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How to Create a Minecraft Kid’s Bedroom

Minecraft Kid’s Bedroom

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Here’s how to master a Minecraft kid’s bedroom for all those obsessed children out there. If your kids are desperate to add a little Minecraft fun to their bedroom decor, then take a look at these creative ideas that add a subtle touch of Minecraft without going totally overboard.

Let yourself get as creative with your Minecraft kids bedroom as your children are on the game. Minecraft is all about creativity and building, so let that guide you for this interior. It doesn’t have to be all merchandise and images to make this look, you just have to think outside the box a bit.

Read through our tips to get inspired over a Minecraft kid’s bedroom and get extra brownie points from your children!

An Introduction to Minecraft

If you’re wondering what Minecraft is and why your kids are constantly talking about it, we’re here to help.

It’s a ‘sandbox game’, meaning you create your own experience in a virtual landscape. The main aim is to dig holes and place blocks – but it’s what you do with them that is where it gets interesting.

You can build anything from a shack to a castle, and the different in-game modes can change what your aim is. Creative mode means you have the freedom to build, whereas Survival mode you have to build weapons to beat off the ‘Creepers’ of the game (the baddies) and protect your space.

Minecraft was created by Markus Persson in 2009; an independent self-taught designer. It has very basic graphics but it’s creative freedom is the beauty of the game. The creativity and unique experience is built upon what you decide to do with the game and its components.

The game helps build 21st century skills such as creativity, innovation, and collaboration.

How To Create A Minecraft Interior

Is your little one as mad on Minecraft as every other child seems to be? If it has taken over your kids’ lives and they spend an endless amount of time playing the game. Why not create a Minecraft kid’s bedroom by turning their playroom into a pixelated fortress!

minecraft themed kids hero in video game

This is our guide on creating the perfect Minecraft kid’s bedroom.

Getting Started

Before you go online and buy every Minecraft bed set, night light and other bedroom related decor items. It is important to realise that your kids taste is likely to change faster than you can imagine. By sticking with a colour theme, you can get the “Minecraft look” without overspending and having room to adapt it. The colour palettes are easy to follow to go with the easy and basic graphics of the game. To subtly create the look, focus on using shades of green, brown, and beige to perfect a Minecraft kid’s bedroom.

However, there are other options you can go into with colour palettes to make that Minecraft look. We’ve got a few options below that you can try instead. Just stick with the three colour rule – simple is the rule of thumb.

minecraft block design colour palette

When it comes to decorating your Minecraft kid’s bedroom, you can opt for subtle colour palettes that complement each other. Build a Minecraft kid’s room that has a soft and versatile palette – this way it can be adapted easily down the line without a complete redecoration.

For suggested complementary neutrals, we suggest using two out of the three theme colours as your paint colours. You can then build on a different colour as accents and accessories in the room – either a contrasting or complementary colour. If you’ve opted for greens, then brown accessories will help bring that Minecraft feel.

You can find neutral paint colours from Farrow & Ball here. Here are some options:

minecraft themed kids room green colour palette

minecraft themed kids room brown colour palette

minecraft themed kids room beige colour palette

Some ways to accessorise with these complementary colours is with something like this Minecraft light-up torch, which mounts on the wall and is guaranteed to keep zombies away! Or for something more permanent, this pixelated green lamp shade will illuminate your child’s bedroom perfectly and help their creativity and love for Minecraft flow into their dreams.

minecraft kids room pixelated torch

minecraft kids room pixelated lamp shade

If there ever was a clock in for Minecraft gamers, it would look like this. This clock has pixelated corners and manages to look almost like a rudimentary drawing of a clock on Word Paint. Little stubby sweep minute and hour hands mark the passage of time, even if the realm of Minecraft makes your child think time has stopped.

minecraft block design pixel clock

Having a themed bedroom is a dream of every gamer. As the personal space, a gamers interests and passion can grow, having a Minecraft kid’s bedroom only aid this love of the creative game. To help immerse your child’s room in Minecraft accessories, add in these pixelated pillow covers, available on RedBubble here and here.

