Well, this may not look like some "starter houses" you're expecting in Minecraft. But hey! This light academia mansion is still doable with a little effort! While the building is completely symmetrical, you can copy one part of the build after finishing the first one. Later, you can build lovely domes on top of each main structure for the extra aesthetic!
Another dark academia Minecraft house that requires Mizuno’s 16 Craft texture pack. You may recognize the building above since it's the basic house for most Minecraft players. With the A and L shapes of the roof, combined with the simple brick wall below, and finally applying the resource packs, you will have a gorgeous dark academia house!
Using two domes shape and stack them up together, then fill the roof with moss and mossy cobblestone blocks, this build is truly amazing by how natural it looks! To bring the natural vibe furthermore, diorite and calcite with bright white color, combine with the dark spruce wood and all things together create a gorgeous overgrown house!
Adorable, lovely, and sweet are the words for this tiny house! Everything looks balanced and fits so well with each other like the dark deepslate trim and the spruce roof on the roof. Or the stripped oak log of the main wall. And with an acceptable usage of the leaves and greenery blocks around the house. This is by far the most efficient overgrown Minecraft house!
We're all started somewhere. Whether it's oak, birch, or spruce, a wooden starter house is what you first think of, to be honest. If you're lucky to find an old-growth taiga biome - where you can find giant spruce trees, mossy cobblestones, and podzols - this Minecraft spruce wood house design is for you!
Assuming you love symmetrical houses and have found yourself a small taiga biome. It's time to build the four sides spruce house. With a simple design and resources required, you can literally build this in the early game without any problems.
Another small spruce starter house with two floors and a farm on the first floor. However, this one is kinda budgetable, which means you don't have that many resources and space to work with. And to maximize the spruce wood usage, you should turn most spruce logs into planks, stairs, slabs, and fences.
Like an on-ground version of a small treehouse, this wooden house will crave into your heart instantly! Just by looking at the overall of the house, you can see the attractiveness of the layout and the depth it brings. Flowers, crops, and water are also play important role in this design!
You saw double houses in Minecraft, right? But how about a triple layers starter house? To be honest, this design is one of the best Minecraft house ideas if you're about to make your friends surprise! The aesthetics of the spruce stairs and cobblestone stairs is just awesome. And look how naturally each layer stack on each other!
Half of the list, and you've come to the perfect Minecraft spruce wood house design! You're not wrong, this is perfect, but it's not on top of the list due to many reasons. But let's take a look at the block palette of this build, they blend so well with each other and all of them are easy to get. The shape and everything else just makes this build look perfect to the eyes.
Dark Academia in Minecraft is underrated! Since there aren't a lot of buildings and tutorials out there for this specific style. In general, you may want to install a custom Minecraft texture pack so the blocks will look elder for this theme. Then simply directly follow the detailed tutorial below.
A medium suburban house with two floors and a deep entrance to the mine is what you may need! When you've located the rich location full of ores and minerals, settle in this house and you will have a fulfilling life between the surrounding nature, as well as everything you need for a mine like a rail track with a minecart.
This is a cool idea for new players since it contains pretty much anything you want. Although it’s quite small, it still looks cozy because of the stuff surrounding it: the lake at the entrance, a farm with fully grown crops, the windows on the rooftop that have an awesome view outside … All of it makes this wooden cabin really fantastic and amazing.
Keep it simple! That's what house ideas are about. When it comes to building a survival oak Minecraft house for beginners, this is a fairly simple build! Firstly, take a look at exterior decoration, you better use lots of pillars made of oak logs, then fill the floor with spruce planks, and install 1 or 2 gates for the area below. And then don’t forget to add a staircase beside the whole house and decorate it with spruce trapdoors.
To make your starter building look more magnificent, simply add some oak leaves, build a balcony with a fence, a roof with cobblestone stairs trim, plus some simple stuff like chests, or a table for one… with all of these things, this house will definitely create a good feeling of being home after some long and dangerous adventures.
As its name implies, building a large oak wood survival house costs us lots of oak wood. Starting with a green garden as a foundation of the house may be a good idea, then creating 2 or 3 blocks of stairs, adding some flowers to make your entrance more attractive. Keep going and build your main house with 2 or 3 floors (in my opinion) based on the oak logs you got.
