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The Best Custom Content Websites for The Sims 4

Best Custom Content for the Sims 4

A guide to the  best custom content websites on the web

If you suffer of a condition called ”Compulsory Sims Creation and Uncontrollable Home Furnishing Syndrome”, then you perfectly know that one of the major symptoms is craving constantly for new content to dress up your Sims and make their houses more beautiful and cozy.

Luckily, EA provides us with new fresh content regularly, but as you know this doesn’t happen very often…How can we satisfy our thirst for new stuff then? Easy, with custom content websites!

In a nutshell, a custom content website is a place where you can download new content (hairstyles, make-up, clothes, shoes, home furnitures and more) made by other Simmers who share their creations with the community through those websites.

There are plenty of custom content websites out there, that’s why we decided to set up a guide with some of our favorites, so let’s jump into it right now!

If you still don’t know how to add custom content to your game, head over to our tutorial to learn how to do it.


TSR-The Sims Resource

Without any doubts the most big and popular custom content website, with plenty of content (at the moment we’re writing, the site counts 876.376 creations).

There you can surely find anything your heart desires: clothes, make up, shoes, hair,accessories, skin tones, eye colors, and also furnishing and building tools like walls, floors, decoration items and even complete lots, I’m sure you won’t leave the site feeling disappointed.  You can also find custom content for Sims 3,2, and even 1 as well.

To access the content, you can either create a free account or  subscribe for a monthly premium membership called ‘VIP membership’ with various benefits like ad-free website, download basket and quick download features.

However, this premium membership is completely optional, you can fully enjoy the site and download the content with a free membership.


This website is completely focused on custom content for The Sims 4, personally crafted by the two website owners.

There you will find accessories, hairstyles, clothes, build items and make up and even custom laptops, stereos and televisions.

Despite being not very big, the website has a lot of contents and its very original, so I would definitely recommend you to pay a visit, I’m quite sure you’ll find something you like. You don’t need an account to download custom content from this website.

SIMcredible Designs

I don’t think I’m wrong If I call this website ‘the house decorator heaven”, because this website has literally everything your mind can imagine. Want a peacock themed set for your Sims living room? It’s there. Want a cat-themed tea set? They have it. Do you prefer a stylish new sofa for the backyard instead? No problem, they have it. The only downside of this site? Spending too much time browsing through all the custom content!

This website requires no registration, so you can download the content straight away, but If you want you can support the website by making a donation.

Oh My CC

In this Tumblr blog run by Oh My Sims you will find some quirky hairstyles like this one with cat ears, but also build objects like walls, rugs and clutter objects. You can also find some really cute objects like sleeping camping bags that will make your outdoorsy Sims really happy!

Bernie’s Sims

Are you Sims ladies big fan of make-up? If so, you need to have a stop at Bernie’s Sims Blog! Here, you fill find a lot of creations inspired by the latest and most fashionable make-up palettes, like Kat Von D, Sephora,Too Faced, Lancome and many others. Heaven for your maquillage-loving Sims!


Well, the time has come to give kids some attention, they have the right to be fashionable too, right? Then go to Standardheld to find some cute creations for both girls and boys, like shoes, oufits and shoes. There, you’ll also find some modified versions of objects from previous packs, so If something EA introduced didn’t make you happy…You can go and try those versions instead!

Marvin Sims

New Year is here, and that means it’s time for some renovating! If your Sims are looking for some new clothes to start this New Year with a brand new look, head to Marvin Sims to find some classy outfits for both males and females.
In need to renovate your Sims houses as well? No worries, you’ll find some posters, windows and other build objects that will give the house a bright and cheerful look.

Jelly On Your Plumbob

Are your Sims bright, cheerful and joyous pixel creatures? Then you must give them an adequate look! So, head to Jelly On Your Plumbob blog and browse through lots of coloured, shiny and funny creations that will instantly put a smile on your face. Oh, did I mention that when you enter the blog you’ll be welcomed by The Sims soundtrack?

Sintiklia Sims

If you’re looking for a unique look to give to your Sims, then be sure to pay a visit to Sintiklia blog, where you’ll find some one-of-a.kind make up, hairstyles and nails creations.

Sims 4 Marigold

On the hunt for some unique shoes? Go to Sims 4 Marigold and you won’t be disappointed. There you’ll find some gorgeous creations like pon.pon shoes and light emission sneakers. You’ll also find some kawaii style skirts, clothing and many more.

Little Cakes

Give your Sims houses an unique and sassy look with Little Cakes creations, like geometry prints to hang on the walls or animal patterned pillows…
Yes, there’s also aztech-printed beds! I know you all love them, don’t you?

Nolan Sims

If you’re looking for some new skin tones, then you can head to Nolan Sims blog where you can find brand new skin tones for both males and females.
Also, you can find some wintery creations like cozy scarfs, leggings and sweathers.

One Billion Pixels


If you’re looking for some unique clutter objects that will make your Sims houses special the you can head to One Billion Pixels! Of course, you will find also ‘the usual stuff’ like hair, clothes, make up, clutter and furnishing elements,all very original and unique, so be sure to pay a visit.

The blog requires no registration, but If you want you can support the website through a small donation.


If the looks of your Sims are the most important thing for you and you spend hours and hours in the CAS trying to make them as good-looking as possible, then you should pay a visit to Kijiko, a little website focused on hairs, make up, skin tones and clothes.

Despite its database being not very big, it features a lot of nice hairstyles, for both males and females.

The website is completely registration free.


