collection has a tough nautical atmosphere that’ll look wonderful in sea colours such as navy blue and beige.
5. Armelda Bedroom
I would suggest the Armelda Bedroom set by Jomsims if you decide to upgrade to a larger beach house and have the Simoleons to do so.
Although it has a tropical aesthetic, this CC set of 12 pieces uses the nautical theme quite sparingly.
To create the illusion of more space, subtle pieces of furniture are used, and lots of rattan is incorporated for a genuine look and feel.
There are also a number of landscape paintings for use as wall art, each of which is designed to complement a different colour scheme. The violet one is my favourite because of the combination of wood and rattan in its design.
4. Sandy Lane Bedroom
The Sandy Lane bedroom is confidently homogeneous, in contrast to the TS4 trend of using asymmetry and disorder to achieve a more natural and “realistic” effect.
Despite the many squares and straight lines, designer Lulu265 succeeded in making the space seem cosy and familiar. To put it another way, it has tremendous flair despite being unpretentious.
The Sandy Lane Bedroom is ideal for the Virgo Sim that requires order and cleanliness in order to unwind.
3. Alisha Bedroom
The Alisha bedroom set by Severinka, on the other hand, is ideal for a free-thinking individual who isn’t afraid to mix and match styles.
This set fuses bohemian and Scandinavian design by using a variety of bright colours and textures as a ground for the minimalist wooden pieces.
It has 11 unique pieces, such as curtains, mirrors, tables, and an ottoman with a modern design.
2. Monica Bedroom
For TS4, Severinka’s Monica Bedroom is one of the most ethereal and fantastical options accessible.
It’s incredibly airy, thanks to the use of light colours and fine wallpaper designs, giving the impression of being in the middle of a high-fantasy forest while you sleep.
The white bird decals on the wall and the floral design of the ceiling lamp are the finishing touches.
It’s like a magic carpet ride for your Sim. I mean, that’s the point she’s making.
1. Yslextius Adult Bedroom
A bedroom fit for a king or queen is sometimes desired.
And few achieve that as gracefully as Jomsims’ Yslextius Adult Bedroom CC pack.
This bed set’s headboard resembles an altar. It doesn’t take much to turn this space into a cosy haven for two, though; just add candles and some warm hues.
In other words, it’s flexible — in part because of the great diversity of timber textures.
Any way you arrange it up, this bedroom set will make you feel like a true interior decorator.
And your Sims can finally relax in the knowledge that they have a bedroom game to be proud of.