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Although Minecraft is a powerful creative tool, it does have limitations. The scarcity of block types and their linear size tends to make the creation of certain detailed objects a challenge. This is especially so with furniture, but there are some easy tricks you can use to make several types of furniture in Minecraft—no texturepacks or mods required.
Thinking Outside the Block
The key to making furniture in Minecraft is creativity. When creating pieces for your home, office, or bat cave, a clever use of items will go far. As you'll see, the process is actually really simple and fun. For the most part we're going to make objects that look like furniture, which means that you can pretty well make endless variations to your designs. The items most commonly used to make Minecraft furniture include:
- Traps doors
- Pressure plates
- Half slabs
- Fence Posts
- Old fashioned blocks
Making furniture is all about using your imagination and making something look believable. If it's believable to you, chances are other people will know what it is. Take your time and try clever tricks. The fish tank is a great example of thinking outside the box, and making clever use of block types. This, after all, is the key to making furniture: using blocks in a way they were never intended.
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Introduction: Minecraft Chairs and Sofas
Hey guys! Long time no see! This is another instructable on making MC chairs and sofas! Hope you like it! It took me a long time to make this instructable!
Step 1: High Chair #1
Materials: stone slab, oak fence
1. Place the fence
2. Place the stone slab
Step 2: High Chair #2
Materials: fence,signs,oak stair
1. Place fence
2. Place oak stair
3. Place signs on both sides
Step 3: Regular Chair #1
Materials: oak slab, signs
1. Place the slab
2. Place signs around
Step 4: Regular Chair #2
Materials: oak stair, signs
1. Place the stair
2. Place signs on the sides
Step 5: Regular Chair #3
Materials: oak stairs
1. Place oak stairs in the picture above
Step 6: Fancy Chair
Ok, this one I got from ZiggzaggZebra but i changed it a bit. (BTW check out her instructables and follow her cause she's my best friend!)
Materials: trapdoors, door, oak plank
1. Place slab
2. Place the door behind it
3. Place trapdoors
4. Close them
Step 7: Throne
Materials: gold block (or whatever it is) , quartz slab, quartz block, quartz stairs
1. Place the stairs facing each other leaving a space in the middle
2. Place the slab in the middle
3. Place the quartz block in the back
4. Place the gold block in the middle and quartz blocks in the sides
5. Place a row of quartz slabs on top
6. Place one more quartz slab on top in the middle
Step 8: Bench #1
Materials: signs, oak stairs
1. Place the oak stairs
2. Place the signs on the sides
Step 9: Bench #2
Materials: any block, oak stair, oak slab
1. Place your block and put the stairs
2. Place the slab in the middle
3. Break the blocks
Step 10: Bench #3
Materials: oak stairs oak slab
** this doesn't look like a chair or something but I just like it cause it looks cool **
1. Place stairs
2. Place slab in the middle
Step 11: Regular Sofa
Materials: quartz block, quartz stairs, quartz slabs
1. Place the blocks
2. Place the stairs
3. Place the slabs in the middle
4. Place the Slabs on top
Step 12: Cozy Sofa
Materials: cyan wool, stone slabs
1. Place the wool
2. Place more wool on the sides
3. Put the slabs in between
Step 13: Beach Chair #1
Materials: quartz stairs, quartz slabs
1. Place the stair
2. Place the slab
Step 14: Beach Chair #2
Materials: quartz block, quartz slab
1. Place the block
2. Place the slabs (2)
Step 15: Corner Chair
Materials: corner, signs, oak stair
1. Find a corner and place signs like in the picture above
2. Place signs at the ends
Step 16: The Last Chair
Materials: trapdoors, oak slab
1. Place slab
2. Place trapdoors and close them
Step 17: Thanks!
Hope you liked it!!!!!!!!! If you make these chairs or sofas pls put it in the comments! Also comment which one was YOUR fave and what I should do next! Pls like too!
