Sometimes, at the end of a build, you may find yourself saying, "I'm pretty much finished, but what should I do next?" One element of a build that is always good to revisit once you're finished is the floor. It's not really a significant part of a building, but it can help make your construction look even better. Having a plain wood or cobblestone floor is fine, but depending on the style of the build, you may want to make it a little more interesting.
These type of floors are great for rustic-style builds and go well with fireplaces. Inset floors also look great in log cabins, old farmhouses, and pretty much any other wooden house.
This type of floor does not have to take up an entire house and can just be around a fireplace or table. Having an inset floor can also help to make a build look more homey.
Patterned floors are usually very clean and are made out of a light block and a darker block. They can incorporate wool, leaves, and any other blocks that contrast well together.
This type of floor is great for tiled areas, like kitchens and dining rooms. Having a patterned floor can help a build to look more modern and new.
Stone ring floors look great in medieval and modern builds alike. These type of floors consist of mainly cobble with a smooth stone ring close to the wall.
They can be used to break up a floor you think is to monotonously cobblestone, or just to add to the style of a build. A stone ring can make a floor look less samey and can enhance the style of a construction.
These were just a few examples of ways you can make floors more interesting. All of these can be greatly expanded on and modified. Remember, don't feel like you have to change a floor. If it looks good the way it is, then leave it. Don't make a floor look overcrowded or messy.
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