Minecraft’s jungle biomes feature sweeping canopies and abundant wildlife, making them intriguing building locations.
Players have created awesome houses to make their jungle biomes more accessible.
Since Minecraft update 1.19, players have been sharing their house designs on various online sites such as Reddit and elsewhere. Many of these designs can be recreated to a player’s taste or at least incorporated into a unique build.
Below, players will find an excellent list of house designs that should fit well into a jungle biome. If the whole house isn’t suitable for a given player, there’s no rule that says he still can’t use at least some parts of it as inspiration.
Jungle Hermit House, Aesthetic Survival Jungle House and 8 other jungle houses to consider for building projects in Minecraft 1.19
1) Jungle Survivor Base House
This build from Proofviris642 isn’t a bad start for players who want a basic survival house in a jungle biome (or just using jungle wood). It uses a standard house design but uses a foundation made up of stone bricks and cobblestones.
The interior is a bit small. However, it retains plenty of space for storage and armor racks if players want to keep some armor on standby.
The build was placed in a snowy biome, but this house should fit perfectly into the Minecraft jungle biomes.
2) Jungle style house
A Minecraft house incorporating various forms of jungle wood, this build puts variety to good use. Set on a cliff in the jungle, the house also features a particularly intricate roof, complete with lanterns to ensure hostile mobs are kept at bay.
The unconventional shape of the house itself creates a jungle-esque aesthetic, appearing rustic on the one hand while remaining complex. The nearby jungle trees and vines really tie the whole look together, making the house a natural fit in any jungle biome with ample tree cover.
3) Jungle Hermit House
Medieval fantasy houses are a staple in Minecraft, especially within the Cottagecore community. However, this build is exceptionally placed in a bamboo jungle biome.
Although it is made of various other materials to give it the appearance of being worn, it still blends in perfectly with the jungle around it. The beaten stone path leading there seems to have seen better days.
4) Starter Jungle Mega House
While Minecraft Mega Builds take longer to complete, players cannot dispute the results. This design is a great example as it provides food and shelter to multiple players in a jungle biome.
The wrap-around design features some pretty unique side entrances, and the roof provides space for farming crops. This house should be attractive enough for Minecraft Survival players, even in a tricky location like a jungle biome.
5) Jungle wooden house
It can sometimes be surprising how well jungle wood pairs with other types of blocks in Minecraft. This particular build shines by combining jungle wood blocks with iron bars, lanterns, cobblestones, and stone brick blocks.
Like many jungle house constructions, lanterns adorn the exterior to prevent any unwanted hostile mobs from appearing. Blackstone also wraps around the exterior to create a solid looking foundation on which to sit the Jungle Log House.
6) Simple construction of a house in the jungle
If players want a particularly green Minecraft build, this design may be the way to go. This survival house uses a more triangular roof design, with lots of glass blocks for the exterior walls and leaf blocks to blend in with the nearby jungle trees.
Lanterns adorn the exterior for illumination. An uneven dirt road surrounding the house ensures players know their way home while navigating the dense jungle terrain in their Minecraft world.
7) Building Modern Jungle House #2
When Minecraft players hear the term “modern”, they probably think of large, elaborate houses made of quartz or white concrete, complete with swimming pools. However, this is not always the case, as this modern house is mostly made from jungle wood and blends exceptionally well with the accompanying tree cover.
It uses a checkerboard pattern for the exterior walls. It also has an open roof concept, with agricultural space and an overgrown awning for a solid aesthetic touch.
8) Aesthetic Survival Jungle House
The oriental style is a staple of Minecraft in many homes, and this house is a perfect example.
Featuring a courtyard-like exterior with an arched roof, this jungle wood house also incorporates standard bricks and planters made from trapdoors.
Barrels and a dock nearby allow players to cruise along nearby waters if available. A little mossy cobblestone goes a long way in removing the air from an immaculate building composition. It always pays to have some rustic greenery thrown into a jungle build in Minecraft.
9) Modern Jungle House
This Minecraft build is a more conventional modern home concept. Composed mostly of white concrete blocks, players keep the windows as wide and open as possible to provide beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding jungle biome.
Accompanying vines grow from the sides of the house, giving it plenty of immersion despite its blocky composition.
10) Jungle House with sea view
House partly in the jungle, partly on the beach; this construction uses modern materials such as quartz and white concrete, but allows vines to grow on its face.
The biggest attraction of this construction is undoubtedly its nearby garden, with hedges and a plethora of healthy rose bushes.
Thanks to this design, players can spend time by the sea before heading to the nearby jungle for a completely different exploration experience.