They’re a fun addition to a room that can help that colour scheme stretch even further to the imagery world of Minecraft – especially if you’re not too fond of novelty duvet sets.

minecraft themed kids room green pixel pillow

minecraft themed kids room brown pixel pillow

However, if you want to launch you Minecraft kid’s bedroom into extreme fan level – there’s this fabulous Minecraft covered bed duvet perfect for that super fan who just eats, sleeps and breathes Minecraft. For a more minimal effect, you could opt for a grid style pattern bed sheet to offer a subtler idea of pixilation for that Minecraft look.

minecraft kids bedroom character duvet

For a Minecraft room that is subtle, but still packs a punch – accessorising is key. And to perfect that accessorising for your Minecraft kid’s bedroom, you can’t forget about the curtains.

Try these fabulous pixelated curtains with a fading green to a brown pattern. Or for a piece that is even closer to the genuine game reality, try these fabulous Pixel Art Play curtains to make it look like the Minecraft world extends to outside the window.

minecraft kids room pixelated torch

minecraft kids room pixelated torch

Minecraft Rugs

If you want something in the room that is a bit more classy and subtle, try a fun rug that can remain in your child’s room long after this Minecraft craze passes. The Funk rug collection is one of the finest collections of wool rugs and are handwoven. They also feature a deep, soft, luxurious 100% New Zealand Wool pile. This range is easy to clean and colourfast and the stunning designs and colours are fashioned on this season’s popular choices.

Funk Rugs with Brown squares are great value for money and the pixel designs make them a popular choice for Minecraft fans, you can find this rug here.

Funk Rugs in Brown squares with pixel designs for a Minecraft themed kids room

Funk Rugs in Brown squares with pixel designs for a Minecraft themed kids room

By choosing a few Minecraft pieces, like this bean bag seat, you can get tie together the theme of the room while creating a comfy spot to relax or hang with friends. This bean bag will serve as a funky addition to any setting – great as a beanbag chair or footstool.

You can also buy this seat from Great Bean Bags here.

colourful cube shaped block chairs for a minecraft themed kids room

Wall stickers are a great non-permanent way to stay up to date with your child’s favourite games. It’s a way to commit to your Minecraft kid’s bedroom without having to compromise the future of your interior.


We loved this 3D sticker for a truly realistic depiction of the ‘other world’ of Minecraft that’s not so far away – for your child anyway. These decals can be used on any smooth, clean, even surfaces if you’d prefer them on a wardrobe rather than a wall. But these stickers can be applied and removed without any damage to your walls or paint

You can buy it from eBay here.

the ultimate 3D effect wall decal for a minecraft themed kids room

the ultimate 3D effect wall decal for a minecraft themed kids room


It is no surprise that children spend a lot of time in their bedroom between playing sleeping and homework. So these spaces should be a reflection of their little personalities.

So, this Minecraft pig inspired print is the perfect piece to brighten up a Minecraft fans bedroom or playroom. With its bold and graphic pixel style, this Pig character print makes a fun statement on any wall.

This eat, sleep, build repeat print is great for adding a sense of art and wall décor to your child’s room, without being too over the top. It adds a subtle nuance to the room for that extra Minecraft reference.

minecraft kids room pixelated pig clipboard

minecraft kids room pixelated framed design


Not ready to go creeper crazy with full wall covered room decor?

With fun-packed posters, your child can build their very own world of fun with this super cool Minecraft poster. It displays an animated scene of various Minecraft characters, including a pig, rabbit and an adorable little cat. Your child will have hours of endless gaming adventure with this hanging in their bedroom.

Or for more of an arty piece over the gameplay piece, opt for this lovely yellow poster with a number of Minecraft characters to bring your child’s bedroom to life. It’s a wonderfully fun and vibrant way to brighten up this Minecraft inspired bedroom.

minecraft kids bedroom hero poster

minecraft kids bedroom character poster


As well as all of these interior ideas, the easiest way to add some real Minecraft life into your child’s bedroom is with something like toys. For that added edge and childlike feel to a carefully crafted Minecraft kid’s bedroom. Find these and similar ones here.

colourful cube shaped block chairs for a minecraft themed kids room

Decorating your child’s room should be a fun experience – for all parties involved. We hope we’ve inspired you into creating the perfect Minecraft kid’s bedroom for your child. Adding these playful accessories and colour schemes to your child’s room will help to encourage their creativity and passion by recreating the feel and effect of the Minecraft world.

