Construction, Level-By-Level (Part I)

By: Merch Gwyar
Special Thanks to: Albert2006xp, Cap Root, Clefter, Cougarsrule9, Damaged500, Doddsy, Dr Skull, Flummoxer, Guildwars186, Hawk, Hebo, Helk, iFree, Jeremy, jhwwehardy, Kuemper, Mano, Neo Avatars, PinkyTM, R3ignofEvil, Reaver, Salmoneus, Simple013, Sleepy, Thynoblecat, Twist of Fate, Wolfe

It should first be noted that this guide is not the most efficient to follow if you are aiming directly for a skill cape. For that, you should explore the methods provided by the 'Construction Help' guide. Instead, this guide is designed for those who wish to know their options at each of these expensive levels in order to create the best player owned house possible.


Notes

Tables

The tables provide all the information needed to determine what each player wishes to build at each level.

  1. Column one gives the location.
  2. Column two names the item.
  3. Column three lists the specific materials required, though it should be noted that a saw and hammer are constant requirements and therefore are not listed in the tables. Also the number of nails given are the minimum required, though more should always be taken as they do break mid-construction. For those wishing to build everything in the table, there is a more extensive list of supplies provided underneath. This list also includes sundries, such as the saw, hammer and watering can (where applicable).
  4. Column four gives the experience per item, with a total at the bottom showing what the experience would be for all items made.
  5. Column five becomes extremely important as the cost of materials rises at higher levels. This states whether it is the highest level item to build in this hotspot. Players may wish to not build something if the item is pretty rather than practical (or vice versa) and an upgrade is due within few levels. In order to aid these decisions, also within this column are two figures: next upgrade level for this item/highest upgrade level for this item.
  6. Column six provides the approximate/actual cost of the materials, with a total at the bottom for those wishing to make all items. NB The cost of planks and nails is judged by the price at the sawmill, it does not take into consideration increased costs engendered by buying logs for making into planks, nor does it give the price of buying these things ready-made from other players. It should also be noted that those using Lunar Magic can create planks from logs much more cheaply by using the 'Plank Make' spell.

Note: The amounts shown are based on the assumption that metal items, glass and clay will be player made and therefore free. Only materials that cannot be made, ie planks, stones, cloth, plants/trees and compulsory payments within the houses, are calculated.

Materials

There are several plank respawns dotted throughout Runescape. One of the best is at the Barbarian Outpost, as four respawn a short distance from a bank deposit pillar. Use a games necklace to get there and save yourself a bit of money.

Also, nails have a tendency to break; hence you should always pack more than you need. Bronze nails break more easily than rune nails.

For each level, it is assumed that each item of furniture is being created in situ. For many hotspots, it is possible to add a flatpacked item regardless of your own level. For example, at level one, a player may buy a parlour for 1000gp. There is nothing stopping that player seeking the assistance of a higher level to make the highest level furniture for that room, or else buying them at the Grand Exchange. The same is true for all furniture in a player-owned house, as long as the item can be flat-packed and the player has the Construction level to build the room which accommodates it.

Assistance can only be given in a player-owned workshop, not on the spot, and it cannot be given while a house is in building mode. For this reason, the assistance cannot be provided for rooms or plants.

It should also be noted the supply list takes into account expenses incurred by also taking advantage of the options listed under 'notes' for each level.

Level 1

Read through 'The Basics', then visit any Estate Agent to buy your land for 1000gp.

Level 1 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--298 (con.)
124 (farming)
-4,600gp
Parlour Crude wooden chairs
Crude Wooden Chair
Planks x 6, nails x 12 174 (3 x 58) No
8/50
600gp
Garden Plant
Bagged Plant
Bagged small plant 1, watering can 31 (con.)
31 (farming)
No
6/12
1,000gp
Garden Dock Leaf
Bagged Plant
Bagged small plant 2, watering can 31 (con.)
31 (farming)
No
6/12
1,000gp
Garden Fern
Bagged Plant
Bagged big plant 1, watering can 31 (con.)
31 (farming)
No
6/12
1,000gp
Garden Short plant
Bagged Plant
Bagged big plant 2, watering can 31 (con.)
31 (farming)
No
6/12
1,000gp

Supplies

  • A saw
  • A hammer
  • Nails x 12 (bring extras in case they break)
  • 2000gp
  • Planks x 6
  • Bagged small plant 1
  • Bagged small plant 2
  • Bagged big plant 1
  • Bagged big plant 2
  • Watering can (with at least 4 levels of water in it)

Notes

Your garden and the basic shell of your house comes 'free' with the 1000gp paid to the Estate Agent, however neither will have anything in them.

