Home Decor is what I consider to be a fairly feature-filled home decoration mod. It supplies a bunch of stuff found in and around most homes, like window shutters, flower pots, home electronics, brass and wrought-iron tables, kitchen stuff, bathroom fixtures, and lots more!
Most stuff can be made from materials found throughout a vanilla game world. Some stuff can only be crafted by using materials from a non-default mod (look for the orange highlights). Currently, this mod can use materials/recipes from More Ores, More blocks, Mesecons, Vessels, and Wool or Cotton if present. A few things require colors from Unified Dyes, but everything else that needs a color can be made using the default dyes.
As usual, you can use /give to access all of the items provided by this mod, though some stuff doesn't make much sense to actually have (such as the upper half of a door). To get a list of all of the nodes provided by this mod, run the listnodes.sh bash script that's provided in the Home Decor directory (note that a few entries listed by this script are not nodes, merely false positive matches).
This mod gets frequent updates, and may occasionally act differently from the what is indicated below. Hopefully that won't happen too often. :-)
Unprocessed "raw" bulk plastic: Place six leaves into the crafting grid in any positions to get 4 portions of raw plastic. You can also use three Jungle Grass or three dry shrubs (yields 6 and 3 plastic, respectively) in any positions on the grid (except for three jungle grass in a vertical line - moreblocks uses that for rope).
Plastic Sheeting: Smelt one portion of the above raw plastic to get 1 piece of plastic sheeting for use in some of the recipes below.
Terra Cotta Base: Craft one block of dirt, one lump of clay, and one bucket of water, in any positions on the grid. Yields 8 lumps of terracotta base and one empty bucket.
Terra Cotta Piece: Smelt one lump of the above terracotta base to get one terracotta tile for use on roofs and flower pots.
Glass Recycling (requires Vessels): All three of the glass tabletops mentioned below can be placed back into the grid to recycle them into glass fragments via the Vessels mod. Ditto for the glass skylights. Three tabletops or three skylights in any positions on the grid (but all must be the same type) become one pile of glass fragments. Once you've got some glass fragments, just stick them in a furnace and smelt them back into glass blocks. Yields 1 glass block per pile of fragments.
Brass Ingot (requires Moreores): Craft one copper ingot with one Moreores silver ingot, in any positions. Yields 2.
Small Glass Tabletop, round: Craft five glass blocks in a "+" pattern. Yields 15. Recyclable (see above).
Small Glass Tabletop, square: Place four round tabletops into the grid in a square to get the square version. Yields 4. Recyclable (see above).
Large Glass Tabletop: Place four of the above square glass table onto the grid in a square to get the tileable square version. Yields 4. Recyclable (see above).
Small Wood Tabletop, round: Craft five wood blocks in a "+" pattern. Yields 15 small, round tabletops.
Small Wood Tabletop, square: Place four round wood tabletops on the grid in a square to get the small square version. Yields 4.
Large Wood Tabletop: Similar to the large glass table - place four of the above small square tabletops onto the grid in a square to get the tileable version. Yields 4.
All of the wooden tables can be crafted into sticks by placing three of any one type back onto the grid, in any positions. Yields 4 sticks.
Brass Table Legs (requires Moreores): Craft five brass ingots in an upside-down "T". Useful along with any of the glass tabletops. Yields 3 sets of legs.
Wrought Iron Table Legs: Similar to the brass ones above, but using iron lumps. Yields 3.
Wooden Utility Table Legs (for two-part tables): Craft 7 sticks in an upside-down U. Useful with the small square tabletop above. Yields 1 set of table legs.
Wooden Utility table, 3d style: An alternative to the double-node tables above. This one doesn't use the separate legs/tops method as the other ones do. Craft it from three wooden blocks and two sticks as shown. Yields 1.
Wooden "kitchen" Chair: The partner to the above table. Craft it from two blocks of wood and three sticks as shown. Yields 2.
Large armchair: If one of the above chairs is the wrong style for your home, try an armchair instead. Available in black, red, dark green, blue, violet, and pink. Craft three wool of exactly one of those colors plus two wood blocks in the pattern shown above. Yields 2.