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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 is merely decorative and will enhance the look of your house. You can make it more functional. For example, a fridge could hold food in a way so the block holding the food is accessible. Or, a fireplace can be used as an item incinerator. Try coming up with ways to incorporate uses into furniture.
The most essential piece to a bedroom is the bed. Once you've placed a bed, you can start decorating your bedroom with furniture. Dressers, desks, and bookshelves are the basic furniture you can put in your bedroom.
To make a barricaded door or window, use signs and put them against doors or windows as pieces of wood then type dashes on.
A dresser is a stack of double chests. An idea for a more interesting home is to have themed chests with only certain things (e.x. Only store armor in the dresser). You can place item frames next to the dressers to show the items inside. Craftable clothing isn't available in Vanilla Minecraft, so most players put armor in their dressers. If this is the case, place a few armor stands down to show off your newly crafted armor.
If you don't want to waste wood on chests/need dressers for a real purpose, but still want them for decoration, you can make a dresser that looks like real life, but is not functional in Minecraft, and does not cost much wood, as it is made of wood planks. Place two wood planks next to each other on the floor, and place two above that. Then, put trapdoors, buttons, or signs with the letter O on all 4 blocks.
Here is a design for a cool and interactive closet that is simple to make. You will need:
Place the blocks like this (the grid is from the side view):
Then, place the doors over it so they look like the double doors, with the handles closest to each other. You could also add trapdoors either side of the stairs.
Here is how to make a simple cabinet.
- 1 of any type of block (bookshelves are preferable, because it gives the illusion of food or dinnerware within.)
- 2 trapdoors
Place the block against a wall. Then, place one trapdoor on top of the block and one on the front side. If desired, place multiple blocks with trapdoors next to each other, for a bigger cabinet.
For the bunk bed, you need a wall that has at least a width of 4 and a height of 4.
Get fences and place them each on the outer rim of the wall, and then place wood planks in the wall spaces on the bottom only. Place a bed on top of the two blocks. Next, get rid of the blocks under the bed and then place a bed where those blocks were. However, note that the top bed will not change your spawn point unless there is a solid block with two empty blocks above it one block below the bed and directly adjacent and you will wake up on top of the bed, so there needs to be more than one block of space above the bed.
You can also make a bunk bed with two doors and two beds. Put two blocks of any type in a row, and then place a bed on top. Break the two blocks. Then, place a bed under the top bed. Finally, put the two doors on the side.
This final design for a bunk bed requires a wall that is 3x3, and you will need 6 fences and 2 beds. First, place two stacks of fences, 3 blocks high each, with 2 blocks in between them. Then, place the first bed on the floor, the second on the 3rd fence, and you're finished!
To make a bookshelf, stack as many bookshelf blocks as you desire. You can also use slabs and stairs stacked on top of each other to simulate normal shelves. The back of looms can be used to look like empty shelves amongst the books. This design is simple, but pretty!
If you want it to be really simple:
To make a shelf, place a row of 4 wood planks on the ground, and add a stack of 3 wood planks at each end. Close off the space at the top with 2 more planks. Finally, add slabs in the middle of all of the wood planks to simulate shelves.
You can make a modern shelf by placing carpet on top of one another.
Note: As of Java Edition 1.4.2, there are now flower pots made out of three bricks crafted the same way as a Bucket, making this method not quite as useful. However, this method still remains useful for 2-block high plants, as they can't be placed into flower pots.
If you don't want to use a flower pot, either for the reason that you want to have a 2-block high plant in your pot or just a different type of flower pot, read on.
Place a grass block. You may also get a long grass, a rose, a yellow flower, or any of the other new 1-block-high plants.
Next, dig out the blocks around it on the floor.
Above each hole, place a trapdoor. Then make them all in the closed position, with its flat side against the side of the dirt block. After that, fill in the holes. Then put dirt or a stone block, tall grass piece, or fern on top of the dirt block and you're done!
Another way to make potted plants is to put signs around a block of dirt as the pot and then put a plant on top of it.