A further 1000gp, paid by clicking on the door hotspot, will create a parlour and provide access to the chair hotspots.

Your house can contain 20 rooms at this level.

If you plant or build each of the available options at this level, you will already now be level 4 Construction.

The crude wooden chairs may be sat upon. However doing anything whilst in your chair will cause your person to stand up. There is a common glitch here, whereby someone already sitting down will appear to be facing in the opposite direction to anyone else arriving later.

The garden portal allows access in and out of your house. Others can enter your house by clicking on the portal outside and selecting 'friend's house', then entering your name. The house owner may deny access by either locking their portal or else setting their public chat to 'friends' (which would allow only those on their friends' list to enter) or 'off' (which would allow no access at all. No-one but the house owner may enter while in building mode.

All plants, in this garden, are grown to be looked at. There is never a plant, fern or bush grown that can be picked.

Your house (regular mode)

Level 2

Level 2 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--162-3,550gp
Parlour Torn curtains
Torn Curtains
Planks x 3, Cloth x 3, Nails x 3 132 No
18/40
2,250gp
Parlour Brown rug
Brown Rug
Cloth x 2 30 No
13/65
1,300gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • Hammer
  • Cloth x 5
  • Planks x 3

Notes

If you build all of the options for this level and level one, you will now be level 5 Construction.

The torn curtains are purely decorative. They cannot be drawn nor used to make dresses. Using them on one window will result in all windows in that room being fitted with curtains.

Level 3

Level 3 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--90-0gp
Parlour Clay Fireplace
Clay Fireplace
Soft clay x 3 30 No
33/63
0gp - mined
Dining Room Clay Fireplace
Clay Fireplace
Soft clay x 3 30 No
33/63
0gp - mined
Bedroom Clay Fireplace
Clay Fireplace
Soft clay x 3 30 No
33/63
0gp - mined

Supplies

  • Saw
  • Hammer
  • Soft clay x 3

Notes

If you build this fireplace, you will still be level five construction. Extra xp can be gained by removing furniture already built and building it again on the same hotspot; alternatively, build the furniture available at levels 4 and 5.

By placing a log inside your clay fireplace, a tinderbox can be used to light a roaring fire.

Level 4

Level 4 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--116-400gp
Parlour Wooden Bookcase
Wooden Bookcase
Planks x 4, nails x 4 116 No
29/40
400gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • Hammer
  • Planks x 4
  • Nails

Notes

Every book gained through a quest or random event will mysteriously materialize in your bookcase. This is true regardless of having destroyed the original and, in fact, any book taken off the bookshelves and lost will return intact to them. On the other hand, books not automatically appearing there cannot be stored here. Trying will simply cause you to lose your book.

If you build this straight after building all of the lower level furniture, you will now be level six Construction.

Level 5

Level 5 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--186 (Con.)
31 (Farming)
-1,650gp
Kitchen Firepit
Firepit
Steel bars x 1, soft clay x 2 40 No
11/42
0gp - Mined
Garden Decorative Rock
Decorative Rock
Limestone bricks x 5 100 No
10/70
0gp - Mined
Garden Dead Tree
Dead Tree
Bagged tree, watering can 31 (Con.)
31 (Farming)
No
10/75
1,000gp
Kitchen Cat Blanket
Cat Basket
Cloth x 1 15 No
19/33
650gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Watering can
  • 5000gp
  • Steel bar
  • Soft clay x 2
  • Limestone bricks x 5
  • Bagged tree
  • Cloth

Notes

You can now build a kitchen for 5000gp.