So, what could be more fun than entering your very own world at night and waking up to your fantasy dream realm every morning?

updated May 2021

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How to Decorate Your House in "Minecraft"

Dreamhowl has been playing "Minecraft" since 2012. She enjoys building, farming, and breeding animals. She especially enjoys magic modpacks!

What Is Minecraft?

Minecraft is a sandbox indie simulation game published by Mojang and released for PC in 2011. In this 3D-generated world, players can assemble structures with blocks, gather resources, go exploring in cave systems, craft items, and fight monsters. Survival mode pits players against mobs that spawn at night whilst maintaining their stamina and hunger bars, while Creative mode allows players infinite access to blocks, as well as no hunger and the ability to fly!

Building a home in Minecraft can be a lesser or larger priority, depending on the player; some people are perfectly content living in a small, unfurnished shelter, while others take pleasure in constructing a more permanent home. Building enthusiasts are often seeking ways to improve the appearance of their houses. While Minecraft doesn’t contain many furniture items, it is easy to recreate indoor décor with basic materials.

How to Decorate Your House

To date, Minecraft has been updated with numerous decorative items; pots allow players to display saplings and flowers around the home, while paintings make walls look less bland. Item frames allow players to display their favorite items on the wall, and stained glass windows add sophistication to the most simple houses.

However, there are many furniture items that the sandbox game is lacking. For example, there is no recipe for tables or countertops. Hygienic items like sinks, toilets, and showers do not exist as there is no functional need for them. There are no chairs or couches to sit on. Nevertheless, Minecraft’s creative nature has allowed players to replicate these items with basic materials.

1. Decorate Your Living Room

The living room is the center of the home in our non-virtual world—we use them to host parties, watch television, relax with the family and take a seat after a long day. Do you want your Minecraft living room to be warm and welcoming, or new and modern? No matter how you envision your house's living room, there are a few basic items that should be included.

  • Couches: Couches are a big part of living rooms and are easily replicated in your Minecraft home. You can make a couch by placing two or more stair blocks next to each other. Placing slabs in front of the stairs make it look longer! You also can use slabs surrounded by wool blocks for a fancier and fluffier-looking couch.
  • Tables: Tables and end tables are great additions to any living room. If you have a couch already built, try making a simple coffee table out of slabs in front of it. A fence post with a pressure plate on top makes a great small end table, as well as an activated piston. You can also place different colored carpet on top of an anvil—experiment with what you like best!
  • Television: A living room isn't complete without a television for you and your friends to watch! The easiest way to build a television is to place four or six blocks of black wool (or obsidian) together. Try building a table underneath it with fence posts and signs to look fancier. Your TV won’t be functional, but it will be the talk of the village!
  • Fireplace: Do you live in a winter biome? Try building a fireplace! Keep in mind that certain materials (like wood) catch fire easily and should not be used on your fireplace. Your best bet is to surround a block of Netherrack with stone or brick blocks; Netherrack will burn constantly, and materials like brick and stone are fireproof.

2. Decorate Your Kitchen

Kitchens are fun to make—they provide a cozy place to store your food, as well as a decorative table, countertops, sinks, and more. As with our own homes, kitchens can be small and cozy, or large and spacious. The options are endless, so try messing around with many different styles and furniture items!

  • Refrigerator: While a refrigerator isn’t an available item in Minecraft, it is simple to replicate it with basic materials. The best method is to dig down one block where you want your fridge to be. Put a chest in that hole, leave the block above it blank, and place one iron block above that. Place an iron door in front of your fridge, with either a lever or button on the iron block to open the door.
  • Sink: A sink is not only a decorative item to have in your kitchen, but a great place to store some water on-hand. To make a simple kitchen sink, place down one cauldron, fill it with a water bucket, and place one tripwire hook above the cauldron to represent the faucet. You can place two cauldrons next to each other if you want a double sink!
  • Tiles: With the addition of glazed terracotta, you can now have a tiled kitchen floor. Pick a color and place the blocks so the designs match up; matching the patterns in the glazed terracotta above created a circle pattern. If you prefer to keep things simple, wool is a good tile alternative. Try using different colors to make your own pattern!
Opening the fridge door reveals an iron block and a chest built into the floor.
Opening the fridge door reveals an iron block and a chest built into the floor.
This counter top is made with two anvils, two trap doors, and white carpet!