You can also do this:
To make a desk, take your choice of support, (Fence or fence gate look the best) and place 2 of them for a freestanding desk, 1 for a desk attached to the wall. Then make a surface (wooden slabs work well). Pressure plates or carpets can be also placed on fences, creating a much flatter surface. Additionally, if three fence blocks are placed in a row, two could be covered in pressure plates, and one with glowstone or a redstone lamp on top, making a "lamp".
Another neat way of making easy and simple desks is to have a set of pistons lined up in patterns in rectangular shapes or lines. Simply place redstone blocks in the shape of your desk one block beneath your floor. Then place pistons atop the blocks for a permanent desk/table. Another way to make a desk is after the pistons are placed, put a single redstone torch under each one of them, causing the pistons to activate, and thus making a quick and simple table. An adaptation of this is to put a piston in the ground facing up and put pressure plates around it. When you walk up to it, the table/desk pops up.
A different way of making desks is to make a huge table out of blocks. There should be four "leg" blocks, acting as the "legs" of your table. On top of the "legs" you can put slabs or blocks, making a simple table. This form of table is one of the easiest to make.
The last type of table is the "Block-by-block" table. It consists of a simple arrangement of multiple blocks. By putting many blocks in a rectangular, square, or straight pattern, you can make a simple table useful for keeping things on. This form of table is mostly built with white, plain wool, because it causes the table to look like the table is covered with a clean, white tablecloth.
Another way to make a good looking desk is to place two upside down stairs on the ends with slabs between them, the stairs act as the legs. And if you want to have a top table cloth but still a wood table then put white carpet on top of the wood blocks.
Place an iron block, a painting on the side, and a "keyboard" in front of it. Some people use a powered minecart rail, mostly because it looks like there's buttons on it in the original resource pack. Best use with a desk. Some people put an item frame with an apple on the back to brand it as an Apple iMac! You can use 3×2×1 logs and put the "computer" in the middle. Alternatively, there are several mods that can provide you with computers. A good example is ComputerCraft or the Mr. Crayfish's furniture mod.
Another way is to place a painting on the wall in front of a block of wood and place a minecart rail or another object that looks like a computer keyboard and you can use that as a computer. When you want to 'change the display' just put a new picture in place. A really good way of making a keyboard is digging a one block deep hole, and then putting a carpet on it. Then, put two armor stands facing forward on the left and right side of the hole. Using pistons, push the armor stands into the hole. Now push a quartz block downward repeatedly (again, using a piston) until it reaches ground level. There you have it, a keyboard.
Another way to make a computer is by placing a wooden or stone pressure plate. From the outside (or rear of the 'desk'), place a sign on the edge of the pressure plate (check for the black outline showing the plate as selected). This sign can be decorated with common logos, like real monitors. Now, move to the front of the 'desk' (or back of the sign, which is now floating) and place a picture. An optional button can be placed on the left or right as a mouse. Two of these screens can be setup (the pressure plate is required to hold the sign) for dual monitor configurations.
Alternatively, you can use the item frame method to set up a computer. Place an oak wood block next to the wall. Above it on the wall put an item frame. On the wood block, put a stone pressure plate and there you have it! You can put a map or an item (heads are good ones) inside to make it look like you are running a program. You can also expand by putting another block of wood on one side of the first one and placing a empty flower pot on one and a button of any type on the other. You now have a laptop with some coffee and a mouse!
To make a disk drive, place a jukebox close to a wall and place a stone or wooden pressure plate on the jukebox. Add a picture on the wall and then place any block beside the jukebox and place a lever on it. Now you have a computer that can play music!
Griefer's trick: Add a TNT trap with a dropper and a wooden pressure plate hidden and a trapdoor to open the computer system and add a book to the dropper. You can use them as 'viruses' to wreck their computer. Add a button next to the dropper to turn it 'on'. Add a command block next to the pressure plate “hidden” and set the command to: . When a player has turned 'on' their computer, the ERROR! alert will make the player think there is a virus and then the computer will explode!
