How to Make a Big Fancy House in Minecraft

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Before we begin, I would like to warn you that this is just a general guide to house building, I will not give exact proportions as some people want a different kind of house.

WARNING: This guide is made fore Minecraft 1.8. Other versions may be used, but you will not have the same results. Particularly with doors.

Now let's get building!

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Step 1: Step 1: Build the Frame

Picture 1: Build a few squares/rectangles. You do not have to build it in this way, but this is the template I am using.

Picture 2: Remove the walls to make it one shape.

Picture 3: Build the walls up to about 4-5 blocks high.

Picture 4: Build the wall layouts for your rooms. As you can see, they do not have to be square.

Picture 5: Make the floor patterns for the seprate rooms.

Step 2: Step 2: Decorating the Bottom Floor

Picture 1: Decorate the entrance outside with flowers, bushes and a gravel path.

Picture 2: Table made of carpets on top of tripwire to make it fly.

Picture 3: Zoom in on underneath table

Pictures 4&5: TV area

Picture 6: Hangout

Picture 7: Entrance. Note the open gate as coat hangers

Pictures 8-10: Kitchen. Note Open gates again as wine rack

Picture 11: Bathroom.

Picture 12: Showing how Iron Trapdoor stays open

Picture 13: Bed/Hobby room. Note Banner as easel and pot as coffee cup

Picture 14: Bottom Floor overview

Picture 15: Build Up walls between rooms

Step 3: Step 3: Top Floor and Roof

Step 1: Fill In The Top Except For A Small Area.

Step 2: Add A Balcony

Step 3: Make The Template for the roof and a window/door

Step 4: Build Up The Roof All Around.

Step 5: Fill The Top Of The Roof. Note How I Added A Chimney.

Step 6: Light Up Under The Balcony

Step 4: Step 4: Furnishing Up

Step 1: Add Windows For Light

Step 2: 'Nother Look at the kitchen to show the lighting

Step 3: Higher View

Step 4: Guest Room

Step 5: Living Area

Step 6: Stash of Random Crap

Step 5: Step 5: Touch Ups

Steps 1-2: Cover The Quartz With Granite to look like an AC

Steps 3-4: Cover The Redstone Torch With Stone To Look Like A Rock Outside

Step 6: Step 6: You're Done!

Have Fun With Your House! Make Any Necessary Tweaks To Make It To YOUR Design!

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    darcymanns

    5 days ago

    awsome build but could i get the mesaurments for the one u made
    thanks

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    bairdb

    2 years ago

    I built it but i put a spa up in it and a different bathroom plan

    and i put 2 bathrooms in it on the socond floor

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    Dhruvaingale

    3 years ago

    I think the attic is is the second storey gonna make it tomorrow when i have my tab and if i have spare time even a big 3 storey house article! ;D

    the article is awesome!!

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    IHazCawfeegermanlad

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks Man! Too Bad I Didn't Win Anything Though :(

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    SethY1

    3 years ago

    I wish there were width and height instructions so I can make it with ease but, pretty cool. Nice building :D, and Thanks

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    Ryan DoesG

    4 years ago

    Not a bad house, however, I think it looks better with more windows and wood logs replacing the corners on the outside of the house, and making it two stories tall. Just my opinion :)

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    Ryan DoesGRyan DoesG

    Reply 4 years ago

    Also, I really like the oak log checkered floor design. Thinking about using it when I decide to build my massive jungle base :D

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    XxshadowkingxX

    4 years ago

    Hi bro nice work and welled tryed try doing a redstone pool that would be awsome

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    germanlad

    4 years ago

    well, at least you tried. :)