Opening the fridge door reveals an iron block and a chest built into the floor.

  • Countertops: Every kitchen has countertops—where else are you going to prepare your food? To create a simple cupboard, just place one bookshelf block, and put a wooden trapdoor on the side of the bookshelf facing you. Whenever you open the trapdoor, your shelves will look like they are full of items! You can use wood planks for simpler approach.
  • Stove: Lucky for you, there is already a stove in Minecraft; for a fully functional stove, just use a furnace in your kitchen. Try adding a crafting table as well to make your kitchen completely functional.

3. Decorate Your Bedroom

The bedroom is the sanctuary of every home—it’s a place for personal space, quiet and retreat. It is where we keep our most personal belongings and rest when we are weary. While you can already craft a bed in Minecraft (with three blocks of wool and three blocks of wooden planks), you can still have fun decorating your room with a dresser, closets, and more.

  • Dresser: A dresser holds our clothes, personal belongings, and other apparel. To mimic the appearance of a dresser in Minecraft while maintaining its functionality, you can place two long chests on top of each other. A long chest is made by placing two chests adjacent to each other; this doubles the space the chest can hold, as well as its length.
  • Closet: Another functional feature of a bedroom is the closet. You can build a closet in Minecraft for decoration, or fill it with chests or other items. To make a closet, dig one block deep and two blocks high into the bedroom wall. If you prefer, you can make the closet wider, deeper or taller—you can even have a walk-in closet! Placing stained glass panes around an opening can mimic a colorful curtain.
  • Desk: You can also build a desk to do your very important Minecraft work at. An easy model of a desk is built the same way the tables were in the living room—place two fence posts next to each other with wooden pressure plates (or wood slabs) on top. Alternatively, place a wooden trap door between two anvils, and cover the surface with carpet. While you can’t put anything on the desk, it still makes a nice addition to the bedroom.

4. Decorate Your Bathroom

Finally, no home is complete without at least one bathroom. While having no functional use in the game, bathrooms make a house look complete and are a great place to dump your unwanted junk items, like gravel or excess cobblestone. With some basic materials, you can build toilets, showers, sinks, and more.

  • Toilet: The toilet is the most important part of any bathroom. To create a realistic toilet, put down a cauldron, fill it with a bucket of water and place a trapdoor on top. When you open and close the trapdoor, it acts like a toilet lid. You can also use your toilet to dispose of unwanted items—simply drop the blocks into the toilet water and they will despawn after five minutes.
  • Sinks: Bathroom sinks are similar in appearance and functionality to kitchen sinks, but usually look more aesthetically pleasing. Try placing a cauldron next to the toilet and putting a stone slab in front—whatever matches your bathroom best. From here, you can either place a tripwire hook above the cauldron to represent a faucet or use a lever. A lever next to the toilet's trap door will open and close the lid!
  • Shower: You can put together a shower that is either functional or decorative. Start by outlining the edge of the shower with slabs or blocks. You can leave the shower open, or place some glass panes to give it a closed-in look. Place a tripwire hook on the top of the wall inside the shower for a faucet, or place a block of water in the ceiling above a piston; activating the piston will open a hole in the ceiling and rain water down!
This light was made with two End Rods and a block of stained glass!
This light was made with two End Rods and a block of stained glass!
Place slabs under the window to make a windowsill - then, add some plants!

This light was made with two End Rods and a block of stained glass!

Don't Be Afraid to Experiment!

Remember that this article isn’t an end-all for decorating your house in Minecraft. The majority of these designs are quick and easy; if you have an idea to make something fancier or more detailed, go for it! The creative possibilities in Minecraft are endless, so don’t be afraid to experiment. And feel free to share your own furniture designs in the comment section below!

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Questions & Answers

Question: What should I make or build in my minecraft home?

Answer: It's up to you! You can try some of the furniture items in this hub, or make up some of your own.

Question: How did you get all of this stuff to decorate your house in Minecraft?

Answer: Every item is something that can be found or crafted in vanilla Minecraft! Some materials may be harder to get than others, but it is totally doable with some patience and creativity.

Question: How can villagers kill you in Minecraft?

Answer: If they are turned into zombie villagers, they act just like zombie mobs and will attack you!

Question: How do you decorate a cave?