One way is to put a block of any kind with a painting on. Underneath put a pressure plate as a keyboard and use stairs as a desk chair. There are many other ways that you can make them please comment below to help other players! :)
Using a redstone lamp is the easiest way to create a toggle-able light source. Alternatively, you can use one of the following methods:
To make a lamp, place a fence block and put a torch (or some glowstone) on top. it can also work with a cobblestone wall or end rod.
One method to create a side table-looking light is placing a glowstone, sea lantern, redstone lamp or other full-block light source on your floor, and put a trapdoor on each side. Or you could put lights behind paintings as well.
Another method is making an invisible lamp, by placing your preferred light source in your floor and cover it with a carpet, which doesn't block the light.
Or, to make a different kind of lamp, build up three blocks from your original ceiling, place glass where the original ceiling was and leave one block open for an escape hatch and start placing lava. This would be best used in creative mode in a netherrack/nether bricks structure (creative mode because depending on how big your house is it might take a lot of lava to cover the ceiling!)
Mood lighting can be made by placing a glowstone block and shield it on all sides but one. Next, place a slab in the remaining spot. The result is a small patch of slightly whiter light. This will not create a radius of light however, so it's solely for the effect.
A modern/futuristic style light can be made by placing down any block and then a stone slab (or any half-step) on top. Then remove the bottom block and put another half step in its place. Put a glowstone block on top of all of it. It should look like the glowstone hovers above the stone slabs.
Another modern way is to have a wall with stairs on all of the bottom row of blocks but the corners, and place glowstone in the corners. Then place one more stair piece next to the glowstone to make an 8×8 pixel square of glowstone. Lastly, place a half slab of the same type of the stair (wood plank, cobblestone, stone brick, sandstone) on the glowstone. There you have a modern 'glowing' couch piece. I recommend either stone brick (modern) or sandstone (blends in with glowstone).
Using lava as lighting can create a cool effect. Place a non-flammable block on the ground. Place a block next to that, and place glass on there, before removing the second block you placed. Do this on all sides, before placing any amount of layers of glass on top of the glass. Pour lava down the resulting tube, and place a non-flammable block on the top. Another way (This is best for dungeons) is to place lava and put iron bars in front of the lava (This may not work in 1.13 because of updated water physics). Note: This is dangerous if anything within four blocks of your lava lamp is flammable. Not recommended for houses with lots of wood/wool.
Curtains can be useful for the sides of bathtubs, or just as decoration anywhere. Attach a row of blocks under your ceiling, and then attach vines to the sides. The vines will grow hanging down, and create curtains for you.
Another alternative is to use wool. Just make a small wall of wool in front of your window or open space, and privacy is perfect!
Also, as of version 1.8, you can use banners as curtains. First, make a banner. The color and design are up to you, but a plain white banner is good with many homes. Next, you must put up the banner. For one block high windows, place the banner on the block above it. If the window is two blocks high, place the banner on the higher glass block of the two. For three or more, place banners on every row except the bottom one. This design makes a nice hanging curtain that lets light in and can easily be removed.
Ladders and or trapdoors could also be used as open window shutters.
It's a good idea to add a crafting table to your bedroom, and possibly a jukebox. Crafting tables and jukeboxes already exist in the game, so there is no need to build them differently.
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 outside 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.
Living Room Furniture
The living room is your house's heart, where you can gather with friends (if you're on a server) and spend your time, if you want to.
Tables are an essential furniture item in every living room. Read on to find out how to make many different table designs!
To create a coffee table, use any type of slab and place them near your sofas, chairs, etc. To make a mug, try a flower pot with nothing in it. As part of the new 1.13 update, sea pickles will work as mugs too. You can also place multiple sea pickles on one block.
Build a fence and add a wooden pressure plate, carpet/rug or trapdoor on top for a good looking table. Another option is to place a piston in the ground with a redstone torch or block below it. The piston will activate, and will create a nice, one block table.
