Curio Shop Theme Showcase: Bloomin’ Room Theme!


Arte’s Curio Shop has some amazing things, including many themes that are only stocked on his shelves! His stock changes every hour, so you’ll have to check back often to see what he has to offer! Items marked with the “Arte’s Favorites” logo are exclusive to the Curio Shop!


The Bloomin’ Room theme was first introduced in 2011 at the WShop, removed in 2013, then added back in 2014 with additional items. In 2015, even more items were added, but the whole theme was then retired to the Curio Shop (with the side table remaining permanently retired). If you ever see any of these beautiful bloomin’ pieces when visiting Arte, make sure you grow your collection by picking them up!





Put all of the pieces of this theme together and you’ll have one cleverly cultivated room!





Deluxe Members also have access to a second set of Curio Shop items updated hourly, so they have TWICE the chance of finding amazing items! Learn more about Deluxe Membership here.


Have YOU been collected any of the items from gorgeous garden-inspired room theme? Let us know in the comments below!


56 Responses to Curio Shop Theme Showcase: Bloomin’ Room Theme!

  1. princesspuppy5555 says:

    ive got the whole theme except for the bath tub and grandfather clock. if anyone has extras please send me a friend request and reply to this what pieces you’re missing. ive got lots of doubles and would love to help someone out!

  2. Patricia98 says:

    Hi everyone someone have blooming floor flowers more can send to me pls that week I can’t log in and I miss it my name is Carmenik pls I will send too

  3. fuzzygraykoala says:

    Aww I’m so close to completing the theme… Of course the last piece is retired

  4. ImaPepper says:

    I absolutely love this theme! I usually grab the dividers when I see them because they are great to use in so many rooms. I love how the pieces blend well with so many other themes; it’s really fun to decorate with!

  5. ultrasonic3 says:

    I’m a full member everywhere except the curio shop. Does anyone know why?

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