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Best Minecraft Roof Designs – Pro Game Guides

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Minecraft is a game that gives players a nearly limitless supply of things to do. Players can build just about anything they put their minds to. With so many possibilities, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with choices. One of the most important things players can build in the game is a structure to call home. This is the easiest way to avoid enemies and the dangers of the night.

When building a house, there are a lot of things players need to decide. From the size of the house to the decoration, there are a lot of choices to make, especially if aesthetics are being taken into account. One of the best ways to make a house stand out is to give it a cool roof. The guide below can give players some roof ideas and may help spark some ideas of their own.

Minecraft Roof Designs

Classic Roof

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The design shown above is a classic roof shape. This is one of the easiest roofs to make and can be especially useful for players that need to throw up a roof quickly.

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A-Frame Roof

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This roof is a little more aesthetically pleasing than the classic roof shape. This roof blends itself with the walls of the house and can look great with the right complementary blocks.

Gazebo-Pointed Roof

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The Gazebo-pointed roof is a great choice for round buildings like wizard towers or lookout points. This is a simple roof that can make a building really stand out from others with pointed roofs.

Staggered Roof

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This staggered roof design is a stylish choice for players that want their base to look more trendy. This roof design allows players to conjoin a smaller structure to their house to create a larger floorplan for their building.

Intersecting Roof

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This intersecting roof design is a great option for larger structures. This roof is also versatile. The one pictured is seated on a three-roomed building, but players can fit this style of roof on much larger buildings as well.

Interested in other Minecraft building guides and want to read more? Check out How to make a Clay farm in Minecraft on Pro Game Guides!

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