Welcome back! In my last post I talked about the exterior aspects and techniques of building a great looking house, and now we shall focus on the interiors.
There are a few important prerequisites to look at before starting the interiors of a house:
- The general structure of your home
- What you want your interior to look like
When you have taken note of both of these aspects, start the steps.
A typical Minecraft interior.
Step 1 A good place to start is the ceiling
As said before, try to stay realistic with the feel and design of this ceiling. Don't make a ceiling that just floats around by itself! That's not realistic! Instead try adding supports, beams and columns to "hold" up the ceiling.
Its all very beautiful, sir, but may I know what's holding up that huge ceiling? The air? I see..
Step 2 Start by adding the major aspects first.
If you brainstormed and did the first to prerequisites , you should already know what you're going to put where. Add these. Make sure to leave space for additional objects and modifications.
A good example. Here, the major aspects are added: a bed, crafting table, furnace and chests.
You may also have other major aspects like chairs or a fireplace, maybe even a basement. Add those too.
Step 3 Start adding the smaller stuff (aesthetic objects like a jukebox and books)
Place these not only where you want them to be, but also where they will look pleasing. If you have multiple floors, vary the design elements; for example, if the bottom floor has the main lobby, let the top floor have the crafting, smelting and storage rooms, and the topmost your bedroom with all the nifty designs/paintings. Maybe add a pool too!
Add staircases (if you need) at this stage. Why? You can alter it better now and also place it more accurately since you're also adding smaller stuff.
Step 4 Start working on the roof
This may seem an awkward time to start working on the roof of the house. Should'nt this be done earlier? Yes, but now is the time where you customize it to your liking. One major tip is:
DONT CLOSE IT OFF. Roof's that don't allow in any sunlight are (sorry to say) pathetic. They are an abysmal design choice that don't lend to any aesthetic house. Remember this, OK?
- The strongest parts of a house are doorways and stairs. Make sure they seem strong by, for example, adding raw wood to the perimeter of a door.
- Don't overdo it. Too many aesthetic pieces makes your home look messy.
Step 5 Bedroom work
Yes, it's time for your own bedroom. This is, quite possibly the most personal part of the house.
- Start by adding the bed. Its the biggest feature in any bedroom.
- Continue and add other final features
Add your final touches now; remove, renew, or modify existing pieces to finalize your design.
And that's it. Make sure to follow these steps and you'll be on your way to a magnificent home!
This is the end of the series. Thanks for reading!
Missed part 1? Click Here!
Want to master Microsoft Excel and take your work-from-home job prospects to the next level? Jump-start your career with our Premium A-to-Z Microsoft Excel Training Bundle from the new Gadget Hacks Shop and get lifetime access to more than 40 hours of Basic to Advanced instruction on functions, formula, tools, and more.
Other worthwhile deals to check out:
- 97% off The Ultimate 2021 White Hat Hacker Certification Bundle
- 98% off The 2021 Accounting Mastery Bootcamp Bundle
- 99% off The 2021 All-in-One Data Scientist Mega Bundle
- 59% off XSplit VCam: Lifetime Subscription (Windows)
- 98% off The 2021 Premium Learn To Code Certification Bundle
- 62% off MindMaster Mind Mapping Software: Perpetual License
- 41% off NetSpot Home Wi-Fi Analyzer: Lifetime Upgrades