7 Detailed Minecraft House Wall Design Ideas

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Wall is one of the basic components that make up a house, both in real life and in Minecraft. It’s also the first thing other people notice when they look at your house.

So why not focus on decorating your house’s walls?

Let’s take a look at the top 7 Minecraft house wall design ideas!

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Whether you’re building in medieval or futuristic themes, from simple to advanced ideas, we’ve got you all covered! Using those Minecraft house wall design ideas below, you can change the materials batch and extend the wall as long as you like to fit your house.


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Best 7 Minecraft House Wall Design Ideas

Some wall design ideas below may be difficult to replica and resources-consuming. So please make sure to check the required materials first before proceeding to build one.

1. Advanced Wooden Wall

Materials: Oak Logs, Oak Stairs, Fences, Fence Gates, Trapdoors, Spruce Trapdoors, Lanterns, Stone Brick Slabs, Stone Brick Stairs, Spruce Planks, Buttons, White Stained Glasses, Grass Blocks, and some Flowers.

It’s been over 11 years since Minecraft is first released, and some people still cover their houses with a flat wooden wall. Let’s upgrade it real quick!

Starting off with building some wooden columns sticking out of the wall. Then covered them up with trapdoors and hang a lantern there.

Between the wooden beams, use more trapdoors to create a fancy flower pot for your wall. On top of that, putting some stone brick stairs in a pattern will make the wall more attractive.

2. Detailed Castle Wall

Materials: Oak Logs, Spruce Trapdoors, Fences, Lanterns, Stone Brick Stairs, Stone Brick Slabs, Stone Bricks, Cracked Stone Bricks, Cobblestone Stairs, and Blast Furnaces.

This wall design is suitable for any medieval stone castle!

All of the stone bricks in the middle make the wall super steady. Over time, you may want to place some cracked stone bricks at the bottom to create a ruined effect.

Again, dividing the wall into small sections with some wooden columns and decorating them with fences, trapdoors, and lanterns is a great way to go.

3. Underground Wall

Materials: Block of Raw Iron, Glowstones, Pointed Dripstones, Granite Slabs, Granite Wall, Jungle Trapdoors, Dripstone Blocks, and Exposed Cut Copper Stairs.

With the appearance like it’s come straight from an underground mine, this Minecraft wall design idea is fantastic for anyone who loves mining and dwarfs.

However, it’s quite expensive to get the materials since you need 9 raw irons to craft a single block of raw iron. For the copper stairs, you have to place them in the world and let them oxidize, which will take quite some time.

4. Aquatic Wall

Materials: Cyan Concrete, Cyan Concrete Powder, Acacia Planks, Acacia Slabs, Acacia Stairs, Acacia Fences, Acacia Trapdoors, Barrels, Glowstones, Oak Trapdoors, Stone Brick Walls, Stone Stairs, Flower Pots, and Cornflowers.

If you love underwater buildings like Talokan in the Black Panther movie, let’s try this design!

The cyan color from the concrete and powder blends really well underwater. And to make the wall stand out more, using wood like acacia turns out to be super good because of its distinctive orange color.

The tricky part about this wall design is the placement of the acacia slabs and stairs. That’s why we captured the design at the best angle so you can easily follow it.

5. Medieval/Theater Wall

Materials: Stripped Spruce Logs, Spruce Slabs, Spruce Planks, Spruce Stairs, Spruce Trapdoors, Barrels, Lecterns, Glowstones, Lanterns, and White Wool.

So you lack of building materials and only have a few spruce wood stacks left? It’s no big deal since you can construct this design with mostly spruce.

If you don’t have enough lecterns, you can use any wooden fences for supportive and texturing purposes. Alternatively, you could extend the foundation of the wall to create a medieval theater right outside your house!

6. Nether Fortress Wall

Materials: Polished Blackstones, Polished Blackstone Slabs, Blackstone Brick Walls, Crimson Buttons, Crimson Stairs, Stripped Crimson Logs, Crimson Trapdoors, Calcite, Diorite, and White Concrete.

To build this wall design, you need to collect materials in 2 dimensions. Calcite and diorite blocks can be collected in the Overworld. While the blackstone blocks and crimson wood can be harvested in specific biomes in the Nether dimension.

The wall has 3 layers, the inner calcite wall, the crimson wood trim, and the blackstone beam. When you’re done with all layers, remember to put crimson trapdoors on the top and place some crimson buttons for more details.

7. Swamp Wall

Materials: Stripped Mangrove Logs, Mangrove Planks, Mangrove Trapdoors, Mangrove Logs, Netherrack, Mangrove Stairs, Slabs, Glowstones, Grindstones, Dark Oak Stairs, Slabs, Trapdoors, and Stripped Oak Logs.

It will be a mistake if we’re not covering a Minecraft wall design idea that involves mangroves, the newest wood type in Minecraft.

With a featured dark red color from the mangrove wood, we merge them with other red blocks to create a balanced and detailed outer frame.

In the second layer, we use dark oak wood to create the needed contrast. Then for the last center layer, use bright wood with some grindstones and a glowstone in the middle to finish it off.

Now you have a lovely Asian swamp wall for your base!


So those are the 7 best Minecraft house wall design ideas.

Let’s pick one and upgrade your house to a whole new level!

Binh Tran

I'm an enthusiast who has played video games for 10 years, as well as other survival/idle/RPG/FPS games. At Gamer Empire, I think, write, and grind for the best content!

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