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Help me with my tailor shoppe

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Oppurtunity, Oct 24, 2008.

  1. Oppurtunity

    Oppurtunity Guest


    As you might be able to tell, it is ever so slightly modeled after Umbra's tailor shop (though I've added more shelf space, the bartop check out center and the changing rooms in the corner) which I adore. But I've encountered a problem. The ornate tables I want to use to put clothes up on display stacks clothes weirdly. Is there a table any one else can suggest I use that stacks clothes more easily, or is there a trick I can use? Simply lowering or raising the clothing doesn't help.
  2. Lady D

    Lady D Guest

    looks Pretty good. Id use all stone tables or the yew wood tables Good Luck! make sure you post us a done pic :)
  3. Wilde1

    Wilde1 Guest

    very nice! First time i've seen dressing rooms in UO :)
  4. Flora Green

    Flora Green Guest

  5. Oppurtunity

    Oppurtunity Guest

    You know, I really don't think I want those goza mat display cases. I'm going to try it with stone tables and see how that looks.

    Is there another table style someone can suggest that stacks well?