Answer: However you like! If you like that natural look though, you can do potted plants along the walls, dig paths into a dirt floor to make it look like carpet, break blocks in the walls at intervals and put torches inside. These are just a few ideas, but it's up to you!

Question: Could you add like more rooms to your Minecraft house? For example an attic, guest bedroom, or garage?

Answer: Absolutely! This is just an example of what you can build. Minecraft is all about being creative!

Question: Have you ever seen a villager turn into a witch?

Answer: No, but I've heard it can happen if a villager is struck by lightning.

Question: How do you avoid creepers exploding while playing Minecraft?

Answer: You can try to outrun them! Or command tamed cats to sit around your house - they repel creepers.

Question: If you live underground in Minecraft how would you decorate it?

Answer: However you like! It could look like a cave, or a bunker, or simply a house that's underground. It's all up to you.

© 2014 Jessica Peri


Jessica Peri (author) from United States on July 08, 2020:

@Meng I still have to check it out! And then a revamp of this hub is in order.

Meng on June 17, 2020:

1.16 is out on Bedrock and Java, you can watch Grian's video on building tips and tricks for this update. Now, walls behave differently, and there are more colorful woods! One of the tips from the video isto use weeping vines as curtains.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on September 27, 2019:

@Holly I'm glad! Making restaurants sounds like fun.

Holly on September 26, 2019:

I've been using the furniture ideas they are great to make my minecraft houses and restaurants. Thanks. 10 out of 10

KittyKatBoiii 839 on August 05, 2019:

This is Very good furniture ideas 10 Stars of 10

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on October 25, 2018:

@Shikiri I'm glad you like them! With all the new blocks they recently added, there's even more fun decorating you can do!

Shikiri on October 24, 2018:

this are the best decorations I've ever seen GREAT WORK

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on March 12, 2018:

@Diet Hack Thanks!

Diet Hack on March 11, 2018:

That is funky

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on February 13, 2018:

@M Thank you for reading!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on February 13, 2018:

@Sean Thanks for reading! I'll work on more hubs grouped around this topic in the future.

Sean on February 12, 2018:

There have been some pretty decent changes to MC since this article was originally posted. One hopes to see more on this subject in the future. Great job!

M on February 10, 2018:

Woah! Used all the designs, thanks!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on January 03, 2018:

@Eric Thanks for reading!

Eric Farmer from Rockford Illinois on January 02, 2018:

I like playing Minecraft but I tend not be very creative. I mostly explore and fight things. Nice Hub.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on October 19, 2017:

@L And you're entitled to your opinion. Thanks for reading!

L on October 05, 2017:

Honestly these designs are kinda bad not to be mean

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on August 02, 2017:

@Coffeequeen It can be! There are several ways to play it, which helps it appeal to a lot of different players.

Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on July 17, 2017:

To be honest, I've never played Minecraft before, but I know it's very popular. It sounds really interesting.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on February 02, 2017:

@Rachel Moore No problem - thanks for reading!

Rachel Moore on February 01, 2017:

I am new to Minecraft and love it! Thanks for the ideas!!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on October 12, 2016:

@Carlsincharge This hub is in reference to decorating in unmodded Minecraft. I do agree that there are some great furniture mods out there!

Carlsincharge on October 12, 2016:

no offense, but that décor is really bad in my opinion............ Check out Magmamusen's cool and awesome stuff!

Kristen Howe from Northeast Ohio on July 31, 2015:

My pleasure!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on July 31, 2015:

@KristenHowe Thank you!

Kristen Howe from Northeast Ohio on July 30, 2015:

Great hub Jessica. It's useful for those who know how to play it. Voted up!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@aalite Thank you! You know us, we love to decorate!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@SusanDeppner Thank you so much!

aa lite from London on April 20, 2015:

Hmmmm.....I'm sure I've seen this kind of stuff somewhere......Congratulations on the HOTD!

Susan Deppner from Arkansas USA on April 20, 2015:

I don't play Minecraft (or anything else), but what a fun project to read about! Congratulations on your creative Hub of the Day!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@DreamerMeg Maybe you should! I don't own the tablet version, but you can do many of the same things as on the computer.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@VenkatachariM Thank you! I love customizing structures in Minecraft, it is practically limitless.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@ladyguitarpicker Thank you! Minecraft can be really educational.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@davidlivermore On a server I frequent, I helped build a house around a tree. I love stuff like that!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@KristenHowe Thank you so much! It really is a fun game to play.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on April 20, 2015:

@RoadMonkey Thank you! It is a really versatile game - there are so many ways you can play it!

