Every Terracotta Block in Minecraft: Everything You Need to Know

Terracotta in Minecraft
Terracotta in Minecraft

Minecraft has various blocks all scattered in it. Some are essential and some are for decorative purposes only. Just like some of these decorative blocks, here is another one. This is the Terracotta Block in Minecraft. It is a decorative Block in Minecraft. Moreover, it has such cool designs that you will fall in love with it. Once you used it properly.

However, the Terracotta is not easy to get in Minecraft. The whole process of making one is longer than you think. But all that is worth it once you see the end result. The result that this beautiful block gives you at the end. It is truly a blessing to have terracotta in Minecraft.

How to Get Terracotta Block In Minecraft?

The crafting of terracotta is really simple. This requires two ways. One is something that requires luck, but once you have that the construction of Terracotta is very east. However, the other one is very time-consuming. But this is a guaranteed way to get Terracotta in Minecraft.


As we described earlier that this method is pretty easy. However, this method for getting Terracotta in Minecraft Requires luck. And that is because, for this method, you need to find a Mesa a.k.a Badlands. This is a biome that is entirely made up of Terracotta. So you can get Terracotta easily here.


However, if you doubt your luck, then don’t worry. Because we have another way of getting Terracotta in Minecraft. But this method is a time-consuming method. This method is clay hunting.

What you have to do is to find clay patches in Minecraft. These can easily be found in lakes and swamps. Then extract them using a shovel. To ease the process, use a shovel with a Silk touch on it. So that when you dig the clay, you get the clay block and not the Clay Balls.

Terracotta in Minecraft
Clay Balls into Clay Block

However, if you don’t have a Silk Touch. Then Don’t worry because you can easily craft Clay Blocks using the Crafting Table. Place 4 Clay Balls in the Crafting Table and you will get the Clay Block.

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Smelting Clay into Terracotta in Minecraft:

So, now you know that to make Terracotta. You will need either a Mesa Biome or Clay Blocks. However, if you are not lucky and you chose the second method. Then you will need an excessive amount of fuel. Because you will be smelting the Clay into Terracotta in Minecraft.

So to make Terracotta:

Step-1: Place the Clay Blocks in the Furnace.

Terracotta in Minecraft
Clay in Furnace

Step-2: Place the desired fuel type like Coal, Wood, Blaze Rods, etc. In the slot under the Clay blocks.

Step-3: Let the Clays Blocks get smelted and then collect them from the furnace.

If you follow these steps correctly then you should be able to get the Terracotta in Minecraft. Then you can use dyes to create different types of Terracotta blocks in Minecraft. And there is a total of 16 Stained Terracotta blocks according to their color. Just like the 16 types of Wools.

All this we have done so far can give simple terracotta blocks. However, there is another type of Terracotta in Minecraft that has unique features. And that type of Terracotta is called the Glazed Terracotta. 

Glazed Terracotta From Stained Terracotta:

The Terracotta alone can look good. However, there is another type that can elevate the style of your base in just a few moments. It is the Glazed Terracotta. A Glazed Terracotta is a simple stained Terracotta Block that has a design on it.

How to Create a Glazed Terracotta:

To create a Glazed Terracotta in Minecraft, you have to complete the above process of making a stained Terracotta.

Step-1: Place a stained or either a simple Terracotta Block in the Furnace.

Step-2: Now Place any fuel underneath the Inserted Terracotta Block in the Furnace. The fuel can be anything like Coal, Wood, Blaze Rods, etc.

Step-3: Let the Stained Terracotta Block get turned into a Glazed one. Then collect the Glazed one into your inventory.

After all this process, you should have Glazed Terracotta for yourself. You will get a different type of Glazed Terracotta in Minecraft according to your stained one. And different stained Terracotta has different Designs.

Glazed Terracotta Designs:

The Glazed terracotta has different designs according to the different stained Terracotta in Minecraft as we discussed earlier. However, these designs have something in common. And that is the style or the Orientation of Placing them. They will have different designs depending on the way you place them.

Sixteen Types of Glazed Terracotta in Minecraft


      1. Terracotta in Minecraft
        White Glazed Terracotta

        The first one is the White Glazed Terracotta. It is Formed when you smelt the White-tinted Terracotta in the Furnace. This is the basic Terracotta that every player uses. You can make a Beautiful floor design with it.

      2. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Light Grey Terracotta

        The Light Grey Glazed Terracotta is another one of the light-shaded Terracotta. Make a light Grey Tinted Terracotta and smelt it.

      3. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Gray Glazed Terracotta

        This is another shade of Grey. However, it is somewhat darker than the last one showed.

      4. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Brown Glazed Terracotta

        The Brown Glazed Terracotta is somewhat a rare one. As the brown dye is not easy to get. That is why it is hard to get.

      5. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Cyan Glazed Terracotta

        Cyan Glazed Terracotta in Minecraft is really popular one. Because it has the best color combination. However, there are more popular ones too. Moreover, if you will look closely then you will notice a creeper’s face on this Terracotta.

      6. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Orange Glazed Terracotta

        The Orange Glazed Terracotta is among them. It is also one of the popular terracottas in Minecraft.

      7. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Black Glazed Terracotta

        Black Glazed Terracotta in Minecraft is the best terracotta according to most players in Minecraft. It has the best color combination and designs. Moreover, the textures in this block look really good.

      8. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Purple Glazed Terracotta

        If we are talking about the textures, then this next Terracotta is something that you will like. The Purple Glazed Terracotta is really special when it comes to textures.

      9. Terracotta in Minecraft
        Yellow Glazed Terracotta

        Textures are good but if you are looking for a nice bright color then Yellow Glazed Terracotta is for you.

      10. Red Glazed
        Red Glazed Terracotta

        So is another one here. It is the Red Glazed Terracotta. It is perfect for those who like bright colors.

      11. Green Glazed Terracotta
        Green Glazed Terracotta

        The next one on our list is the Green Glazed Terracotta in Minecraft. This one is for those who like simple and plain colors with minimal designs.

      12. Lime Glazed Terracotta
        Lime Glazed Terracotta

        However, the Lime Green Terracotta is exactly the opposite and attracts a lot of attention. It is a vibrant and catchy color.

      13. Light Blue
        Light Blue

        Light Blue Terracotta is perfect for those who like to have that tropical vibe in their base.

      14. Blue Glazed
        Blue Glazed

        But the Blue Glazed Terracotta does the opposite. It is a hard color, a solid one to be exact. And Perfect for dark places.

      15. Pink Glazed
        Pink Glazed

        Just like the light blue, the Pink Glazed Terracotta is a light-colored block with cool vibes added to it.

      16. Magenta Glazed
        Magenta Glazed

        The last one is the Magenta Glazed Terracotta and this is the most unique one on the list. This one has arrows marked on it. So, you can use it as a direction indicator too.

Orientation of Terracotta in Minecraft:

Designs of Terracotta

As these, all terracottas are mentioned. The stained ones don’t require any type of placement. However, the glazed one does. You can place them in 4 orientations and each one will have different designs assigned to it.

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