My most recent re-vamp.
Absolutely no luck trying to resize these. Sorry.
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I've been playing since 2010 and finally have raked up the courage to share my Bakery. The bakeries are all so beautiful that it's a bit intimidating! My place has undergone some major changes lately but (hopefully) I'm finally happy with it again.
In all my years of playing, I've always used the same floor plan. I would divide my Bakery into equal squares, and decorate each square with matching items and all the squares together matched an overall theme. Lately though, I've been trying to save up for the really expensive expansion and was having trouble keeping my coins up which is a new problem for me. After lots of thinking and forum reading I figured out it was mainly due to the heavy goal purchases and not enough time to recuperate in between the goals. Looked into ways to adjust my coin intake and came across the old threads on layouts and decided it wouldn't hurt anything to try it out. I went with what the thread called "Narrow T" layout and was pleasantly surprised to see that my counters now clear each night and I'm steadily building up for that expansion. Problem was, after all those years of re-decorating the same layout (I redecorate every month) I was frazzled at the concept of decorating this new one but I think I'm happy with the results.
An example of my original floor plan - Fall theme from Sept last year:
The new floor plan - Jewel theme which is current:
As you can see, I didn't totally lose the habit of dividing up the larger space but maybe I'll outgrow this need in time? Only real worry I have now is whether or not I'll be able decorate for the holidays to my liking within this new layout.
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MissTwilight99. Only adding serious players on RS only who do goals, are active and respond to requests quickly. Tipping not as important. I tip most days and gift and accept requests often. Bakery & Restaurant, occasionally Fashion & Pet Shop too.
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