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!
Teachers! Did you use this instructable in your classroom?
Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.
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!
Participated in the