LumiaLoverSims is a Tumblr blog (or a simblr, if you prefer) where you can find, along with the standard contents like hair and clothes for both male and female, also some cool content like piercings, beanies (even the ones from Get To Work made base-game compatible!).

The website also features some mods like new poses and animations for your Sims (particularly useful If you’re a storyteller or a machinimas creator) and even a traits and aspiration randomizer tool that helps you create unique and original Sims personalities.

What about build and decoration items? They’re there too, and you can even find an awesome SimPad for your Sims!

The website is completely registration free, that means you can download and enjoy the content straight away without registration.

KittySaurus Sims and NotEgain’s Sims Creations

If you’re looking for some unique hair styles for your Sims, have a look at the ones offered by those two websites. They feature some one-of-a-kind hairstyles like ombre hair (with ‘crazy’ colors as well!), cat ears and cat tail for your Sims and even some fairy themed content like elf ears and pixie hair.

These website seem to be on a hiatus at the moment, but hopefully they will start publishing some new conetnt very soon, so be sure to stay tuned!

JS Sims

I want to conclude this Sims 4 custom content website with Js Sims, a nice little blog with content for all tastes.

You will find some pretty cool bags and backpacks (perfect If you own the Get To School Mod!), but also some lovely dresses and necklaces for the more vain Sims.

If you prefer a more sporty and casual look instead, don’t worry: the website features also some sporty themed outfits and hats. Oh, and don’t miss out the lovely Mickey Mouse outfit! 

Just as the aforementioned websites, this is another registration-free website, so you can download and enjoy the content straight away.

So, that’s all folks (for now!). I hope you enjoyed those websites and hope this article helped you to find some awesome content that made you happy. If you know some other custom content  websites that are worth a mention, share them with us in the comments!

(top screenshot was taken by Colleen Monhollen)

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  1. Don’t go to JSims. She is using links to go to random and badly spam and phishing like sites.
    She’ll even use download links that cause you to open an ad or other site, without providing the download.

    1. I am sorry to hear that you had a bad experience. However, I must say that this was caused by the ads placed on the url shortening website used by Js Sims site owner. In those cases, I would strongly recommend you to install an ad blocking extension on your browser, so you can enjoy the content and stay safe at the same time.

    1. I’m sorry to hear that you had a bad experience visiting that site,I have visited it with an ad blocker enabled and I had no problem whatsoever,the content is safe and tested by myself.

      I didn’t include Mod The Sims because it’s a website focused on mods and not on custom content objects like dresses,clothes,hairs and stuff like The Sims Resource (which is at the top of the list 🙂 )

      Thanks a lot for your suggestions!

      1. IIaria I’m sorry but Js Sims gave me nothing but problems too. I don’t know you are and just because you said it was safe that you tested them that they were ok do you have some kind of training or a professional or are you just like a lot the rest of us that are just Sims players .

        1. Hi,
          I’m really sorry to hear that,I am not a professional,I’m just a very passionate Sims player who likes to share her passion for this game.

          Anyway,considering all the bad feedback the website has,I will think about removing it from the list.
          I can also try to contact the author and see what she can do about those issues.

          Thank you for your time and your precious feedback.

      1. Definitely a very simple to use site and like Freya said you click on the files button on the page for the mod you are looking to download. It automatically brings you to the description page. You can also look at comments to see if the mod is still working if it hasnt been updated in a while. I disagree with Ilaria that it focuses on mods. Yes mod is in the site name but it is chalked full of cc more than mods by far. Which really if you are adding cc its kind of modding the game so…. whatever lol.

    1. Hi!
      I’ve listed some websites that have categories just for kids custom content 🙂
      Also, I’m pretty sure that The Sims Resource has a whole section dedicated to kids clothes and content 🙂

  2. Love your selection of sites but you forgot some important ones.


    This place is one of the best places to get CC hair for the sims. They are almost all maxis match/edits of maxis hairs, and they usually convert the hairs they make for adults to kids. Another great thing about this site is you can find child conversions of most EA hairs in the sims 4 (including ones from the expansions)
    Another great site that focuses mostly on clothing and accessories for sims. Has crazy and fun accessories from heart shaped backpacks, to cat ears for the whole family.

    1. I’d just like to say, MyStuffOrigin gave me a warning saying that there is malware on that site. I was relieved I didn’t go on there! I recommend not going to MSO, as I just said my computer detected malware on it.

  3. Who the hell has time to look through 900,000 different items??? PER SITE!!!!!!

    Is there not a way to just download the custom stuff, instead of searching through endless individual custom items. Like “Here’s a big pack of stuff”

    1. Hi Sammy,
      We decided to post an article about all the websites that (in our opinion) are the best places to look for custom content because it’s what the majority of players likes to do, browsing and seaecing for the content they like. It is,as you correctly said,an huge time consuming activity; that’s why I would suggest you to go to Sims Resource and browse the ‘Sets’ category, there you’ll find just what you’re looking for.

      Thank you for your feedback,we might consider of adding these articles in the near future!

    2. Sammy,
      On The Sims Resource you can narrow down what you’re looking for by searching for something, and then there are options to narrow down your search from there.

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  6. I don’t feel safe using The Sims Resource. It doesn’t let you download anything with your adblock on, that’s just asking to get a virus, is it not?

  7. Idk why everyone has been having problems with JS Sims, but for some reason it works perfectly for me. I use an Ad Blocker and I’ve downloaded over 30 things from JS without any issue. Even Mcafee didn’t detect any viruses.

    Thanks for the list and your hard work!

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