Dining Room Tables
- Place two stair blocks facing each other. Next, place two slab blocks of your taste on top of them. Some crafters believe that slab floors will make the table more aesthetically pleasing.
- You could also try the piston table. The piston table looks cool with a cake on it! Again, some crafters believe that slab floors will make the table more aesthetically pleasing.
- Another method utilizing stair blocks: Place stairs upside-down, and back-to-back. This table can be as small as 2 back-to-back stairs or as large as you like! Slabs and stairs can be used as chairs.
- Place four blocks (e.g., wood planks) for the legs of your table. Then place some upside down slabs in the center of the four legs you just created. Next, place four upside down slabs between the legs to make an awesome table.
- Place a dark block (e.g., such as nether bricks) in a 3×2 hole in your floor. On top of your dark blocks, place glass blocks.
- For larger tables, you can place stone pressure plates or white carpet to serve as dishware. You can use empty flowerpots for cups and/or a chest with prepared food in the middle of the table, too!
- For a simple table, with an actual use, simply use fence posts against your wall, then put wooden pressure plates on top. Once that is done, simply replace the blocks on the wall right above the table (on the same level as the pressure plates) with droppers (dispensers work too, but require a bow to make, unlike droppers). Now, fill the droppers with food, and then all you have to do is walk up to the table, and voila! you have food.
- In later versions you can have fence posts over the whole area of the table and cover them with carpets.
- For plates, you can use item frames (if your tabletop is made out of solid blocks) and put any item of food in them that you like.
Place two glowstone blocks where you want the center of your table to be, then surround the glowstone blocks with glass panes for a cake and coffee table that will light up your living room! You can also make some more rings of glowstone around the middle glowstone block.
You can also make a modern table with some carpet, stairs and fences by placing the carpet on top of a fence and then putting the stairs of your choice down in the places you would like it for the seats.
Extended pistons are usually more aesthetically pleasing than fences with pressure plates, as they form a solid top, rather than one with gaps. You need 6 pistons and 6 redstone torches. Dig the floor 3×2×2 and then fill just one layer of the hole with redstone torches.
Then just cover the hole with pistons (or you could place a sticky piston at random to make it look as though someone spilled) facing upward. The piston table is completed.
Place 2 blocks above where you want your table, now create a 2 block deep hole below the blocks above your table (3 if you include the gap for the table which should already be there), get into the hole, look up and place 2 stairs facing each other on the bottom of them, get out the hole and fill it in, now remove the 2 blocks above the table, you now have a nice simple table.
Note: Remember to fill the hole.
Using carpet blocks, you can replace the pressure plates on tables with carpet, or perhaps top your piston arms with the aforementioned block. This will create a nice-looking tablecloth. Use it anywhere, from fancy restaurants to cave homes!
Stone age table
This table is simple, yet looks glorious on medieval structures or mansions. Start by putting a cobblestone slab at the top, and surround it with upside-down cobblestone stairs- don't forget to destroy the corners after. in the middle, put a flower pot and plant it with your favorite flower (Allium or Azure bluet recommended). Make chairs and put iron pressure plates on top of cobblestone stairs. Enjoy!
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 fences up top and a 2×1 painting on the fence.
A more expensive method is by putting a redstone lamp in the wall with a lever next to it, and a painting over the lamp. When the lever is pulled, light will shine through the painting.
Another design is to place two furnaces at the bottom, two obsidian on top, and a 2×1 painting in front where you want the screen, then place two iron blocks vertically across the sides and place a button on each one.
Sofas and Chairs
A sofa can be made using 2-4 stair blocks, with a sign attached to either side as "arms". Also, as of Java Edition 1.4.2, one could use stairs facing inward to create "arms". An alternate type of sofa can be made by placing 2 or more slabs in a row and surround the sides and back with blank signs. To make a 'leather' sofa, use slabs surrounded by wool blocks.
