Minecraft is a huge sandbox game, with a lot of things to experience. One of the most common activities that all players do is base building. Overall, the hardest part of building a base is interior decorations, as there are just so many types of block to choose from. In this article, Gurugamer is going to showcase the top 8 best Minecraft blocks for interior decoration.

1. Glazed Terracotta

Glazed terracotta is a vibrant solid block that comes in the 16 regular dye colors, obtained by smelting colored terracotta. They are the intended "decorative blocks" in Minecraft.

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The 16 types of Grazed Terracotta

Players can get Glazed Terracotta can be obtained by smelting any Dyed terracotta. Expert-level stone mason villagers sell 1 glazed terracotta for an emerald as part of their trades.

2. Deepslate Bricks

This is a new block added to the game as part of the Caves and Cliffs update. It can be crafted with normal Deepslate blocks.

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Deepslate Bricks

Overall, its particular texture is great for castle and fortress builds. Coincidentally, Deepslate brick is also one of the strongest blocks in the game and is very slow to mine. Players can't even increase their mining speed with a beacon.

3. Gilded Blackstone

This is another rare block that is suitable for castle builds. Gilded Blackstone has a unique texture, black in color with gold accents in the form of veins. They generate as part of bastion remnants and can usually be found beneath bastion chests.

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Gilded Blackstone

The black and gold combination is fairly unique and can give your base a shiny, evil vibe. It is hard to get a lot of these blocks, however.

4. Amethyst

A block of amethyst is a decorative block crafted from four amethyst shards. It was added as part of the Caves and Cliffs update and can be naturally found in Amethyst Geodes.

Amethyst Geode

Overall, amethyst is great for floor decoration, as they give out chimes sound whenever players walk on them. Their purple color is suitable for a lot of builds.

5. Copper

Copper is another newly added block in the Caves and Cliffs update. It has the unique properties of changing color over time. Over the course of a few in-game days, it would oxidize and turns green, which gives players' buildings a more dynamic appearance.

Minecraft Copper

6. Crying Obsidian/Obsidian

Obsidian is amongst the most durable blocks in Minecraft, which makes it great for building structures. The rarer version, Crying Obsidian, comes with a special luminous effect that creates purple droplets when placed. Overall, it is one of the few blocks in the game with particle effect and is excellent for decoration.

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Crying Obsidian

7. Reinforced Deepslate

Reinforced deepslate is a tough decorative block that spawns in ancient cities. This is the newest and strongest block that players can get for decoration. Similar to the previously mentioned Deepslate bricks, players can also use this block in castle or any type of medieval builds.

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Reinforced Deepslate

8. Redstone

A block of redstone is a mineral block equivalent to nine redstone dust. It acts as a permanently powered redstone power source that can be pushed by pistons. It has a deep red color and can be useful in decorations.

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