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How To Make Furniture For Your House - With Images!

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OpticBlades avatar OpticBlades
Level 46 : Master Narwhal
Hey Guys!!!

Today i am going to show you some furniture ideas I came up with. This will not be a tutorial yet, but if I get enough views and diamonds I will make a video showing you how to make them. I might even throw in an extra few more if I get to that point. Some of these are simple enough for you to figure out just by looking at them, but others won't be. So let's get started!

1. Bed Frame
This is a nice looking bed frame that is fairly cheap to build and looks great. You may use any type of wood you like, but this is my favorite combination of them.


Obviously you can't change the color of the fence posts (which i think would be a good new update, just saying) except for nether brick, but the rest of the wood can be different if you like. Even stone would work if it fit with your house.

Here's another angle:


2. Fireplace

I know there are a lot of tutorials for fireplaces out there, but here's my rendition. It uses stone brick, stone half slabs, and netherrack if you want it to actually burn. It's a bit more expensive with the smooth stone, requiring coal or silk touch, but I think it looks good. Here it is.


This will obviously be built in to the wall, but here's another view.


As you can see, there's a chimney for the particles to come out of. You may cover this up if you'd like.

3. Dining Room/ Living Room

This one is actually one of the coolest. most of you know that the only way to get a decent looking table is to use pistons pointing up. Using fences will make it too high, so that's why you use pistons instead. here's what the Dining Room part of it looks like:


Now I've never been a huge fan of using pistons as tables, mainly because you can see the base of the piston, and the top doesn't look great either. But they look better than fence posts, and they have an added advantage. You obviously have to put redstone torches under the pistons to power them and make them go up, so if you hook up a little redstone, you can pull a lever and do this:


Now like I said, the top of the pistons don't look great, so if you want to put some half slabs on them, it looks really good, like a little ottoman.

Now if you keep the half slabs on the pistons, it looks a bit big in "table form", but you can always just put them there and then take them off.


Before you ask, no, it doesn't actually work as a TV, but it still looks pretty good. It also is easy to make, and fairly cheap.


Easy as that. Here's a view farther away:



4. Bar

Not very common, no, but incredibly easy to make. It's a bit big for a player but it looks great:


From a slight angle:


Once again, fairly simple. Next!

5. Chandelier

This one is one of my favorites. A nice, simple, but elegant chandelier. It uses fences and glowstone (or torches, but I'll get to that later). Here's what it looks like.


You may use nether brick fences as well, but I feel the black kind of sucks up the light, so I prefer regular fences. Here's a higher view:


Now you may also do this with torches if you haven't gotten to the nether yet (but really, if you're building a chandelier, you're probably pretty set) Here's what it looks like:


Not as good looking, but still provides light in a fairly elegant way.

That's it for now! Be sure to leave a diamond if you want more and thanks for reading. Feedback is appreciated in the comments!


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07/24/2014 8:07 am
Level 11 : Journeyman Hunter
general_hook avatar
Thanks, i made the bed on my survival word
08/07/2012 11:05 pm
Level 7 : Apprentice Artist
Rahsheed4 avatar
I like this good job
08/08/2012 7:06 pm
Level 46 : Master Narwhal
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