You now have the Construction skill requirement to do the quest, Darkness of Hallowvale. It awards 2k experience, as well as a tome of experience from which you can choose three skills to receive 2k xp each. If you choose Construction for all three, that is 8k xp in total.

You also have the Construction level to do the Eyes of Glouphrie quest. One of the rewards is a crystal saw which, when used instead of a normal saw, allows you to build furniture three levels above your own. NB The saw does not allow you to add plants or create rooms above your level.

The rock is merely decorative; as is the tree. The latter cannot be chopped down for logs, unfortunately. This applies to all future trees planted in this hotspot.

In the kitchen, the firepit can be used to cook some items, though other foods will be dismissed with the message that they can't be cooked here. A kettle may certainly be boiled using it, but experimentation has shown that even low level fish and meat cannot be cooked here.

A cat taken in the house, by either the owner or a friend, can be directed to go and curl up on the blanket.

Level 6

Level 6 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--367 (Con.)
280 (Farming)
-4,300gp
Kitchen Wooden Shelves 1
Wooden Shelves 1
Planks x 3, nails x 3 87 No
12/67
300gp
Garden Small Fern
Small Fern
Bagged small plant 1, watering can 70 (Con.)
70 (Farming)
No
12/12
1,000gp
Garden Thistle
Thistle
Bagged small plant 2, watering can 70 (Con.)
70 (Farming)
No
12/12
1,000gp
Garden Bush
Bush
Bagged big plant 1, watering can 70 (Con.)
70 (Farming)
No
12/12
1,000gp
Garden Large Leaf Bush
Large Leaf Bush
Bagged big plant 2, watering can 70 (Con.)
70 (Farming)
No
12/12
1,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Watering can
  • Planks x 3
  • Nails x 3
  • Bagged small plant 1
  • Bagged small plant 2
  • Bagged big plant 1
  • Bagged big plant 2

Notes

The wooden shelves 1, and all future shelves, are one of the more important items for the budding builder, because they are fundamental for a level boost. These shelves provide an inexhaustible supply of kettles, teapots and cups, which will be used in making a cup of tea. This boost will not be available until level 9. Though there are three hotspots, building in one will cause all three to be fitted with shelves.

Level 7

Level 7 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--187-300gp
Kitchen Pump and Drain
Pump and Drain
Steel bars x 5 100 No
27/47
0gp - Mined
Kitchen Beer Barrel
Beer Barrel
Planks x 3, Nails x 3 87 No
12/48
300gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Steel bars x 5
  • Planks x 3
  • Nails x 3

Notes

The pump and drain provides a source of water in the house, handy for filling the kettle, making soft clay and cooking.

The beer barrel has an unlimited supply of beer on tap, though the player will have to bring their own beer glass to drink it. It raises strength levels by two levels, but lowers attack by four. Beer glasses filled in a player-owned house cannot be taken outside it. It can be bought in all pubs around Gielinor for 2-3gp.

Level 8

Level 8 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--87-300gp
Parlour Wooden Chair
Wooden Chair
Planks x 3, nails x 3 87 No
14/50
300gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Planks x 3
  • Nails x 3

Notes

The wooden chairs may be sat upon.

Level 9

Level 9 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--228-800gp
Kitchen Wooden Larder
Wooden Larder
Planks x 8, nails x 8 228 No
33/43
800gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Planks x 8
  • Nails x 8

Notes

The wooden larder provides an inexhaustible supply of tea and milk. This is very important to the builder, as tea can be brewed to temporarily boost Construction levels.

To make a cup of tea: take a kettle from the wooden shelves 1 and fill it at the pump and drain. Hang the kettle on the firepit, until it boils. Meanwhile, take a teapot from the shelves and add tea-leaves from the larder. Use the kettle, with its water boiled, on the teapot. This provides four helpings of tea. Use the teapot on the cup and drink.

At this level, it causes a temporarily boost of one Construction level, which can be used to build furniture, but not rooms.