Small oak drawer: Craft two wood blocks and one steel ingot in a horizontal line as above. Yields 1.
Oak Nightstand with One Drawer: Craft one small oak drawer above one block of wood. One-drawer nightstands provide a small inventory to store stuff in (like a chest, but with eight slots instead of 32). Yields 1.
Mahogany Nightstand with One Drawer: Craft one oak nightstand with one portion of brown dye, or Unified Dyes dark orange. Yields 1. Eight-slot storage space.
Oak Nightstand with Two Drawers: Craft two drawers above one wood block, or craft a one-drawer nightstand above a single drawer. This one stores twice as much as the one-drawer version (like a chest, but with 16 slots instead of 32). Yields 1.
Mahogany Nightstand with Two Drawers: Craft a two-drawer oak nightstand with one portion of brown or dark orange dye. Yields 1. 16-slot storage space.
Wooden Roof Shingles: Craft two sticks and two wood blocks in a 2x2 pattern as shown above, anywhere in the grid (you can switch the positions of the sticks/wood also). Yields 12.
Terracotta Roof Shingles: Craft four terracotta pieces in a square, in any position. Yields 1.
Asphalt Roof shingles: Craft three plastic sheets along with two gravel blocks, two sand blocks, and two portions of black dye, in exactly the pattern shown. Yields 6.
Glass Skylight: Craft four glass blocks in a square, in any position. Basically, a glass shingle. Yields 9. Recyclable (see above).
You can place a glass skylight back into the crafting grid to get the translucent, frosted variety, which can also be crafted back into a clear one the same way. Yields 1 per crafted piece.
In addition to the above recipes, you can also craft wood, terracotta, or asphalt shingles into a few other shapes as shown below (these additional recipes do not apply to glass skylights). You can also use slopes to make the corner pieces, using the same patterns as with the flat shingles.
Fences and Gates
Except for brass, wrought iron, and privacy fences, all the fences below have a gate to go with them. All such gates open/close with a right click, and are created by placing one of the appropriate fence into the crafting grid. Yields 1 gate, which can be changed back into a fence by placing it back onto the crafing grid. Except for brass and wrought iron fences, corner versions of each fence below are available and can be crafted by placing two of the appropriate fence into the crafting grid in any positions. Yields one corner fence, which can be split back into two regular fences by placing it back onto the crafting grid.
Brass Fence/railing (requires Moreores): Similar recipe and the same draw type as regular wood fences: Place six brass ingots in two rows (at the top or bottom). Yields 6.
Wrought Iron fence: Similar to the brass one above, place six iron lumps in two adjacent rows (at top or bottom). Yields 6.
Fence with sign: If you need to place a sign on a wooden, brass or wrought iron fencepost, simply do exactly that. That is to say, place a fencepost, then place a regular sign against it - Home Decor will combine the two into one node, which will break apart when dug. Note that placing them like this only works with fenceposts for now, not the vertical poles. If your build of Minetest is older than Feb. 13, 2013, you will end up with a surplus of signs due to a prior bug that was fixed on that date. Since Home Decor uses code from thexyz's/PilzAdam's signs mod, the sign text is visible (and it shows up when pointed at, like default signs do, in case the on-sign text isn't readable). The original mod's yard/wall signs are present here, and can be placed in the usual manner.
Picket Fence: A simple, unpainted picket fence with pointed tops. Craft eight sticks in a square, with the center empty. Yields 6.
Classic White Picket Fence: Just like you see in old photos and movies. Craft eight sticks in a square, with a portion of white dye in the middle. Yields 6 fences.
Basic privacy Fence: Like the kind you put around a back-yard pool. Craft six wood in the two side columns and a stick in each of the top and bottom middle spots. Yields 6. If you need a gate for this type of fence, use a regular wooden door.
Old-style Barbed Wire Fence: Like the kind that surrounds most farms, particularly along highways. Unlike real ones, this fence does not do any damage to the player. Craft six sticks in the left and right columns, and one iron lump in the top center and bottom center spots. Yields 6.
