Tips For Designing a Minecraft Storage Room
The most important part of any Minecraft base is its storage rooms. You can store valuables in them and spend a lot time there dropping off or picking up your belongings.
You’ll be spending so much time there, it makes sense to make it attractive but still practical. A good Minecraft storage space should be practical, organized, and protected.
Continue reading to create an awesome Minecraft storage space in no time.
Keep it practical
Your storage space should be practical and fit your needs. You may end up running around in too big a space. You should choose the smallest space for the items you intend to store, while still allowing for expansion.
Make sure that your chests are easily accessible. You won’t find your items if you place them too high.
A central location should contain the most important items: a furnace, a furnace and an ender chest. This will allow you to quickly access the items you use most often in the game. You can also place the enchanting table in your library.
Keep a stash of common items such as food, armor, and tools. You can reach deeper into your room to grab supplies that you don’t use as often, like wool or stone.
Keep it organized
It is important to be able to find your items. Make sure you label your chests with labels or frames to identify what belongs in each one.
I suggest dividing chests into broad categories. Once you have a full box, you can then divide them further. Keep a chest with wools and once the chest is full, you can add a separate chest for each color.
Below is a list that might be helpful for your Minecraft storage area:
- Weapons, Armors and Tools
- Farming Items (wheat, carrots, potatos, etc.)
- Mob Drops (string, zombie flesh, gunpowder, etc.)
- Animal Drops (leather and feathers, ink bags, etc.
- Mining Loot (diamonds, gold, iron, etc.)
- Wool (if you have a lot, then a chest to hold each color!)
- “Junk” chest: Items you don’t use often, such as granite, diorite gravel, and so on.
- “Nether” chest: All items found in the nether (including quartz, glowstone and nether stars)
- “End” chest (same thing as the nether chest for end items).
- Logs and Saplings
- Sand and Glass
- Concrete, stone, and other building blocks are also available.
You can find more categories, but this is the main idea. Use categories!
Keep it Safe
It will vary depending on what game mode or server you are playing. However, make sure that your items are safe. Are you playing on a PvP server Your storage space should be hidden from other players to prevent it being raided. Are you playing on a normal PvE server
Keep your storage area free from creepers.
A fun tip: You can build your storage space deep underground. You can use obsidian to decorate the storage area. It will look almost like a bank vault. You can be sure that your belongings will be safe and secure.
Minecraft Storage Room Design Tips
- To increase your run speed and health regeneration, get some beacons. Your storage room. This will make it easier to find your items and help you feel better every time you go into your storage area.
- To make your storage space more luxurious, you can use fancy materials such as quartz, glass, or glazed terracotta.
- You might consider building a nether portal in your storage area. This will allow you to drop off your items faster after you finish in the nether.
- You can create a shelf effect by attaching slabs beneath chests to the wall. It will appear like your chests are on shelves units.
- To dump your items, you can use a “to-be sorted” chest. You can later sort the items and put them in their correct places.
- Automating item sorting can be done with your storage area. This video provides more information about automatic item sorting using hoppers.
- For your room, use a consistent style of building.