Welcome to the first edition of Minecraft Building Tutorial! While we’re all stuck at home during quarantine season, we thought we’d give you some ideas for interior details to spice up your Minecraft house. Everyone needs a house in Minecraft, and regardless of whether you’re a newbie or veteran, these little details are guaranteed to make your home look cooler and make all your friends want to come over.

We know that sometimes building in Minecraft can be tough, but that’s no problem! All 10 of these interior details are easy to build, and the images are made in a way that clearly shows the necessary features of the build.

#1 Minecraft Luxury bed

Although any plain bed placed in the corner of your room will be enough to get you through the night safely, this particular design is very cozy. It can also function as a decorative detail in your home. Here is what materials you’ll need for this build:

  • 2 spruce wood planks
  • 4 spruce trapdoors
  • 4 spruce signs
  • 2 beds
  • 1 sea pickle
  • 1 lantern
Luxury Minecraft bed showcase

Image and design by @deer_builders on Instagram.

#2 Minecraft Table Soccer

While we’re stuck at home in quarantine, some of us may be longing for some form of sport. Even if you don’t like soccer, you’re bound to enjoy a good game of table soccer with some friends.

With this small interior decoration, you can put a table soccer game right in your Minecraft home. Sadly, it isn’t fully functional, but it’s can still be a great addition to any Minecraft house and give an awesome wow factor.

Here are the items you need to build this:

  • 2 smokers
  • 6 spruce trapdoors
  • 4 spruce stairs
  • 6 brown carpet
  • 6 green carpet
  • 3 white carpet
  • 12 armor stands
Minecraft Table Soccer

Image and design by @justbuildblox on Instagram.

#3 Minecraft Pool Table

For those of you who don’t enjoy a game of table soccer, maybe a pool is a better choice. This pool table design comes with a special case to hold the pool cues, as well as a set of lights directly above the pool table as an extra light source to the room. What’s not to love about it? Grab your cues and jump into a game of pool.

Here are the blocks you need to build this:

  • 13 spruce trap doors
  • 6 Redstone blocks
  • 2 lamps
  • 2 ender rods
  • 2 spruce fences
  • 12 green carpet
  • 8 oak signs
  • 4 pistons (have them raised/activated)
  • 2 smokers
  • 13 oak slabs
  • 2 oak stairs
Minecraft Pool Table

Image and design by @justbuildblox on Instagram.

#4 Minecraft Magic Cabinet 

To successfully face the late game content of Minecraft, you have to prepare with potions and enchantments! This magic cabinet design puts your brewing materials, bottles, enchantment table, and brewing stand all in one place.  That way, you don’t have to run around your house all the time. It looks pretty good too.

Here are the materials you need:

  • 13 spruce trapdoors
  • 1 oak trapdoor
  • 2 spruce stairs
  • 1 lantern
  • 3 oak chests
  • 3 item holders
  • 6 quartz ore
  • 6 bookshelves
  • 1 soul sand
  • 1 lectern
  • 1 book
  • 1 nether rack
  • 1 brewing stand
  • 1 blaze rod
  • 1 glass bottle
  • 1 spider eye
Minecraft Magic Table

Image and design by @minecraft_luki7 on Instagram.

#5 Minecraft Entertainment Unit 

Finally, if magic isn’t your thing and if you’re not really into traditional game accessories at home, you might enjoy the regular entertainment suite. Sadly, you can’t play Fortnite on it, but it’s still a great design and will get you great compliments.

The entertainment unit is decorated with drawers on the side and speakers in the top corners. There’s even a Game Cube placed right in front of the screen for your convenience!

Here’s what you need to build it:

  • 14 spruce trapdoors
  • 2 coal blocks
  • 6 item frames
  • 2 speaker heads
  • 2 spruce fences
  • 1 painting
  • 4 crafting tables
  • 4 spruce signs
  • 4 quartz slabs
  • 2 plant pots
  • 2 plants
  • 2 spruce stairs
  • 2 spruce slabs
Minecraft Entertainment Stand

Image and design by @freshminecraftbuilds on Instagram.

#6 Minecraft Weight Bench

In order to survive the harsh environment of the overworld, your Minecraft character needs to stay strong, so get his gym game on with this awesome weight lifting build.

This small but convenient decoration is great for making a miniature gym in your Minecraft home.

Here’s what you need to build this:

  • 5 ender rods
  • 2 black concrete blocks
  • 2 stone buttons
  • 2 andesite walls
  • 2 polished andesite stairs
  • 1 polished andesite slab
  • 3 blue carpet
  • 4 wither skeleton skulls
  • 2 armor stands
Minecraft Weight Bench

Image and design by @justbuildblox on Instagram.

#7 Minecraft Doghouse

Your pets need a home too! Rather than just letting your pet wolves run around your house, you can give them a cozy little home of their own in your garden or as an attachment to your house.

The design is very compact so it doesn’t get in the way of your other builds, and it gives your pet plenty of space.

Here’s what you need to build it:

  • 12 oak stairs
  • 1 item frame
  • 6 oak planks
  • 2 oak trapdoors
  • 6 spruce trapdoors
  • 1 bone
  • 1 oak sign
  • 4 oak slabs
  • 9 crafting tables
Minecraft Dog House

Image and design by @minecraft.perspective.yt on Instagram.

#8 Minecraft Map Room 

You can’t go out in some parts of the world, but there’s nothing stopping you from going out in Minecraft! Every explorer needs a good map, and what better place to put a map than on a wall in your Minecraft house? You can check it before going on your adventures so you don’t get lost or just have it as a decoration you can look at when you’re bored.

Here’s what you need to build it:

  • 4 spruce trapdoors
  • 4 spruce stairs
  • 9 barrels
  • 10 maps
  • 10 item frames
  • 1 armor stand
  • 1 banner
  • 1 skull
  • 1 lantern
Minecraft Map Room

Image and design by @hermitcraftt on Instagram.

#9 Minecraft Wooden Gazebo

We know some of you like to build gardens to accompany your houses, so we thought we’d add two garden decoration to this list as well. 

Here’s a wooden gazebo, designed to make your garden look a bit more realistic and cozy. It has two seats and a lantern in the middle, making it perfect to sit in even at night!

Here’s what you’ll need to build it:

  • 4 cobblestone walls
  • 4 spruce signs
  • 8 spruce fences
  • 9 campfires
  • 6 spruce trapdoors
  • 4 buttons
  • 1 lantern
Minecraft Gazebo

Image and design by @bestofminecraftbuilds on Instagram.

#10 Minecraft Outdoor Cauldron

For those who prefer to do their cooking outdoors, this is the second outdoor decoration we’ve added to this list. It consists of a cauldron hanging by two fence gates, as well as a campfire below it to make it look realistic.

Here’s what you need to build it:

  • 2 cobblestone stairs
  • 1 campfire
  • 1 cauldron
  • 2 armor stands
  • 2 heads (logs)
  • 2 gates (opened)
Minecraft Outdoor Cauldron

Image and design by @juegacongiovadm on Instagram.


Now that you’ve learned about all these great decorations through this list, what are you waiting for? Go and build some of these decorations, and make your dream Minecraft house look even better!

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