Please note that tea cannot be taken out of the house. If using the boost to build future shelves, please ensure that you definitely have all of the materials in your inventory, as a visit to the bank will not only remove your tea but also the means to make it. In an emergency, switch out of building mode (the tea will survive) and ask a friend to bring materials, though they will have to step outside before you can create the shelves.

Teapots filled with tea are tradeable inside the house, but cups of tea are not.

Level 10

Level 10 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--374-2,900gp
Dining Room Wooden Dining Table
Wooden Dining Table
Planks x 4, nails x 4 115 No
22/72
400gp
Dining Room Wooden Dining Bench
Wooden Dining Bench
Planks x 4, nails x 4 115 No
22/61
400gp
Garden Pond
Pond
Soft clay x 10 100 No
15/70
0gp - Mined
Garden Nice Tree
Nice Tree
Bagged nice tree x 1, watering can 44 No
15/75
2,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Watering can
  • 15,000gp
  • Planks x 11 (15, if two dining benches are made)
  • Nails x 11 (15, if two dining benches are made)
  • Soft clay x 10
  • Bagged nice tree x 1

Notes

You can now build a dining room for 5000gp.

You also have the option to redecorate in the 'basic stone' design, as seen in Lumbridge buildings. This costs 5,000gp and can be bought from an Estate Agent.

While you are there, you may wish to move your home. At this level, there is an option to move to Taverley for 5,000gp. This location is slightly closer to the Falador/Burthorpe banks than Rimmington is to Draynor/Falador. For those without the magic level to teleport everywhere, Taverley is also a better location. It's at the foot of Wolf Mountain and therefore not so much off the beaten track as Rimmington.

You will now have the Construction level to do the Tower of Life quest. The rewards for completing it include 1000xp in Construction and a Construction outfit.

Up to eight people can sit on the benches around the dining table. This use doesn't change, though the later dining table and benches became increasingly more elegant and expensive.

Most items can be placed upon the dining table, when not in building mode, but this abides by the same rule as dropping them on the floor. After a while, all items will disappear. Similarly, if you leave your house, the items will automatically disappear. If trying to place something on a table in a house belonging to a friend, a warning message will ask you if you are sure for this very reason, especially as a house owner could kick you out.

If the house owner has hired a servant, then this individual may be asked to serve guests. (S)he will make their way around those seated at the dining table, enquiring as to whether they wish to receive the refreshment on offer. If so, it will appear on the table in front of them.

The garden pond is merely decorative.

Level 11

Level 11 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--60-0gp
Kitchen Firepit with Hook
Firepit with Hook
Steel bars x 2, soft clay x 2 60 No
17/42
0gp - Mined

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Steel bars x 2
  • Soft clay x 2

Notes

In the kitchen, the firepit with hook can be used to cook some items, though other foods will be dismissed with the message that they can't be cooked there.

R3ignofEvil in his level 11 house

Level 12

Level 12 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--695 (Con.)
370 (Farming)
-20,900gp
Kitchen Wooden Kitchen Table
Wooden Kitchen Table
Planks x 3, nails x 3 87 No
32/52
300gp
Kitchen Cider Barrel
Cider Barrel
Planks x 3, nails x 3, cider x 8 91 No
18/48
300gp
Kitchen Wooden Shelves 2
Wooden Shelves 2
Planks x 3, nails x 3, soft clay x 6 147 No
23/67
300gp
Garden Fern
Fern
Bagged small plant 1, watering can 70 (Con.)
70 (Farming)
Yes 5,000gp
Garden Reeds
Reeds
Bagged small plant 2, watering can 100 (Con.)
100 (Farming)
Yes 5,000gp
Garden Tall Plant
Tall Plant
Bagged big plant 1, watering can 100 (Con.)
100 (Farming)
Yes 5,000gp
Garden Huge Plant
Huge Plant
Bagged big plant 2, watering can 100 (Con.)
100 (Farming)
Yes 5,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Watering can
  • Planks x 9
  • Planks x 3
  • Pints of cider x 8
  • Soft clay x 6
  • Bagged small plant 1
  • Bagged small plant 2
  • Bagged big plant 1
  • Bagged big plant 2

Notes

The wooden shelves 2 provide an inexhaustible supply of kettles, teapots, cups and beer glasses. The tea from them still causes a temporary boost of one Construction level.

