The Sims 4 Dream Home Decorator is one of the best Game Packs EA has released. It has fantastic Build-and-Buy items, it’s jam-packed with new gameplay, and it plays to some of the game’s biggest strengths.

Unfortunately, since the pack is a light on tutorials, it isn’t always easy to figure out what you’re supposed to do when you’re on the job. For example, you may not know which room your clients want you to renovate.

Thankfully, the answer to this question is an incredibly simple one: you can renovate any room you want. You’ll need to keep your client’s preferences in mind when you’re decorating, but you’re free to pick the space you want to make over. If you take on a gig that’s labeled as “Room Renovation,” you can redecorate a bedroom, a bathroom, or any random space room in the house.

Things are a little more restrictive if you take on a job with a more specific renovation, such as a Kitchen, Bathroom, or Bedroom Renovation, but only slightly so. If your client asks you to redecorate a bedroom, you’ll need to makeover a bedroom, but you’re free to choose any bedroom in the house. If your budget is big enough, you can even decorate more than one bedroom.

If you’re paying attention to your client’s likes and dislikes, and you’re still getting bad reviews, don’t assume that you’re renovating the wrong room. Instead, take a closer look at the mods you’re running. Several mods, such as the Wonderful Whims mod, aren’t compatible with Dream Home Decorator. If you take on a job with one of these mods installed, you’ll get a bad review no matter what you do.

You’ll also want to make sure you’re asking your clients the right kinds of questions when you’re on the job. You can learn a lot by looking at a client’s moodboard, but you should also make sure you ask clients what their favorite color is. For some reason, this isn’t listed under the Interior Designer interactions. Instead, you can find it under Friendly interactions.

Dream Home Decorator can feel confusing at first, but it’s much simpler than it seems. While it would be nice to have a guide like Guidry to walk you through the process, you should be able to figure things out on your own when you’re on the job. Follow the Gig Tasks and listen to your clients; you’ll be a successful interior designer in no time.

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