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How to Build an Infinity Pool in The Sims 4 - No CC!

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1 month ago
Hello, fellow simmers! Have you missed building tutorials? I personally love to build, and learn new ways to do so is something I do almost on a daily basis. One of the coolest things I ever learned is how to make an infinity pool in The Sims 4, and this is what I’ll be teaching you today. :)
Step by Step1. Hit CTRL + Shift + C to open the cheats panel and enter the following: testingcheats true, bb.moveobjects, bb.ignoregameplayunlocksentitlement, bb.showhiddenobjects, and bb.showliveeditobjects. 2. Go to Walls and Empty Rooms. Pick the Flat Square tool and build a plane the size you want your pool to be.
3. Raise the foundation the height you want.
4. Go to Pools and Open Water. Pick the Pool tool and make the pool the size of your foundation.
5. Go to Foundations. There you will find this greyish foundation by the name foundation_GENshell placeholder name, if you entered the cheats right. You’ll notice that when you pick this one and apply it to the foundation you just created, it turns the walls see-through.
Now we’ll build a deck for our pool if you decided to close one or more of its ends. If you’d prefer to make a 360º pool, skip to step 7. 6. (Optional) Go back to Walls and Empty Rooms, pick the Flat Square and place a square right next to your pool, without connecting the foundations. Raise the square a bit, apply a foundation of your choice, and then, move your square to connect foundations with the pool. The heights should adjust automatically.
Use the arrows to build your deck around the pool. After some adjusting, this is how mine looks:
7. Now that you applied the “glass”, go down to the basement and you’ll see solid walls on the pool. We’ll be placing some windows on them, to make the walls completely see-through, even from inside-out. Choose your windows carefully as to not take away the infinity illusion from your pool. I’ll be using the One Way Mirror Windows because I like the way it reflects inside. You can use completely transparent windows, it’s up to you.
8. After placing all the windows you needed, your pool is pretty much finished. You can now decorate it as you wish!
This is the final result of my infinity pool:
Jada is loving it!
I hope you found this tutorial useful. If you did, please hit the “helped me” button below. Happy simming!


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