Most items can be placed upon the wooden table, when not in building mode, but this abides by the same rule as dropping them on the floor. After a while, all items will disappear. Similarly, if you leave your house, the items will automatically disappear. If trying to place something on a table in a house belonging to a friend, a warning message will ask you if you are sure for this very reason, especially as a house owner could kick you out.

The cider barrel has an unlimited supply of cider on tap, though beer glasses filled in a player-owned house cannot be taken outside it. Use the brewing guide for instructions on how to brew cider to build this barrel. It raises farming temporarily by one level, whilst reducing attack and strength by three levels.

Level 13

Level 13 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--60-2,600gp
Parlour Rug
Rug
Cloth x 4 60 No
65/65
2,600gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Cloth x 4

Level 14

Level 14 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--87-300gp
Parlour Rocking Chair
Rocking Chair
Planks x 3, nails x 3 87 No
19/50
300gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Planks x 3
  • Nails x 3

Notes

The rocking chairs may be sat upon, whereupon your person will be rocking.

Level 15

Level 15 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--460-6,000gp
Workshop Repair Bench
Repair Bench
Oak planks x 2 120 No
35/55
500gp
Workshop Tool Store 1
Tool Store 1
Oak planks x 2 120 No
25/55
500gp
Garden Imp Statue
Imp Statue
Limestone bricks x 5, soft clay x 5 150 No
70/70
0gp - Mined
Garden Oak Tree
Oak Tree
Bagged oak tree x 1, watering can 70 No
30/75
5,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Watering can
  • 10,000gp
  • Oak planks x 4
  • Limestone bricks x 5
  • Soft clay x 5
  • Bagged oak tree

Notes

You can now build a workshop for 10,000gp.

The tool store 1 provides an inexhaustible supply of saws, hammers, chisels and shears. No more long, dejected walks back to the bank for the builder who forgot their saw and hammer.

Occasionally, during the stress of combat, arrows and staves can become bent or broken. The repair bench provides a place to fix them.

The imp statue is merely decorative, but does include an animated water feature.

Level 16

Level 16 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--840 3,000gp
Workshop Pluming Stand
Pluming Stand
Oak planks x 2 120 No
41/66
500gp
Workshop Crafting Table 1
Crafting Table 1
Oak planks x 2 240 No
25/42
500gp
Dining Room Oak Wall Decoration
Oak Wall Decoration
Oak planks x 2 120 No
36/56
500gp
Combat Room Oak Wall Decoration
Oak Wall Decoration
Oak planks x 2 120 No
36/56
500gp
Parlour Oak Wall Decoration
Oak Wall Decoration
Oak planks x 2 120 No
36/56
500gp
Throne Room Oak Wall Decoration
Oak Wall Decoration
Oak planks x 2 120 No
36/56
500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 12

Notes

The pluming stand, in the workshop, can be used to paint steel or rune full helms with family crest colors. Anyone can do this, using your pluming stand, though it should be noted that painted items become untradeable. Before colors can be painted, those requiring to do so first need to visit Sir Renitee, aka the herald in Falador. He will research your family history and provide the information for free; however, if you wish to belong to another family, he will change his mind for 500gp. Non-familial colors may be painted after visiting the herald under certain circumstances, for example, being skulled after a run to the Abyss will result in a skull design. Visit the Construction homepage for a full list.

The crafting table can be used to make toy horsies. Just use a normal plank on the crafting table to create one, though level 10 crafting is required first. Additionally, the same procedure with the addition of a piece of fur, can be used to make wooden cats, as long as the player has completed The Great Brain Robbery quest.

The oak decoration is purely decorative.

The official guide will state that there are no wall decorations in the parlour, but there can be. The curtain hotspot allows for a wall decoration, if a connecting room does not also have curtain hotspots.

