How To Build Minecraft Viking House

Minecraft Viking House

Minecraft Viking House adds a sort of charm to the whole scenery. In snow biomes or mountains, these Viking houses become even more dramatic. This characteristic of them can be attributed to their distinctly designed roofs. The tall and slightly curved roofs with some decoration or other on the top make them easy to spot from far away places.

These Viking houses are mostly made out of wood. The dark and stern woody outdoors often offer a contrasting look when compared to its cozy and warm inside. Designed to be practical and sturdy, these houses give a glimpse into the Viking’s natures too.

Well, then how should a player go about it? How to create the perfect Minecraft Viking house? Read on to find out everything you need to know!

Materials Required To Make A Viking House

  • Spruce Logs
  • Stone Bricks
  • Wooden Planks (as per own preference)
  • Wool (as per own preference
  • Snow (as per own preference)
  • Stone (as per own preference)
  • Cobblestone
  • Wooden Stairs
  • Wooden Logs
  • Wooden Slabs
  • Wooden Shutters
  • Glass Blocks
  • Flower Baskets

How To Make A Minecraft Viking House

Viking House Base

To build a Minecraft Viking house you will have to first use spruce logs to create a strong base. Without a strong base, a good house will not be able to be built. If you are familiar with building houses in-game (or in real) you would know how important it is to have a strong foundation first.

Viking House First Layer

Pay attention and lay down the first layer of your structure. You can use spruce logs to create more layers to reach a level you find suitable.

Viking House Base Decoration

After you are done you can start placing cobblestone a block behind the logs while leaving enough space to make a window later.

Viking House Windows and Main Structure

Stone Bricks, Wooden Planks, Wool, Snow, and Stone are a few good alternatives you can opt for too. You can then place the Spruce Logs along with the existing ones, keep them overhanging the wall by a block.

Viking House Roof

For the next floor, you can place wool (or any other material you would like to make it with) a block behind the horizontal logs. Once you have done that you can move on to the next step, which is to place even more Spruce Logs on top of the wool. Remember the very famous roof that Viking houses are characterized by?

Viking House Roof Extension

Historically, Viking houses and invasions have both taken place in regions frequented by thick snowfall. It is why their houses have high sloping roofs. It’s highly helpful as it keeps the snow off.

To create these steep pointed roofs you can use Wooden Stairs. Place these Wooden Stairs on the lowest part of your roof followed by a Wooden Block and stairs again. After you’ve successfully built your roof you can then fill the space between the walls and the roof by using Wooden Logs and Wool in a specific pattern.

You can use any design you want. You can use a combination of Wooden Slabs, Stairs, and blocks to create a decorative piece on the top of the roof.

Viking House Extension Windows

Players can also add attic windows to make the roof appear even more interesting. To give your Minecraft Viking house a more cheerful look you can place flower baskets and wooden shutters.

Make sure you fill these flower baskets with flowers, saplings, or simple grass. You can also place Glass Blocks on the Wooden Logs present on the second level and trap doors on the sides followed by a stair block in the middle of it.

You can also add trees and lush shrubs, farmlands, and roads to make the surroundings of your Minecraft Viking house look more real!

Full Minecraft Viking House

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