How to install Decorative Blocks (1.16.1)
Follows 5 Steps bellow to install Decorative Blocks (1.16.1) on Windows and Mac :
1. You need ready installed Minecraft Forge.
2. Download a Forge compatible mod from url download, or anywhere else!
3. Open Minecraft, click ->> ‘Mods’ button on the main menu, click – >> ‘Open Mods Folder’.Important: Some older versions of Forge may not have the ‘Open Mods Folder’ button. If that is the case, you need to find the folder manually. Windows:
- Press the Windows key and R at the same time
- Type %appdata% and press enter
- Find the Minecraft folder and then look for the Mods folder within that
- Click on the desktop and then press Command+Shift+G all at the same time
- Type ~/Library and press enter
- Open the folder Application Support and then Minecraft
4. Place the mod file downloaded (.jar or .zip) into the Mods folder.
5. Relaunch Minecraft, and you should now see the new mod installed in the list!
The Decorative Blocks mod adds a few new items to give a little extra finesse to your builds. It adds a variety of unique items that break up the vanilla look and make things adhere to a more realistic feel while maintaining the Minecraft style. To start off there’s a new way to add support beams without relying on upside down stairs to get a similar look. These supports can be made out of any wood type and look like they’re actually holding something up.
You can also spruce up your entryways with new wood and stone beams. They can be narrow or simply more refined wood pieces to give that extra sturdy look. There’s also new light sources with the brazier and chandelier.
And use those supports blocks along with wooden seats to make authentic looking tables as well!
There’s also wooden palisades that look like solid fences and lattice trapdoors that can really improve the look of your outdoor structures.
You can even change up the dirt by stacking four dirt blocks together and making rocky dirt paths.
This mod also changes up the physics of fire and hay. You can throw blaze powder into an active fire to create a bonfire.
And stacked hay now functions like water so when you cut into a block with shears the hay will fall apart and shape itself into mounds!