RoadMonkey on April 20, 2015:

I think I must try minecraft. I downloaded a book to my Kindle on it and it sounds interesting. Your hub makes me want to go and try it out NOW!

DreamerMeg from Northern Ireland on April 20, 2015:

I've never played minecraft though my granddaughter says some of her friends play it. I like building things like that, maybe I should download it to my tablet.

Venkatachari M from Hyderabad, India on April 20, 2015:

Interesting and fantastic. I never heard of such games. This is great. Even you can get ideas for your real home decoration from such things.

Voted up and interesting.

stella vadakin from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619 on April 20, 2015:

Hi, My grandson loves Minecraft, and I like to watch. A great hub and good illustrations. Congratulations

David Livermore from Bakersfield, California, United States on April 20, 2015:

I always grew trees and had water in my Minecraft house. Was quite fun.

Kristen Howe from Northeast Ohio on April 20, 2015:

Jessica, I never heard of minecraft. This sounds like a fun game. I've heard of Sim City games like this in the past. Well written and congrats on HOTD! Voted up for useful!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on February 19, 2015:

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Creative Minecraft Bedroom Ideas

When we are talking about a bedroom design in Minecraft, there are actually many Minecraft bedroom ideas.

Again, everything depends on your creativity in Minecraft – the sky is your limit.

If you are looking for some ideas for the bedroom, here are some great styles and creations to try.

Tosca Bed for Minecraft Bedroom

Creative Minecraft Bedroom Ideas

In this picture, the man focal point is the Tosca bed. With the wood as the main element and the combination of fresh green hue, the overall look is somewhat refreshing. To make everything looks even balance and harmonious, everything in the room comes with similar greenish hues – like the aquamarine wall or the green decorative accent on the corner.

Fantastic Minecraft Bedroom

The bedroom incorporates mainly natural elements in the design, such as wood and stones. Although such a style is great for underground base, such a look can be implemented to other constructions and structures. With wood as the main element and the combination of black and red (for elegant appeal), the entire decor and styles are matching. Feel free to add other elements or accents, but such a design alone is enough.

Luxurious Master Bedroom

In this luxurious bedroom, there are so many different elements and accents combined together. If you compare it to other designs, this bedroom looks more complete and complicated. There are accents on the wall, with glass accents on the corner, and partial wall accents for the room. Even the floor has its own complicated patterns and colors so the overall design is colorful.

Modern Master Bedroom

In this modern design, the entire look incorporates manly, masculine, and modern styles. The combination of stones and glass elements turns out to be very stylish and good. The supports from stones are coming in different hues to create a more appealing look so the style doesn’t look plain or boring. Concrete and stones are the main elements for this look although glass is often included in the design. The option of basic and neutral color can enhance the strong modern appeal.

Wooden Bedroom for Cabin

Wooden bedroom can be a perfect option when you have a cabin base, but such a design can also be applied to other bases or settings. As you can see on the design, everything is covered and constructed from wood, even to the wardrobe or armoire. You can also add other elements, such as stones or metals, to create a nice diversion to the look (so it won’t look boring from all wooden parts). Feel free to add colors (a bold one is okay) to the design. If you want to, you can also add small parts of ivy to the wall as the decorative part.

Fancy and Chic Minecraft Bedroom Ideas

This bedroom incorporates a rather fancy part. If you take a look at it, it has complicated design and a rather intricate element. The fireplace, for instance, looks like the ancient-temple-fireplace made from stones. There are also other wooden elements and decors as a part of the door and the wall accents. The inclusion of different hues of colors also adds the extravagant look of the bedroom. If you want to create something fancy, this would be your perfect pick.

Twin Boys Minecraft Bedroom

What if you have twins – and they are boys? No need to worry because there are different designs and Minecraft bedroom ideas to implement. One of them is this design where each bed is dedicated on a different part of the wall. It basically separates each section of the room and yet the items are made similar so there is a mirror-effect to it. And since they are boys, a part of the room needs to be dedicated as their playing area – shown with the train tracks and the train itself.