Chainlink fence: Like the kind usually seen in peoples' yards in urban areas. Craft seven steel ingots in an upside-down "U" shape, and two iron lumps in the two remaining slots. Yields 9.
Silicon lump: You'll need to craft some silicon, from which the integrated circuits below are made. Do that by placing three sand and one steel ingot into the crafting grid as shown. Yields 4. These silicon lumps are compatible with Mesecons recipes.
Integrated Circuit: Craft three silicon lumps and one copper ingot in a square in any place on the grid to get the integrated circuit chips used below. Yields 4.
Home Stereo Receiver: Craft 5 plastic sheets in an upside-down "U" along with two of the above IC's in the middle and bottom-center, and two steel ingots. Yields 1. Does nothing, purely decorative.
Television (requires Moreblocks): Craft five plastic sheets in an upside-down "U" along with one Moreblocks Glow Glass (not the "Super" one) in the middle and three IC's across the bottom. Yields 1. Adds a small amount of light and displays a slideshow of several photos (currently there are 8 images, which switch every 10 seconds).
Small Loudspeaker (requires Wool or Cotton): Craft two wood blocks flanking a black wool or cotton block, and below that two wood blocks flanking one copper ingot. You can use either the top or bottom two rows. Yields 1. Does nothing, purely decorative.
Large Loudspeaker (requires Wool or Cotton): Basically a larger version of the above. Craft two columns of wood blocks at the sides, one copper ingot in the middle, and one black wool or cotton block in each of the two remaining slots (must both be the same). Yields 1. Does nothing, purely decorative.
Projector Screen: Craft six plastic sheets on the bottom two rows, plus one glass block in the middle of the top row. Yields 3. Does nothing, purely decorative - basically a slightly-shiny grey wall hanging.
In the cabinets and fridge below, most have a lockable version, which can be made by first crafting the unlocked variant, and then crafting one of those along with a steel ingot.
Conventional Oven (requires Moreblocks): A functional kitchen oven, just like it sounds. Really it's just the default furnace with new textures and crafting recipe. Craft seven steel ingots in an upside-down U along with one Moreblocks iron glass in the middle and one copper ingot on the bottom center. Yields 1.
Microwave Oven (requires Moreblocks): Like the conventional oven, this one can cook stuff, but it does so at a faster rate. The caveat of course is that it has a smaller output capacity than the conventional oven or furnace. Craft five steel ingots along the top and left sides, one Moreblocks Ironglass in the center, a copper ingot at the bottom, and silicon and mese crystals at the right, in the pattern shown here. Yields 2.
Refrigerator (requires Moreblocks and Moreores): A basic kitchen fridge. Carries an inventory of 50 slots (10x5) and stands two nodes tall. Craft 6 steel ingots in the two side columns, and in the center column put one Moreblocks glow glass (not the "super" one), one Moreores tin ingot, and one clay block (you can get that one by first crafting four clay lumps in a square). Yields 1.
Basic kitchen Cabinet: Carries 24 inventory slots with it, meant to imply a typical two-door kitchen cabinet/cupboard with a formica or light, sanded-wood countertop. Craft six wood in the left and right columns, and three sticks down the middle. Yields 1.
Half-size Kitchen Cabinet: A half-sized version of the above, with 12 inventory slots. This one mounts against the ceiling, and is meant to suggest those smaller cabinets most homes have over the kitchen sink and/or stove. Place one of the above full-size cabinets back into the grid to get them. Yields 2.
Kitchen Sink: Yes, this mod actually does come with everything including the kitchen sink! It contains an under-sink cabinet with 16 inventory slots. Craft six wood in the left and right columns, one stick at the bottom, and a steel ingot in the center and top center spaces. Yields 1.
Bathroom sink: Heck, come to think of it, this mod comes with a bathroom sink also! This is a purely decorative wall-mounted marble sink, which can be crafted from a block of cobble at the left, an empty bucket in the middle and another block of cobble on the right, in a single horizontal line as shown. Yields 1.
Bathroom faucet: A simple wall-mounted faucet to go with the sink and shower (below). Craft two steel ingots and one bucket of water in a line as shown. Yields 1.
