Alllllllriiight! I think I'm finally done with getting the house the way I want it! ^.^ (Shadows just look a little funky on the background on this site, they're fine in-game) So, I completely redesigned the older versions of the house I made, but I somewhat kept similar to its design. The door wasn't correctly positioned on the older versions and it was annoying the heck out of me. What's new? -Door correctly positioned -More shading, Stardew style, for it to blend in better with the game. -Different style windows to make it not look so copy & pasted from the others xD -More detail on the wooden patio/porch/deck (whatever you fancy calling it) -Tossed some of my retextured tools on the side of the first house, instead of a carport. -Some more purty flowers -An got sum fancy-ole purty cur-tons in dat dem dur winders. I reckon dey lewk a'wright -Five recolor options, I may add a few more. If you have something in mind, lemme know. taintedwheat made some great recolors! Included in pack (in folder taintedwheat's recolors) DOWNLOAD (mediafire) DOWNLOAD (Nexus) Installation -Download zip pack -Pick the color house you want, via folder -Open folder, transfer houses.xnb into your \Stardew Valley\Content\Buildings folder -Overwrite and you're good to go! *Backup of vanilla houses.xnb is included in corresponding labeled folder within zip file ^.^ Update - Finished the houses A zip pack sporting a few different color houses, all tiers retextured. Special thanks to Vixxi for the sound advice on recoloring. Made it much easier ^.^ I'll probably add some more colored versions in the near future. Dark Blue houses Barn-like houses Dark Greenish House Cutesy lil purplish pink houses Much simpler shading for white and black houses Tossed the whole pack on mediafire if anyone likes them Download Figured our gramps couldn't have been that horrible at farming so he left a decent little house that's not all in shambles. Haven't gotten efficient recoloring down yet on Gimp, still need to look up some tutorials. So far, it seems a bit tedious from the few I looked up. Maybe some easier ways out there *fingers crossed* Any tips would be highly appreciated. Would like to offer a variety of different colors. Anywho If ya likes et, here's da Download (mediafire) - As usual, I included a backup (First Attempt) So, I got a little bored of what I had been working on and decided to try my hand at an exterior house replacement. This is my first attempt and I used some pre-existing tilesets (mainly from rpgmaker, kudos to them for the extreme amount of content out there) that I modified/retextured/recolored/frankenstein'd/etc. Windows, doors, lamps, window frames, posts, and gutters I completely handmade. As you can see, my house is...ON FIRE! Ohgodohgodohgod! Somebody do something! No public services in this town! Anarchy! ...maybe I should add a chimney. Anyway, that's the last upgrade and am going to get to work on dismantling a few sections for the first two upgrades. Hopefully, I'll be done by this weekend so I can play around with other buildings. Any helpful suggestions/improvements?