Minimalist Master Bedroom

The minimalist bedroom usually incorporates very minimal elements. It delivers a modern look that is fuss-free and less complicated. As you can see from the picture, the design is quite basic. There is only one wall decor. The bed is constructed with very simple and basic design –even the colors are neutral and all basic. No bold colors are being used. In such a design, there are only one or two elements being incorporated so the less it is, the better it would be.

Ultimate Minecraft Bedroom

The ultimate design in a bedroom may look simple, and yet there are a lot of intricate and complex elements –if you take a look at the design carefully. As you can see on the picture, the bed may look simple but the inclusion of several colors at once makes the style look complex. The wall where the headboard is located comes with different types of stones in different colors. The room may look simple but there are actually layers and layers and layers of complex elements.

Luxurious Minecraft Bedroom Ideas

In this room, the wide and roomy space is an element in the freedom of the room design. Luxury is one of the Minecraft bedroom ideas with different elements. For instance, despite the similar wood elements on the floor and the wall, they are looking different and various. The floor and the wall, for instance, look different. And the bed is designed to become the main focal point with its colorful hues.

Luxurious Bedroom for Mini Spaces

Whereas we are talking about wide and roomy space in the previous section, now we are focusing on the luxurious element in a limited and mini space. Just because you have a limited space, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get creative. The bed lamps on each corner, for instance, are a clever parts that will deliver its own ambiance and unique points to the design. There are also decorative parts and elements to the entire room so it doesn’t plain or bland.

Modern and Classy Bedroom for Minecraft

Modern bedroom can be viewed from the less and minimal design without compromising class and elegance. In this picture, for example, you can see that the room has a minimal look. And yet, the bed has an interesting red color and colorful sectional rug on the foot of the bed. One but big wall decor is enough to adorn the wall – so it looks so classy and elegant.

Minecraft Bedroom with Bookshelf

Are you into books so much? If you are, then having so many bookshelves all over the room won’t be a problem. Basically, you can have bookshelves or racks (not necessarily for books) on any wall or area in the room. As you can see from this picture, the bookshelves are located on the free wall and the area above the head. Don’t forget to include a different element so the entire style doesn’t look boring.

Two Level Bed for Minecraft Bedroom

You can actually create your own bunk bed for your dream bedroom. This two level bed design is great when you have limited rooms and more people to accommodate. The bunk bed can be a great addition to your Minecraft bedroom ideas – and you are basically free to come up with any design that you like. The one in this picture is the simplest design so feel free to make it more complicated or complex.

Wooden Bedroom for Minecraft

In this wooden bedroom, the idea is to have a solid canopy wooden bed that will make your bedroom looks different. The construction depends on your preference but the one on the picture can be an inspiration. Whether you want to have a wooden construction only or you want to add curtains or enclosures, the remaining design is totally up to you!

There you have it, some of the styling ideas for the bedroom decor. Which of these Minecraft bedroom ideas you like the most?



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This post will show you exactly how you can create a fun and thrifty Minecraft bedroom!

When I originally started looking for inspiration for this room, I found myself honestly overwhelmed by the amount of work some people have put into their kid’s rooms.  Murals, pixel tiles from floor to ceiling, bricks painted onto the walls!  Which is great.  High five to those parents.

I, however, have a more minimalist approach to my kid’s rooms because frankly, I know in a year or two, I may decide I want to change it again and I prefer to do room makeovers in less than a few hours.

Honestly, I like to be the coolest mom on the planet and I regularly look for ways to earn myself that badge of honor.  In this case, it was going above the norm Target supplies and getting really creative with room decor.  It was pretty darn fun, it was inexpensive and YOU my friend can do it too without breaking the bank.  Here are all my Minecraft room ideas, how you can do it and where to get all the other goodies I added.

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1. Minecraft Bedroom Light Ideas

My son has both of these.  The Light-Up Wall Torch is hung on his wall and the potion bottle is on his sidetable as a night light.  He loves them both!!!

These wer the two light options that I was TOTALLY geeking out about.  They were just soooo cool and knew that if I was going to NOT DIY some part of the room that these were worth the cost.

Don’t you wish you could make things like this easily? I do but since I can’t, I just invested in these little lights and my DIY fun with the rest of the wall art!

