How to organize your inventory

What should you put in your inventory, including ender chest and shulker boxes? This tutorial will explain how to organize for any Minecraft occasion!

The first box we’ll peek into is: Mining shulker box

It’s good to keep your mining shulker box full of space for collecting blocks. Alotting space for the ores you collect is a good idea when organizing shulker boxes. Use kelp blocks as a fuel source because they can smelt 20 items per kelp block, compared to say, 8 items per coal.

  1. iron ore
  2. gold ore
  3. lapis lazuli ore
  4. emerald ore
  5. coal ore
  6. diamond ore
  7. redstone ore
  8. dried kelp block

The next boxes we’ll look at are: Enchanting I & II shulker boxes

The list to the right contains only the enchanted books I actually use, along with inventory space for extra enchanted items.
  • unbreaking III
  • mending
  • silk touch
  • fortune III
  • efficiency V
  • sharpness V
  • looting III
  • power V
  • infinity
  • projectile protection IV
  • respiration III
  • aqua affinity
  • protection IV
  • thorns III
  • fire protection IV
  • feather falling IV
  • blast protection IV
  • depth strider III
  • frost walker II
  • efficiency IV
  • luck of the sea III
  • lure III
  • quick charge III
  • multishot
  • loyalty III
  • impaling V

Construction I, II, and III shulker boxes

You can build just about anything from these blocks.
These are probably my most commonly used blocks when doing construction. (also see Construction II & III)
  • stone
  • granite
  • diorite
  • andesite
  • grass block
  • dirt
  • mycelium
  • crimson nylium
  • warped nylium
  • cobblestone
  • sand
  • red sand
  • gravel
  • oak logs
  • spruce logs
  • birch logs
  • jungle logs
  • acacia logs
  • dark oak logs
  • crimson stem
  • warped stem
  • sponges
  • wet sponges
  • glass
  • white wool
  • orange wool
  • magenta wool

  • light blue wool
  • yellow wool
  • lime wool
  • pink wool
  • gray wool
  • light gray wool
  • cyan wool
  • purple wool
  • blue wool
  • brown wool
  • green wool
  • red wool
  • black wool
  • obsidian
  • purpur blocks
  • pumpkin
  • netherrack
  • soul sand
  • soul soil
  • basalt
  • glowstone
  • melon
  • mycelium
  • end stone
  • terracotta
  • warped wart blocks
  • tube coral block
Use the rest of the space to put duplicate blocks you’d like to have on hand. For example, you might want to make a lot of slabs and use the extra spaces for the slabs.

Decoration I, II, and III shulker boxes

  • brain coral block
  • bubble coral block
  • fire coral block
  • horn coral block
  • blue ice
  • crying obsidian
  • blackstone
  • scaffolding
These are my most commonly used decorations. If I need to dye something and don’t have the dye on hand, I just craft the dye I’m looking for with the flowers in my decoration shulker box.
  • oak sapling
  • spruce sapling
  • birch sapling
  • jungle sapling
  • acacia sapling
  • dark oak sapling
  • oak leaves
  • spruce leaves
  • birch leaves
  • jungle leaves
  • acacia leaves
  • dark oak leaves
  • cobwebs
  • grass
  • ferns
  • large ferns
  • dead bushes
  • sea grass
  • sea pickles
  • dandelion
  • poppies
  • blue orchids
  • alliums
  • azure bluets
  • red tulips
  • orange tulips
  • white tulips

  • pink tulips
  • oxeye daisies
  • cornflowers
  • lilies of the valley
  • wither roses
  • brown mushrooms
  • red mushrooms
  • crimson fungus
  • warped fungus
  • crimson roots
  • warped roots
  • nether sprouts
  • weeping vines
  • twisting vines
  • sugar cane
  • kelp
  • bamboo
  • end rods
  • chorus plant
  • chorus flower
  • cactus
  • brown mushroom block
  • red mushroom block
  • mushroom stem
  • vines
  • lily pads
  • sunflowers
  • lilacs
  • rose bushes
  • peonies
  • tall grass
  • tube coral
  • brain coral
  • bubble coral
  • fire coral
  • horn coral

Brewing shulker box

  • tube coral fan
  • brain coral fan
  • bubble coral fan
  • fire coral fan
  • horn coral fan
  • bell
  • shroomlight
  • bees nest

This shulker box is so sparse because it leaves extra room for the potions you create. The rest of the potion materials are in the misc box, where I place some brewing items.

