Whether you are a Minecraft player or not, I hope that you enjoy the content and find it helpful! With this tutorial, we will cover the basics of how to do a cottagecore Minecraft house.
Hello everyone, this is a tutorial on how to build a cottagecore Minecraft house. This is a very easy build and can be done in just a few hours. I will go over the steps needed to build this house and explain everything along the way. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to comment below or message me on social media. Enjoy!
What is a Cottagecore Minecraft House?
If you’re looking for a Minecraft house that’s big on function over form, you may want to check out cottagecore. This mod essentially turns every block into a functional component, which means you can build whatever your heart desires without having to worry about pesky stability issues or wasted space.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to build a basic cottagecore Minecraft house using the default template. If you’re feeling creative and want to build something more elaborate, there are plenty of options available to you. Just be sure to read the documentation thoroughly before getting started so that you know what’s supported and what isn’t.
The plan of the house
Minecraft is a great game for creative people. It allows you to build whatever you can imagine, and this is why it’s a great game for cottage industry builders. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to make a cottagecore Minecraft house. This type of Minecraft house is perfect for people who want a cozy place to stay while they explore the game.
The first thing that you need is a cottage core version of Minecraft. If you don’t have the game yet, you can download it from the official website. Once you have the game downloaded, go on over to our website and sign up for our free trial account. This will give you access to all of our tutorials. After you have signed up, go back over to our website and launch the game. When the game launches, click on the “Create New Account” button in the top left corner of the screen. Enter your username and password, and then click on the “Create Account” button in the top right corner of the screen. Once you have created your account, go back over to our website and launch the game again. When the game launches, click on the “Play” button in
Building the frame
In this tutorial, we will be building a cottagecore Minecraft house. The frame for this house will be made from six wooden planks, three of which will form the sides of the house and three of which will form the roof. The remaining plank will serve as the floor.
To begin, follow these simple steps:
- Place a plank on the ground in front of you.
- Measure the length of the plank and mark it with a pencil.
- Cut the plank along the marked line with a saw or a heavy knife.
- Repeat step 3 until all six planks have been cut.
- Place two of the planks side by side on the ground, forming a narrow waist-high frame. The ends of the planks should overlie each other by about 1 inch (2.5 cm).
- Fit one end of a second plank over the first one, so that their edges line up exactly and their tops overlap by about 1 inch (2.5 cm). Holding onto both ends of the second plank, fit it into the gap between the first and second plank so that it is
Putting up the back wall
Building the back wall is the first step in creating your cottagecore Minecraft house. Follow these simple steps to get started:
- Start by digging a hole large enough to fit your wall material inside of it. You will need to leave an extra few inches on all sides of the hole so that you can install the barrier blocks later.
- Place a layer of sandstone or cobblestone at the bottom of the hole. This will act as a foundation for your wall.
- Build up the wall using either regular blocks or blocks that are taller than usual, like cobblestone stairs or oak logs. Make sure to leave a small opening at the top of the wall for ventilation and light.
- Install a barrier block at the top of the wall, just above the opening. This will prevent mobs from entering your house and will also keep items inside your house safe from theft (unless you decide to leave an open door in the barrier block).
The front porch and how we created it
The front porch is a great place to relax or entertain guests while outside. We built ours using the cottagecore Minecraft house tutorial and it was really easy! The steps are as follows:
- Start by finding a good location for your porch. For ours, we placed it in the corner of our lot so that guests could easily see and greet each other.
- Next, build the foundation of your porch using cobblestone and stone stairs. The height of your steps doesn’t really matter, just make sure they’re high enough so you can comfortably stand on them when visiting.
- Once your foundation is complete, add some simple decorations like torches and flowers to create a cozy atmosphere. If you want to get really creative, you can even install a hot tub or hammock!
- Finally, add a roof to complete the look and make sure everything is secure by adding some blocks around the perimeter. Then sit back and enjoy your new relaxing porch!
How we decorated the cottagecore Minecraft house tutorial
We had a blast decorating our cottagecore Minecraft house tutorial. The whole process was so much fun and we’re definitely going to do it again! Here are some of our favorite things we did:
- We designed and printed out some custom curtains for the windows.
- We made a custom door using redstone repeaters and a pressure plate.
- We installed a light switch by the door and added some cobwebs for extra effect.
- We decorated the walls with lots of cute wallpaper designs and painted them white.
- We added a few pieces of furniture, including a small table and two chairs.
Discussion and conclusion
I started by finding a nice looking cottage on the map. It zoomed in to get a good look at the structure and chose some of the features that I wanted. I selected the roof, windows, and door. Next, I used the copy and paste function to create a new block in my inventory and placed it near where I wanted my house to be. Then, I used the shift function to move the original block over so that the cottage was centered around my character. Finally, I hit enter to create my house!