5 Easy Steps to Improve Your Minecraft Interior

so I went back on the server and he comes up to me and he says hey I watched your tutorial and now my house is really great will you come and see it and I'm like I don't know man your last one wasn't great and he's like please fine so I follow him all the way to his house which again is a thousand blocks away and it's great I'm shocked that tutorial must have been really amazing and then I asked can I go inside and he says it's practical and already alarm bells are going off in my head lightly but I'll give him the benefit of the doubt so I go inside and I'm like so I'm going to give you five easy steps to improve your interior so this is the house I'm going to be making interior on and if we go inside we'll start immediately with the first step which is demolition sorry did I say demolition I meant preparation you need to get rid of everything that you've done previously so you have a completely clean slate this includes removing anything that you've previously built and it means filling in the walls on the floor just getting your very basic box to work with you might also want to light it up so that you can see everything that you're doing this is a fairly easy step and one of the most time-consuming it might take you a little while to complete all of them especially if you have a few stories like I do but once you're finished it should look fairly clean not very detailed but clean and it's a good start you should find that your build looks something similar to this now that brings us on to our second step you'll find that doing interior and exterior they don't have that many dissimilarities and much like the exterior one of the key steps to improving your house is the framing and that's no different for the interior I'm going to be going round making the same wooden framing on the inside that I did on the outside filling in the corners with pillars and wherever I want there to be any sort of right angle to connect two pieces of house together I will make a frame and framing in particular is what causes the house to have a really nice shape when everything has an outline it's really aesthetically pleasing if you went ahead and just did no framing at all it wouldn't look like the building had any structure to it any foundation along with the framing it's important know where you're going to put your staircases because staircases can be very finicky things you need to make sure that they don't get in the way but they're convenient enough for you to use and while you're there you have to make the floors for the second and third storey if you have them like I do so it's important while you're framing to keep in mind where you're going to put your staircase and how you're going to decorate it with the frame it's also important to have as much consistency as possible if you have one type of framing on one side of your house for instance you have pillars in the middle of your floor and then on the other side of the house you have no framing at all it's going to look rather bad so if you are going to be doing some heavy framing do make sure that it's the same throughout your build and when you're finally finished it should look a little bit something like this which brings us on nicely to the third step which is the walls from your preparation the wall should be fairly clean but lack detail now we can't move the windows around because that would mess with the exterior and we can't break into the walls because that would create an hole in the wall so we have to work around our windows and we have to try and detail the wall in the best way we can I tend to do that by adding logs around it or giving the windows some sort of frame or anything like that it's kind of up to you how you do it you can go for a simple one or you can try and overcomplicate it if like me you find that you have quite large spaces of wall which you need to detail but aren't quite sure what to do you can often come up with these little tricks that really define the room and take up the space for example in this part I'm making it a fireplace like a very old rustic fireplace that you might find in and very old in and I'm just going to detail it with some coal ore to make it look like there was a fire there and then add iron fence to close it off may also at this point want to fix up your lighting a little bit I place torches in a consistent manner on all of my beams so that they don't look out of place but at the same time light up the room really nicely this point is a good opportunity to make sure that your entire build is consistent it was very easy to make frame work while it was empty but now that you're starting to detail it a little bit more you might find that you've missed a few bits like I have that brings us on nicely to the fourth step which is furniture this is when the build really starts to come together and we're getting quite close to finishing you may notice that I've been completely ignoring the top half of the build this is because I'm trying to keep it in short digestible steps for everyone while not taking an hour to do the build myself but the principles remain the same no matter what room you're doing okay so moving on to the furniture you want to add things that complement the room often you can decorate a wall with shelves desks chairs storage area kitchen area that kind of thing it's completely up to you what you want to do but I try to keep it within the boundaries of a normal house I wouldn't for example keep an elephants table in the house so there are various techniques that you can do to make furniture most of them involve steps and half slabs and you can see from the way that I'm making these things how that would work this step is actually fairly short but it's essential for the last step which is the fine details now that you have all your furniture you really need to put stuff on it and I'm not going to lie it's mainly putting pots of flowers everywhere you also want to add carpets anvils anything like that bookshelves is a good one these decorative blocks really complement the room and make it come together the contrast of the colors is essential I chose a red carpet because it really stands out and finally you can add things like paintings item frames armor stands which you can put behind glass to make a cabinet and once that's done you've kind of finished your entire interior it really isn't as hard as it seems you just need to make sure that you have the base foundation of the framework and then filling everything in with furniture and fine details is the easy bit and that's it thank you very much for watching I really hope these steps help I know they're not quite as clear-cut as making a house five steps you improve your house but I hope they helped you nonetheless thank you very much for watching goodbye

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