Another way to make a nice couch is to place four wood planks in a row, with wood slabs on top. Then, put two wood planks on the ends and two rails in the middle. Place minecarts on the rails, and there! You have a couch you can actually sit on!
Chairs can be made similarly to sofas, but the 'sitting' area is only 1 block wide. There are many variations of the chair listed below. You could just place 1 stair block for a simple chair. You could also put 1 stair block down, and put blank signs on the side for an armchair. You could also put down 1 slab, with blank signs on the sides and the back for a cool-looking armchair.
If you have a dog (tamed wolf), you may also want a dog bed in your house for it to sit on. You can make one using 2 wood slabs in a row, with signs attached on the sides, front and back. Also, since the 1.6.1 update, place 2 carpet color of choice on the ground.
A throne can be made by placing a minecart track on the ground with a block (stone, cobblestone, or iron blocks are best) on one end and a staircase on the other end. placing another block on top of the first and one on either side of it. Then, four stairs are placed to the sides of the minecart track and the original staircase. Then, place two stairs on the two side blocks. Put a minecart on the track and enjoy the throne you can sit on.
A step up into the modern world of interior design is the "lounge bench". Make an extra-long "sofa" with a 90-degree angle in it somewhere, no sign "arms", and possibly using slabs and blocks, instead of stair pieces. If in a corner, a bookshelf looks appealing in the corner, and blends in with the wood's texture. You can also place any type of stairs (oak wood stairs are recommended) and place blocks on the sides.
Another model looks like a sofa from a TV show. You are required to have 3 height, 2 length and 6 width. You can use spruce wood or brown wool to make it look like that TV show sofa, but you have to have 26 blocks of that material. Any material is okay, but otherwise, it will not look like the prototype. First, lay 12 blocks of your material in a 2×6 rectangle. Then add your material to ½ of your sofa (width). Then, on the ends of where there is 1 layer of material, add 1 block to each end. Now just add 6 blocks on top of the 2 block height area (other than the ends and add 1 block on each. Never set near fires, as the sofa will burn up.
You can also make a working chair, using a minecart, rail, stair, 2 signs, any full block, a piston, and a lever. First place a piston 2 blocks above where you want your chair to be (facing down) and place a lever on the side of it, next place a full block with a rail on it where you want your chair to be, then place a minecart on the rail and break the block below the rail, after that place a stair where the rail was, finally activate the lever, it should push the stair block into the minecart, now break the piston and lever and place signs on the sides of the chair. To make a cool desk chair you could use a Red Nether Brick Slab instead of a stair, spruce or dark oak trapdoors instead of signs and 2 more trapdoors behind the chair as the back, and a red banner on the top back trapdoor hanging into the seat (you could also make a working a couch using this method). IMPORTANT: if you touch the chair while moving, it could mess up the minecart. there are 2 ways to fix this, the first is taking apart the chair and repeating these steps, the second can also also prevent this but requires cheats, for the second one you can either enter the command: , or place a repeating command block under the chair set to 600 ticks in delay and always active with the same command as before. Ex. if your chair is at coordinates 176 85 293 and facing north then the command is: (Note: the last number could be 294 or 292).
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.
For the actual fire, the simplest option is to simply use a campfire. This has the right appearance and has the useful function of cooking food without fuel, while also not igniting nearby blocks. Campfires can still damage mobs that touch them, so make sure that nothing can get to them. The alternatives are burning netherrack, lava or even an operating furnace.
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 a campfire/netherrack. Light the netherrack (if going with this option), 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 with lava inside, 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.
For an alternate fireplace design, pick a spot away from any flammable material. Next, dig a 1 block deep hole (2 blocks if using netherrack) and put the fire in it. Next, you should place a glass block on top of the fire so you won't burn yourself (you will have to put a block adjacent to the hole to place the glass block then later remove it). Put chairs and/or couches surrounding this and you have yourself a fire pit and lounge.
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