Shower tray/floor: The bottom part of a standard three-part shower. Make it from two blocks of cobble and one bucket of water, as shown. Yields 1
Shower head: The counterpart to the shower tray above. Craft one steel ingot and one bucket of water as shown. Yields 1.
Toilet: Well, let's face it, sometimes you just gotta go! It's not actually functional of course, but you can flip the lid open/closed with a punch. Makes a flushing sound when closed. Craft it from three blocks of cobble in a horizontal line, along with a bucket of water at the top right and an empty bucket at the bottom center. Yields 1.
All of these glow lights and glow cubes will flip to floor, ceiling, or wall depending on which of those surfaces you are pointing at when you place one.
Basic Yellow Glowlight Fixture (requires Moreblocks): These are slab-sized rectangular light fixtures, and are mostly intended for exterior lighting, e.g. a porch light, or under the corners of eaves, etc. Craft one super glow glass at the left, one regular glow glass in the middle, and another super at the right, in a horizontal line. Yields 6.
Thin Yellow Glowlight Fixture (requires Moreblocks): Similar to the above, these are half the thickness of the above (that is, a so-called "quarter" slab). That being the case, they also give off a bit less light than the full-size ones above. Craft three thick glowlights in a horizontal line to get these thin ones. Yields 6.
Small Yellow Glowlight Cube (requires Moreblocks): This is basically a 1/8-sized cube-shaped light source. Craft one Moreblocks glow glass above one Moreblocks Super Glow Glass. Intended for use as yard/sidewalk lighting, porch lights, etc. Yields 16. You can also get four of these by placing a single thick glowlight into the crafting grid.
Basic White Glowlight Fixture (requires Moreblocks): Just like the yellow ones aside from their color. These white ones are intended to be used for interior lighting, though of course what you do with them is entirely up to you. :-) Craft three white dye in a horizontal line and the above super-regular-super glow glass pattern in a horizontal line right below them. Yields 6.
Thin White Glowlight Fixture (requires Moreblocks): Similar recipe to the thin, yellow glowlights. Craft three slab-sized white Glowlights in a horizontal line. Yields 6.
Small White Glowlight Cube (requires Moreblocks): Just like the yellow version. Craft one white dye above one Moreblocks Super Glow Glass. Intended for use on top of short lampposts, e.g. for yard/sidewalk lighting. Yields 8. You can also get four of these by placing a single thick glowlight into the crafting grid.
Got too many white or yellow glow cubes? Craft four yellow or white cubes (must all be the same color) in a square to get a thick regular glowlight of the same color.
Basic table lamp: Maybe you just don't need overhead lighting in a particular room. In that case, this ought to do just fine. Craft it from two pieces of paper, one torch, one stick, and one wooden slab (either the standard one or the one from moreblocks/stairsplus). Punch it to cycle between its "off" state and four brightness levels. Yields 1.
Fancy metal torch: If you want more of a medieval look to your home, use these instead of the above lighting options. They're designed to look like they attach to a wall (but can be placed on the ground also) and emit a fair amount of light. Craft one from a steel ingot and a piece of coal as shown. Yields 10.
All of these doors default to placing a left-opening variety. If you place a door, and then place a second one to its right, the second door will become right-opening, allowing for automatic placement of double doors (similar to the default doors mod). Hold your "sneak" key (usually Shift) while placing a door to it to be right-opening when it otherwise wouldn't be. All doors return the left-opening variety when dug.
All doors open/close with a right click, and in the presence of Mesecons signals also (e.g. a pressure plate next to a door will open it when stepped on).
Basic wooden door: This is a simple wooden door without any cuts or windows. Craft six wood in two columns, just like a default door, but also add one steel ingot at the right-center. Yields 2.
Fancy Exterior Wood-and-Glass Door: A Dark wooden door with a frosted-glass top insert. Craft five wood planks and one glass block in two columns. Yields 2.
Decorative Oak-colored Wood-and-Glass Door: This one is the sort that might be used to separate two related rooms from one another (rather than a room from a hallway), or as a front door. Most useful alongside windowed walls. Craft three wood and three glass in an alternating pattern as shown. You can also use the inverse of this pattern. Yields 2.
