Some might call these items a form of cheating, but I believe every sim who wants to bathe in a trashy wooden bathtub has an unalienable right to do so, whether they can be bothered to craft anything or not. For those seeking an extra-trashy experience – a version in older wood and copper ('copper' may or may not be an euphemism for 'rust'). Toilet in matching colors and a cheap bowl that by some sorcery acts as a fully functional sink complete your rustic or medieval(-ish) bathroom.
One of the in-game vehicles made a buyable deco item and given two new color options and new footprint. Plus new wheels and tyres that look more realistic. Found in Decorative - Miscellaneous and costs 2500 simoleons. Because if it doesn't function like a car it should at least cost something like one.
The two problems I had with 'Jazz Cats' were its ridiculous price and its almost equally ridiculous frame. 'Jazz Cats', like most of the bigger paintings in Sims 4 catalog, has this lavish rococo-style frame. Which looks kind of odd around a cartoony picture of, well, cats playing jazz. Perhaps that's exactly the joke. But while making recolors of 'Jazz Cats' I felt like doing something about this. So I edited the frame too, making it simpler and suitable for more interior styles. The picture itself I replaced with four wonderful pieces by women artists.
This is my first object recolor. 'Child of Light' is a fairy-tale/fantasy game by Ubisoft with a unique visual style: the backgrounds and concept-art look like they were drawn by hand in watercolor. I fell in love with this art's dream-like ambience and soft colors, so these images were among my first choices for bringing into my Sims 4 world.