Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

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Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

This post contains affiliate links. If you saw my home tour post, then you saw my three boys’ room all decked out in Minecraft stuff. I had so much fun making their Minecraft themed room. Some of my favorite pieces in there is this large statement piece with these Minecraft characters, including a zombie, Steve and a creeper. Each face is about 21×21 inches. These were so easy to make and the best part was that they were very inexpensive. I just reused some wood that I had for another project I did for my last house. I just used the backside. And that wood was cheap, only about $2 for all three pieces. This is how I made them. I took some ply wood and cut them into 21×21 squares. As you can tell by the paint, this is the back side of painted wood. I then drew a grid onto the ply wood using a L square to line it up. Each line was 1.5 inches apart. As you can see, I always have “helpers” when I do projects :).

Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

Minecraft, DIY, bedroom decor, Enderman, TNT, Steve, Creeper, Diamond stone. I had old blocks w/ letters on them that my son outgrew, so I painted over them to update the blocks to match his new Minecraft bedroom decor. I used acrylic paints & painted freehand so it's close enough! 😉

Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

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For the past year, I saved my money and watched for deals on all things Minecraft.  When my kids all went to their grandma’s house for a week, I went into each room, painted and redecorated it so that it would match with their own personality.  For my son, that meant Minecraft.  The kid – well – let’s say he is a tad obsessed with the game!

Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

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.

Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

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.

Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

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.

Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

Hi Kaysi. I have a 10 yr boy that LOVES minecraft. Ive seen pictures of your idea & have wanted to try it for months now, but didnt know how to go about it. (i am no artist, by far) then i searched the images again & stumbled onto this website. I just wanted to tell you how awesome you are for “making it so simple” & they look so great! I am going to go give it a shot, rite now. Thanx Kaysi, Amber

Minecraft Bedroom Decorations

Most nicely built bathrooms have some kind of tiles for the floor. Slabs can help you save time and resources if you’re in survival. Quartz looks very nice in bathrooms as they add a clean, polished feel and can be chiselled into different styles. You can make bathrooms with even running water, but these would mainly serve as decorations since you (hopefully) can’t actually take a bath or use the toilet. Technically, any small room with an infinite water source and a door, qualifies as a “water closet”. However, here are some ways to build fixtures that can be used for disposal and/or decoration.

The most essential piece to a bedroom is the bed. You can make a ‘fake’ bed using wool, But this article isn’t about that kind of thing. This is about decorative furniture (for the most part). Let’s start with some basics: Dressers, desks, and bookshelves.

To make a bookshelf, stack as many bookshelf blocks as you desire. It’s also a good idea to add a crafting table to your bedroom, and possibly a jukebox. As well as bookshelves, you can use slabs and stairs stacked on top of each other to simulate normal shelves.

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