The inside is where you show the world how creative you are. With lots of stuff like a cauldron, blast furnace, table, lamp, bookshelf…. You can decorate it wherever you want. It’ll take you a little bit of time to collect oak logs and build the whole house, but trust me the result is absolutely worth it.
YouTuber Folli built a wonderful starter home from resources found in the new biome introduced by The Wild Update if you want to make it your home there. It struck me as the ideal forward base to construct far from your primary residence, to ease life a little. It's a cute, small, greenery, cozy, rustic dwelling.
This is a great choice for those who are new to Minecraft. With a simple but cute design, a brick modern house is a good idea for you. Prominent with the house is the red brick walls that contribute to the warm feeling of the house. You can stack plants, flowers,... in front of the house to relax as well as decorate the house more beautiful.
This riverside house is a very small build that could be great for the first few days of survival. Get rid of grandeur and maintain your modesty by maintaining a small, cozy structure that is simple for most people to achieve and can be very aesthetically pleasing to all who stumble across your hideaway.
The main material for the house is oak wood and a little stone. The house has only one bedroom and an attic so it's very easy to build. With just a small mound by the river, you can start building the first foundations for your house.
Using a lot of mangrove wood, build up and create your own perfect spot in the river. When you build the foundation, you can build this at any depth of the river as long as you place the logs 2 blocks above the water.
It's a small cozy, simple wooden house that seems like the ideal forward base to construct far from your primary residence, to ease life a little. And because of the new wood type, this is by far one of the best Minecraft house ideas!
Continuing with some simple Spanish houses that you should try out for the first time, we will recommend you build a Cute Spanish Starter House. This house looks so cute in a small shape with so many lovely things! To build this house, you need to prepare a square space and then fulfill it with spruce planks. The wall of this house is a combination of yellow terracotta, oak wood planks, and bricks.
You can set up the space inside of the house by placing a sleeping bed, tables, chairs, bookshelves, and also a kitchen depending on your purpose. Moreover, remember to set up more trees and flowers outside of your house to make it so cute and lovely!
A simple house with an attic, a base made of spruce planks, and walls with a combination of spruce logs and stripped oak logs. The ceiling is made from oak plank, the roof is made of spruce stairs, reinforced with a border from cobblestone stairs. The top has a chimney made of cobblestone, and on top of it is a campfire protected with a spruce trapdoor.
To get to the attic, make a staircase using an oak stair and you can place a bookshelf, and decorate it with lanterns, this will be the perfect place to read!
Next to it will be a small garden, protecting your plants with fences and trapdoors. In addition, decorating more lanterns and flower pots under the front porch is also an essential thing.
There are a variety of different building styles for an Italian house in Minecraft but this is a bigger challenge for new players!
The house has walls made from blocks of cobblestone, white concrete, and stone. The typical red-brown roof of brick, granite, and terracotta, combined with the roof edging made of spruce stair and slab.
There's a small room on the roof, with pillars made from stripped spruce logs and walls made of white concrete. Next to it is a big chimney made from cobblestone, diorite, and andesite. At the top is the familiar structure - the campfire is covered by a spruce trapdoor.
Remember to decorate the house with vines as well as flower pots!
This Flower Forest Starter House might take a bit of time but is a good starter house. Not only will you get all the essentials, but you’ll also have a small farm in the house where you can harvest your wheat without having to go outside during the night!
The house in this construction is extremely detailed and is situated in the flower forest biome, which is now known as the meadow. The builder has kept the theme of the forest and has included tons of flowers in the building for decoration.
In the greenhouse, there are numerous crops, including wheat and beetroots. Players can plant whatever they want and lanterns are the best option for lighting.
Another countryside theme house that you would love to build. The design we showcase is simple and easy to create. Stone bricks play a part as its foundation while oak wood planks are filled on the ground.
The walls are completely made out of oak planks as well and are divided into two separate rooms. It's your decision to determine the roof style, but it should match the countryside theme. There's no need to decorate the outside, while the inside requires some bookshelves and chests.