Last week, I did a short tutorial on three main types of flooring for your Minecraft builds. This week, I will be focusing on just one of those—inset floors. This was the first of the three types I briefly covered, and the example I used was an inset fireplace. Here, I will be going over 5 types of inset floors. I did not light the fireplaces, because the building I was using kept burning down.
This type of inset floor surrounds a fireplace and chimney that are in the wall. It looks great in cabins and other rustic-style builds. I included a small couch opposite the fire with small steps on either side.
This type of floor is a small inset area surrounding a fireplace in the middle of a room. This works well in hotels and any large, open buildings. I added a stone seat and fences.
This type of floor is just a table lowered into the ground with steps leading down to it. This inset floor looks good in Oriental builds. I didn't really add much else to this one.
This inset floor is lowered along the outside of the room and normal elevation in the middle with a bed on top. This looks great for large beds such as a king's bed in a castle. I added some lamps and a backboard to the bed.
This type of floor is just a bed that has been lowered one block from the floor and is surrounded by slabs. This type of floor also looks good in an Oriental-style building. I added a frame/canopy and some bookshelves.
What can you do with inset flooring?
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