Food shulker box

  • ghast tears
  • rabbit’s foot
  • dragon’s breath
  • phantom membrane

This is just about all the food you’ll need, some of which you could also trade to villagers
  • apples
  • raw porkchop
  • enchanted golden apples
  • raw cod
  • raw salmon
  • tropical fish
  • pufferfish
  • raw beef
  • raw chicken
  • rotten flesh

Misc I & II shulker boxes

  • spider eye
  • carrots
  • potatoes
  • poison potatoes
  • raw rabbit
  • raw mutton
  • beetroot
  • sweet berries
  • honey bottles

  • totem of undying
  • trident
  • name tags
  • bones
  • turtle eggs
  • scutes
  • coal
  • diamond
  • netherite scrap

  • string
  • feathers
  • gunpowder
  • wheat seeds
  • wheat
  • flint
  • snowballs
  • leather
  • clay ball
  • slimeballs
  • eggs
  • ink sacs
  • cocoa beans
  • pumpkin seeds
  • melon seeds
  • ender pearls
  • blaze rods
  • golden nuggets
  • bottles o’ enchanting
  • nether stars
  • nether quartz
  • prismarine shard
  • prismarine crystals
  • rabbit hide
  • iron horse armor
  • golden horse armor

Nether shulker box

  • diamond horse armor
  • leather horse armor
  • chorus fruit
  • beetroot seeds
  • shulker shells
  • iron nuggets
  • records
  • nautilus shells
  • heart of the sea
  • banner patterns
  • honeycomb
  • saddles
  • elytra
  • end crystal
  • bell

I really don’t need a lot when I collect things from the nether. I mostly find myself needing inventory space, so I included lots of it in this shulker box.

  • nether gold ore
  • nether quartz ore
  • ancient debris
  • nether wart

This is what your ender chest will look like with all those shulker boxes, plus the ones in my boss fights/dimensions tutorial guide

If you’re curious as to what to bring to boss fights and different dimensions, check out my other post:

What to Bring to Boss Fights

Minecraft Builds

This is a dirt hobbit house in the plains biome.

The interior of the dirt house has a mixed textured floor of hay bales and coarse dirt, with a little cobblestone and regular stone tied in.

The backyard has a firepit next to a pond and the back of the house has a chimney and smoke is billowing out into the air, causing pollution probably.

Modern house made of spruce, cobblestone and black stained glass mostly.

House I built underneath a little hill. Along with some lamp posts and my hopper composter.

Oak starter house.

Storage in four directions underground: North, East, South, and West. That way you don’t have to run around from one level to another trying to gather resources.

Dirt starter house

Stone and stripped dark oak mansion, with a car in the carport, and a horse in the front yard.

The front of the remote outpost.

Front of Remote Outpost

The redstone playground.

Redstone Playground

The back of the remote outpost.

Remote Outpost Back

The view from the top of the remote outpost. It’s in the clouds! Wowie.

View From Top of Remote Outpost

Here’s the staircase to the top of the remote outpost tower.

Staircase To The Top

The inside of the remote outpost.

Inside of Remote Outpost

Ice skating rink.

Ice Skating Rink

Guys, I made a floating island. Here is the view from the top.

Overall View

Bottom of the floating island.

Bottom of Floating Island

The poppy stained glass banquet hall from the top of the crazy stairs.

Banquet Hall from Top of Stairs

View from the bottom of the stairs of the F.I. (floating island).

Floating Island from the Bottom

Ok so I made another banquet hall.

Banquet Hall

This side is mostly made of glass. It’s a stained glass poppy. I was going to put the stem but I didn’t make the hall big enough.

Outside Poppy

To the left is my fortress tower, in the middle is the traditional royal hall, and on the right is the banquet hall with the stained glass poppy.

Traditional and Weird

This is the loft. It’s just a loft.

Checkerboard Loft

These are some alternating netherbrick and quartz stairs. Which was terrifying to get.

Alternating Stairs

And this is the stained glass poppy from the interior.

Stained Glass Poppy

Here’s the interior of my second banquet hall:


Here’s my banquet hall I got the idea thinking about a quilt:


Rainbow stained glass window:


I call this side of the hall, “The Elton John.”


Rainbow again:


Here is my chateau by the beach:

Chateau Front



Grill and garden. How could we make do without that?

Chateau Grill and Garden

Couch and fireplace. Where’s my hot cocoa?

Couch and Fireplace

What home would be complete without a gaudy fountain?


White grand piano:

Grand Piano

Grand staircase:

Grand Staircase

Anybody need a shower?


The open kitchen for entertaining guests:


The hedge maze:


Wildflower meadow:

Wildflower Meadow

Here is my fortress. It was a blast to make:

Fortified Wall

This is the view from the wall. Can you believe it?

View From Fortified Wall

The on top of the fortified wall:

Fortified Wall Upstairs

Inside the fortified wall:

Inside Fortified Wall

Fortified wall up close:

Fortified Wall Upclose

Here’s a tower too:

Tower Up
Tower Down

My first ever house. The beach house:

Beach House

Be sure to keep all your animals together in one pen.

Pen of Animals

Suspension bridge (well, it’s also a tunnel in 2 places. It’s a Sunnel):

Suspension Bridge Underneath

Suspension bridge with checkerboard pattern. Anyone want to play chess?

Suspension Bridge

This piggie and chicken friend are trapped in my tunnel somehow:

Piggie and Chicken Friend