You could have a normal enchanting room in Minecraft, but that’s boring!
A beautiful enchanting area won’t guarantee good enchantments, but it can boost your morale a lot.
In this article, let’s take a look at the best Minecraft enchanting room design ideas.
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Since enchanting always requires an enchanting table and at least 15 bookshelves for maximum efficiency, you will need a large enough area to fit the designs below. Also, you shouldn’t put any solid blocks in the space between the table and the bookshelves because it will lower the maximum enchantment level.
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6 Minecraft Enchanting Room Design Ideas
Before choosing the design you love, we’d recommend collecting at least 135 pieces of paper from sugarcane and 45 leather items from cows.
Ready? Let’s go!
1. Natural Enchanting Room
Materials: Moss Blocks, Azalea Leaves, Flower Pots, Flowering Azalea, Amythyst Blocks, Calcite, Amethyst Crystals, Cut Copper Slabs, Copper Blocks, Acacia Buttons, Spruce Fences, Deepslate Brick Walls, Chains, Lanterns, Spore Blossom, Ender Chest, and a few Lapis Lazulis.
The first design on the list requires a lot of empty space and should be built outside for the gorgeous sunlight.
You have a protective dome right on top of the enchanting area. And to make it more secure, hanging a few lanterns to prevent hostile mobs from spawning at night is also a good idea!
Additionally, you could put a Spore Blossom on the ceiling to create leaves falling particles. This makes the design even more romantic.
2. Taiga Enchanting Room
Materials: Podzol, Coarse Dirt, Fern, Stone Slabs, Cobblestone Slabs, Mossy Cobblestones, Spruce Woods, Dark Oak Buttons, Dark Oak Fences, Azalea Leaves, Spruce Leaves, Lanterns, and Ender Chest.
Most Minecraft enchanting room designs are suitable for natural or magical themes, and this design strongly shows that off.
If you’re living in a Taiga biome, you already have the ground to work with. But if not, you can easily recreate it by mixing normal dirt, coarse dirt, and podzol together.
Then surround the enchanting area with a mossy stone wall. And finally, a custom tree is never superfluous.
3. Labyrinth Enchanting Room
Materials: Stone Bricks, Polished Andesites, Chiseled Stone Bricks, Chains, Lanterns, and other decorations.
This design is a little bit special yet functional with the levitating bookshelves and the enchanting table right in the center of the room.
The area is created by building a 9x9x9 box. And for better measurement, we put a polished andesite cross in the middle.
You could decorate the room furthermore with some interior blocks like chests, anvils, barrels, flower pots, and some floating candles around the bookshelves.
4. Dark Oak Theme Enchanting Room
Materials: Dark Oak Woods, Dark Oak Trapdoors, Dark Oak Fences, Podzols, Dirt Paths, Grass Blocks, Coarse Dirt, Chains, Lanterns, Oak Leaves, and Red Mushroom Blocks.
Imagine yourself as a talented wizard living in a magical forest. Would you want to have this enchanting area design right next to your base? Surely yes!
It’s best to build this structure in the dark oak forest biome. And to make it better, you could build some tiny mushrooms around the area.
The only challenging part of this design is the custom tree. So if you don’t know how to build one, try planting 4 dark oak saplings and bone meal them instead.
5. Ruins Enchanting Room
Materials: Stone Bricks, Stones, Coral Blocks, Smooth Stones, Cobblestones, Mossy Stone Bricks, Mossy Cobblestones, Stone Brick Stairs, Stone Brick Slabs, Stone Brick Walls, Loom, Spruce Trapdoors, Stone Buttons, Corals, Oak Leaves, Purple Stained Glass Panes, Blue Stained Glass Panes, and Lanterns.
Ruins, or abandoned buildings, always contain mystery stuff, and that’s why this Minecraft enchanting design work so well compared to the others.
The details from the floor and the floating magical crystals made from stained glasses make this design looks incredible! Especially at night, when everything is gloomy and dark.
6. Cozy Enchanting Room
Materials: Spruce Logs, Deepslate Tiles, Calcite, Smooth Basalts, Purple Carpets, Barrels, Spruce Stairs, Spruce Slabs, Oak Planks, Lanterns, Amethyst, Purple Candles, Spruce Trapdoors, Azalea Leaves, and other decorations.
Finally, a Minecraft enchanting room design you can fit right into your house.
Not only does this idea look extremely comfortable and inviting, but you could also show off your skill with the diagonal building technique.
Now let’s get your equipment enchanted!
Those are all the 6 Minecraft enchanting room design ideas.
What’s your favorite? Let us know in the comment below!