The first step is to create a terrace in your home or office.
For a terraced house, you might want to create an exterior wall with a floor that will protect you from the outside.
For your terrace, you’ll need a lot of stairs and a few decorative blocks to complete your design.
Step 2: Create the TerraceStep 2a: Make a Wall with a FloorStep 2b: Build a Terrace (With Walls)Step 3: Build Your TerraceStep 4: Fill the Terracap with Decorated BlocksStep 5: Build the TerraceWith the terrace finished, you can add a wall to the top.
This step is often the most important, but you can always add a small decorative block in between the wall and the terracing.
If you have decorative blocks, they will create a more immersive effect, but I prefer to make my terrace a bit more “organic”.
Step 6: Add the TerraCapsYou can add decorative blocks for the walls and terracing in steps 5-6.
The wall blocks should be the same as the blocks in the terraces, but they will need to be different size to match the height of the terracap.
For the terraced walls, you will need: A 12 x 16 square block (4×4 squares), 3×3 blocks (1×1 squares)Step 7: Add an Entrance Step 8: Add a WindowStep 9: Add some decorative blocksStep 10: Add decorative blocksYou will need the same materials as the terracement, so you can use whatever materials you like.
This time, I added decorative blocks and decorative blocks.
You can add as many decorative blocks as you like, but the most popular option is to have 6 decorative blocks on the top, 4 on the bottom, 2 on the left, 2 in the middle, and 1 in the right.
Step 11: Add more decorative blocksThe final step is adding decorative blocks in a way that will create an immersive experience.
Here is how I do it:1.
Create a Wall on a Terracape2.
Add decorative block blocks (optional)3.
Add a window4.
Add another decorative block, to create the entryway5.
Add some decoration, to complete the terrarium6.
Add more decoration, so the wall will look like it is made of more decorative materials, like brick or wood, or glass, to add an immersive effect to the wall, and to add some space for your guests to stand.
Step 12: Add another entrywayStep 13: Add additional decorative blocks7.
Add additional decoration, creating a large space8.
Add the windowsFinally, add decorative block tiles to the walls.
I like to add decorative tiles on the outside, so they will look much more organic.
I hope this article was helpful.
Let me know if you have any questions.