ThinkGeek Minecraft Redstone Light-Up Wall Torch Toy – Looks Like It Came Straight Out of the Game – Officially-Licensed Minecraft Merchandise

ThinkGeek Minecraft Color Changing Potion Bottle – Lights Up and Switches Between 8 Different Colors – Officially Licensed Minecraft Merchandise

2. Minecraft Bedroom Bedding Ideas

1. Sheet Sets Savings

When I went to buy the bedding my rebellious thrifty side kicked in.  I decided that I really REALLY wanted the bedspread but that I could live without the Kids Minecraft Twin Bedding Sheet Set (Twin).

Instead, I opted for a plain green sheet set and a plain red sheet set because they were sooo much cheaper and knew no one would see the sheets as much as the comforter.

2. Comforters – Go all in.

I highly recommend that you go for the comforter as it helps really make the room awesome!

Minecraft Full Or Queen Quilt Blanket & Shams 100% Polyester

Jay Franco Minecraft Isometric Characters Twin Comforter – Super Soft Kids Reversible Bedding Features Creeper – Fade Resistant Polyester Microfiber Fill (Official Minecraft Product)

3. Minecraft Bedroom Ideas- Throw Pillows

I plan to add these to the room once I’ve made the rest of my wall art.  These are really fun and on Amazon they seem to be the thriftiest price tag.

Check out all these character pillow options on Amazon.

4. Minecraft Bedroom Curtains

We don’t currently have curtains because we have really nice blinds but if you are looking for some legit curtains, these will do the trick!  Check out all the Jay Franco design options.

Jay Franco Mojang Minecraft Spawn Gray 4 Piece Curtain Set (2 Panels, 2 Tiebacks) …

5. Minecraft Wall Decor You Can Make Yourself

When we moved my son had his name on the wall with those cutesy nursery style letters.  But now he’s a big kid so I took the letters down and me and my sister-in-law had a craft night where we added grid lines/squares to the letters and painted them to have that pixel effect.

I think you could do this with almost ANYTHING you wanted to.  Canvas, furniture, lamps, etc.  The goal is to make it have that pixelated feel.  I’m hoping this random idea might trigger something you could do too.  All you need is to make it look pixelated.

I felt like I wanted to take the design one step further and add a 3D element.  I happened upon a bag of those geometric math squares, grabbed the glue on and it was on like donkey kong.  I was super happy with the outcome.

Step 1: Grid Your Minecraft Wall Decor

Use painters tape and pencil to create grid patterns on the item you plan to paint.

Step 2: Paint Your Minecraft Room Ideas with a 3 Dimensional Painting Approach

Up close often times these styles of painting can look like crap but once you hang them on the wall they look AMAZING!  So trust yourself as you paint these little squares in monochromatic style color schemes.

Remember the look is pixelated so it’s okay that they have lots of color variations.  I made these colors by choosing one solid color and then mixing it with white or black acrylic paint.

This is not about perfection but more about letting it create a variety of shades and textures as to give it a pixel look.

Optional: Add a fun 3D effect with geometric tiles.

Once you are done you can hang up the letters to form your child’s name!

I also made this Steve inspired Mine man.  You can see how in the video below!

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7. Minecraft Bedroom Wall Decor You Can Buy

If you aren’t feeling THAT crafty lol, consider getting one of these cool personalized wall decals.  I was just going for the old reduce, reuse and recycle method.

Personalized Gamer Name decal – 3d looking Gamer Room Wall Vinyl Decal Sticker

The thriftiest wall decor option for a Minecraft themed room are posters in my opinion.

Trends International” Minecraft-Sprites 2.0″ Wall Poster, 22.375″ x 34″

Trends International Minecraft Window Wall Poster 22.375″ x 34″

This might just be my favorite one!

I hope you have found this post helpful in your own quest to for a Minecraft inspired Minecraft bedroom makeover!

7 Budget Friendly Minecraft Bedroom Decor Ideas

Kim Anderson

Kim Anderson is the organized chaos loving author behind the Thrifty Little Mom Blog.  She helps other people who thrive in organized chaos to stress less, remember more and feel in control of their time, money, and home. Kim is the author of: Live, Save, Spend, Repeat: The Life You Want with the Money You Have. She’s been featured on Time.com, Money.com, Good Housekeeping, Women’s Day, and more!

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