Minecraft Living Room Ideas

Show All Items When playing vanilla, unmodded, Minecraft there are beds, but no other furniture options. So players have to be creative and build their furniture out of blocks already in the game that aren’t even meant for this purpose. In this tutorial I will teach you everything from bunk beds to mirrors, that make you look like a villager. Let’s get started! Please note that this is my first Instructable, so I’m sorry if I do something wrong. Keep in mind that I’m doing this in PE version but most of these will work in other versions as well. All of these builds were listed on the Minecraft wiki unless stated otherwise.
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Minecraft Living Room Ideas

When playing vanilla, unmodded, Minecraft there are beds, but no other furniture options. So players have to be creative and build their furniture out of blocks already in the game that aren’t even meant for this purpose. In this tutorial I will teach you everything from bunk beds to mirrors, that make you look like a villager. Let’s get started! Please note that this is my first Instructable, so I’m sorry if I do something wrong. Keep in mind that I’m doing this in PE version but most of these will work in other versions as well. All of these builds were listed on the Minecraft wiki unless stated otherwise.
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Minecraft Living Room Ideas

Fireplaces give your living room a more “homey” feel. A fireplace can literally be a little hole in the wall with netherrack in it. Or it can be a sleek, ultra-modern piece of contemporary minecraft art. A nice design is a brick outline in the wall and floor (slabs can make the area around it on the floor elevated). Then make a 1×2×1 hole in the wall inside the brick outline and put in netherrack. Light the netherrack, and add a chimney for all the smoke to go out through (and it’s also an outside decoration!) A more contemporary and “sleek” design is to make the same brick outline, but then, add lava instead of netherrack, and put glass in front of the lava, making for an ultra-modern, “artificial fireplace” feel. Iron bars can be added around the fire to look like a fire guard for a more realistic look.
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Minecraft Living Room Ideas

During our Weekly Workshop this past weekend, everyone got to share their favorite tips related to interior decorating and design in Minecraft. Everyone who attended split up and went to find the perfect mansion to add those final interior design touches to. If you want to add your own tips or furniture ideas, I’d love to see them! Please post them to our community corkboard so everyone else can learn, too! If you’ve got a few minutes to spare, watch the full walkthrough video, or just skip to the individual tips below.
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Minecraft Living Room Ideas

This article describes different pieces of furniture you can construct in Minecraft. Note that the majority of these are just for decoration, with the exception of beds and bookshelf blocks (Bookshelves enhance Enchanting Tables in the vicinity). This tutorial being merely decorative will enhance your house and make it more functional. For example, a fridge could hold food in a way so the block holding the food is hidden but still accessible. Or, a fireplace can be used as an item incinerator. Try coming up with ways to incorporate uses into furniture.
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Minecraft Living Room Ideas

There are two main designs for televisions in Minecraft. You can make a decorative TV that is really just coal blocks, black wool or obsidian decoratively in or on the wall or floor. You could also just use a 2×1 painting starting from left to right to imitate a flat screen TV. You can also put two blocks of any material, two fence uptop and a 2×1 painting on the fence.
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Minecraft Living Room Ideas

This simple fireplace is made out of brick blocks, stone half slabs, 1 netherrack and 1 glass pane. It’s the perfect addition for your living room or family room and is so simple to make. This small detail can really bring your room to life if you’re looking for the last detail.
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Minecraft Living Room Ideas

1. Have you heard of Villager News? If not, YouTube it and watch it immediately.2. After you finish laughing, find a large wall space in your house. Note: Make sure you can fit a whole new room behind the wall.3. Build a 5×4 frame out of coal blocks in the wall.4. Destroy the blocks inside the frame.5. You can use any material, I chose clay, and make a room behind the wall with the frame like the one in the picture.6. Dig down a block in the room and place glow stone as the floor.7. Place fence or cobble wall right behind the TV frame. This will prevent the host from escaping. We don’t want that 3D effect.8. Cover the glow stone in the back with carpet.9. Hang a pic in the TV and a sign that reads “Villager News”10. Keeping a sword handy, spawn a villager in the TV. You will have to keep killing and spawning over and over until you get a farmer type villager.11. Hide the room by camouflaging it.Be creative, you can really put anything in your TV. My cousins kept spawning pigmen or any other hostile calling it whatever mob news. My brother made his TV show Cowzilla. It featured a cow with mini buildings next to it. Just don’t spawn a creeper, they still blow up in creative.
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This is my personal favorite carpet design, and I generally always use something similar for my living rooms. All you do is make a design with wooden stairs. As you can see, I made a zig-zag type pattern. Surround the outside with some colored wool to soften it up, and you’re good to go!
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Step 8: ShelvesShow All Items 1. Look up really high but leave room to place stairs where you want shelves. If you looked high enough the stairs are upside down.2. You can place pictures, mob heads (non PE players), or even the flowers on top of your shelves.
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1. Look up really high but leave room to place stairs where you want shelves. If you looked high enough the stairs are upside down.2. You can place pictures, mob heads (non PE players), or even the flowers on top of your shelves.
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Step 26: TurtleDerp’s Racecar BedShow All Items This project was created by YouTuber TurtleDerp. I give him credit for this build. I did modify some things so that it would be buildable in PE. This thing is totally awesome, I’m suggesting this for a kids room but, come on you might want it in the master bedroom too!1. Place a furnace one block away from the wall.2. Put a bed in front of the furnace.3. Put stairs of your choice by the head of the bed.4. Put slabs of your choice by the foot of the bed.5. Place two blocks of coal in front of the slabs as tires.6. Place a block in between the coal blocks.7. Put a stair in front of that block.8. Put a carpet color of your choice on the random block.9. Place a block above and behind he furnace.10. Put slabs on that block to complete the fender. Now you can drive into a dream on your awesome racecar bed.
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This project was created by YouTuber TurtleDerp. I give him credit for this build. I did modify some things so that it would be buildable in PE. This thing is totally awesome, I’m suggesting this for a kids room but, come on you might want it in the master bedroom too!1. Place a furnace one block away from the wall.2. Put a bed in front of the furnace.3. Put stairs of your choice by the head of the bed.4. Put slabs of your choice by the foot of the bed.5. Place two blocks of coal in front of the slabs as tires.6. Place a block in between the coal blocks.7. Put a stair in front of that block.8. Put a carpet color of your choice on the random block.9. Place a block above and behind he furnace.10. Put slabs on that block to complete the fender. Now you can drive into a dream on your awesome racecar bed.
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To make a closet, first dig two blocks tall and one block wide into a wall. If you want to make it wider, dig in deeper and start to dig spreading out. Then, go out side of the little “room” you’ve made and put a door at the entrance. You can make a four by four entrance but you will have to put double doors. Since you cannot really “place” armor in the game (except in 1.8, if you use an armor stand), you must use a chest and put the chest into the closet, or if you still want to be able to see the armor put up a row of item frames with the armor inside.
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Depending on where you want your fridge, place the first iron door on the inner side of a block to the left or right of where you want your fridge. Then place the other iron door on the other side, leaving one blank block in between. Third, place your chest, and the last door in front of the chest. On top, place the stone slab. Finally place the button so you can open one of the 3 doors, whichever works for your room layout. To make a corner fridge with this method, you will only need 2 iron doors, with the layout like so:

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