Minecraft tips and tricks: 5 Amazing Treehouse ideas that you NEED to try out
Minecraft tricks and tips: Despite the new adventures with The Wild update or numerous public servers with fun games, at the heart of it, Minecraft is a sandbox game where the real fun is to build new and unique things and make your build stand out from the rest. And there is no dearth of things you can make. From a paradise island to castles to an entire city, the things to build are possibly endless. But if you have your eyes set on making a unique treehouse, then you need to check out these 5 amazing Minecraft treehouse ideas that can give you the perfect inspiration to build something great. So, let us check them out.
A natural treehouse blends into the tree in a way that it does not look out of place. From far away, you would struggle to call it a house at all. Primarily made up of wood and stone blocks, these houses are the best fit for a tall jungle tree in the jungle biome. This house is also expandable as you can give it as much vertical height needed (by even expanding the tree) and connect it with other treehouses to give it a jungle house-like appearance. YouTuber Don4lex gives a nice tutorial on how to make this build.
A hanging treehouse is an aesthetic build that is still not very mainstream, primarily because a hanging house cannot be too big and cannot be expanded vertically. However, nobody can deny that they look absolutely beautiful. YouTuber Bluebits found a solution to this problem by creating a treehouse and connected it with an adjacent hanging house. Now, you have both the spaciousness of a treehouse along with the aesthetics of a hanging house. But, it is easier said than done because the material used has to be so flawless that the original house is not easily spotted. Check out the tutorial and see how Bluebits solved the problem.
Dark Oak Treehouse
If you are not experienced with building treehouses but still want yours to look really cool, then we suggest you go for a Dark Oak treehouse and add some spruce detailing. The best part about this treehouse idea is that it uses common blocks like logs, plank, wood and leaves to make it and once it is done, it looks straight out of Middle Earth in the Lord of the Rings. YouTuber TheMythicalSausage showcases his tutorial and experience is no bar for this build.
A survival treehouse is different from the rest. Instead of looking for the perfect tree and building a house on it, here you build a tree and a house within it. Yes, here you have to create a tree and your house within its trunk. So, it would not look from the outside that there is any house and it would just appear like a tree. Although space constraint is a downside, it is one of the most unique treehouse builds ever and every build is a little different from the rest, making it extremely unique. YouTuber Derezero has given a tutorial on it, check it out.
We could not have ended the list of 5 amazing Minecraft treehouse ideas without using the Nether biome. There are additional advantages in residing in the nether biome. One of them is that you get to stay there long enough to collect enough ancient debris to make as many netherite swords and armour you want. YouTuber TheMythicalSausage builds a house in the nether world with just Crimson Hyphae and Red Nether Bricks. Check the tutorial here.