Decorative Wood-and-Glass Door: White version. Craft a few of the above oak wood-and-glass doors, then put two into the craft grid along with a portion of white dye, in any positions. Yields 2 white doors and an empty bucket.
Decorative Wood-and-Glass Door: Mahogany version. Put two of the above bare/oak doors into the craft grid along with one portion of brown or dark orange dye. Yields 2.
Oak Closet Door: Basically a lightweight door one might use to close off a closet area or perhaps a basement. Craft six sticks vertically and one steel ingot at left-center as shown. Yields 2.
Mahogany Closet Door: Craft two oak closet doors with one portion of brown or dark orange dye. Yields 2 doors of the same opening direction.
Upscale Glass Office Door: Just like it sounds - the sort of fancy-schmancy all-glass door you find in offices in upscale buildings, particularly for the higher-ups of a company. Craft five glass plus one steel ingot as shown. Yields 2.
Basic Window Shutter: Craft six sticks vertically in two rows on either side of the grid. Yields 2 bare wooden window shutters. Note that these are decorative - that is, they don't move. Also, as usual "oak" refers to the color, not what it's made of.
Black Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of black dye, in any positions. Yields 4.
Dark Grey Window Shutter (requires UnifiedDyes): Craft four oak shutters with one portion of dark grey dye, in any positions. Yields 4.
Medium Grey Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of grey dye, in any positions. Yields 4.
White Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of white dye, in any positions. Yields 4.
Mahogany Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of brown or dark orange dye. Yields 4.
Red Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of red dye. Yields 4.
Yellow Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of yellow dye. Yields 4.
Forest Green Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of dark green dye. Yields 4. Hello, Dolly! :-)
Light Blue Window Shutter (requires UnifiedDyes): Craft four oak shutters with one portion of light blue dye, in any position. Yields 4.
Purple Window Shutter: Craft four oak shutters with one portion of violet dye, in any position. Yields 4.
Black Plastic Flower Pot: Craft five sheets of plastic in a U shape with a dirt block in the middle and three poirtions of black dye across the top. Yields 1.
Green Plastic Flower Pot: Craft five sheets of plastic in a U shape with one dirt block in the middle and one portion of green dye in the middle of the top row. Yields 1.
Terracotta Flower Pot: Craft five terracotta pieces in a U shape with one dirt block in the middle. Yields 1.
Textured Ceiling Paint: Craft one bucket of water with one block of sand and two portions of white dye. Yields 20 square meters of textured paint and returns an empty bucket.
White Drop-Ceiling Tile: Craft two steel ingots, one smooth stone block, and one portion of white dye. Yields 10.
Brass Pole (requires Moreores): Place three brass ingots in a vertical line. Yields 4 cylindrical brass poles.
Wrought iron pole: Similar to the brass ones above. Craft three iron lumps in a vertical line. Yields 4 square-cross-section poles (unlike fences, these and the above brass poles are drawn without connecting rungs, so they're good for lamp posts).
Small Throw Rug (requires Wool or Cotton): Craft four Red, Yellow, Blue, and Black wool or cotton (must be one or the other, don't try to mix them), in any position. Yields 8.
Large Area Rug (requires Wool or Cotton): Craft two of the above small throw rugs in any position. Yields 2.
Window Curtains (requires Wool): Window curtains are available in six colors: Red, Green, Blue, Violet/Purple, Pink, and White. Place three wool of one of those colors into the crafting grid in a vertical line. Yields 3.
Bars: These can be used for multiple purposes, most notably a basement window or for a sort of medieval castle look, or maybe the windows/gates/doors on a jail cell as well. Craft them from six steel ingots in two rows, as shown. Yields 10.
Corner bars: The same as above, but fashioned to carry the above bars over into the corner of a node. Craft three of the above regular bars into an L-shape. Yields 4.
Chains: A pair of wall-mounted chains, purely for decorative purposes. Craft them from six steel ingots in an ellipse pattern as shown here, or...
...you can also craft them from two steel ingots and four Glooptest chainlinks, as shown. Yields 4 in both cases.