Level 17

Level 17 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--223-500gp
Kitchen Firepit with Pot
Firepit with Pot
Steel bars x 3, soft clay x 2 80 No
24/42
0gp - Mined
Workshop Wooden Workbench
Wooden Workbench
Planks x 5, nails x 5 143 No
32/77
500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Steel bars x 3
  • Soft clay x 2
  • Planks x 5
  • Nails x 5

Notes

In the kitchen, the firepit with pot can be used to cook some items, though other foods will be dismissed with the message that they can't be cooked here.

The wooden workbench allows the builder to create flatpacked items up to level 20 Construction. Furniture made in this way can be carried outside of the house and traded, though not everything can be flatpacked. As the workbench can be used without building mode being switched on, this is the location where the 'assist' system may be used. Anyone can use this workbench, as long as they have access to the house.

Though there is a limit on the Construction level items that can be made here, depending upon the quality of the workbench, flatpacked items can be erected by any level. For example, at level 17, you could buy or be traded a flatpacked mahogany armchair, which could be set up in the parlour. This is despite ordinarily requiring level 50 for that particular armchair.

To make flatpacked furniture, simply carry all of the materials for that item, plus a saw and hammer, to the workbench and click on it. Select the furniture to be made from the catalogue which then appears. You will receive the same experience as you would if it had been made in a hotspot.

To erect flatpacked furniture, use it on the relevant hotspot, whilst carrying the flatpacked item, a saw and a hammer.

Level 18

Level 7 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--859-8,850gp
Kitchen Asgarnian Ale Barrel
Asgarnian Ale Barrel
Oak planks x 3, Asgarnian Ales x 8 184 No
26/48
750gp
Parlour Curtains
Curtains
Oak planks x 3, cloth x 3 225 No
40/40
2,700gp
Dining Room Curtains
Curtains
Oak planks x 3, cloth x 3 225 No
40/40
2,700gp
Bedroom Curtains
Curtains
Oak planks x 3, cloth x 3 225 No
40/40
2,700gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 12
  • Pints of Asgarnian Ale x 8
  • Cloth x 9

Notes

The curtains are purely decorative, though no longer torn like their predecessors. Using them on one window will result in all windows in that room being fitted with curtains. If a curtain hotspot exists on a connecting wall, without a window, there will appear a wooden decoration instead.

The Asgarnian Ale barrel has an unlimited supply of Asgarnian Ale on tap, though beer glasses filled in a player-owned house cannot be taken outside it. Use the brewing guide for instructions on how to brew ale to build this barrel; alternatively, buy it in the pubs in either Falador or Burthorpe for 3gp each. It heals for 10 Life Points and temporarily increases strength by two levels, while reducing attack by four levels.

Level 19

Level 19 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--178-700gp
Parlour Oak Chair
Oak Chair
Oak planks x 2 120 No
26/50
500gp
Kitchen Cat Basket
Cat Basket
Planks x 2, nails x 2 58 No
33/33
200gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 2
  • Planks x 2
  • Nails x 2

Notes

The oak chairs may be sat upon.

A cat taken in the house, by either the owner or a friend, can be directed to go and curl up in the cat basket.

Level 20

Level 20 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--175-1,800gp
Bedroom Wooden Bed
Wooden Bed
Planks x 3, nails x 3, cloth x 2 117 No
30/60
1,600gp
Bedroom Shoe Box
Shoe Box
Planks x 2, nails x 2 58 No
27/87
200gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Planks x 5
  • Nails x 5
  • 25,000gp

Notes

You can now build a bedroom for 10,000gp.

You also have the option to redecorate in the 'whitewashed stone' design, as seen in Al-Kharid's buildings. This costs 7,500gp and can be bought from an Estate Agent.

While you are there, you may wish to move your home. At this level, there is option to move to Pollnivneach for 7,500gp. For those with the magic level for 'home teleport', this will save on flying carpet costs, as well as being handy for access to the delights of the desert.

You now have the Construction level to do the Fremennik Isles quest. The rewards include 5k Construction xp.

Finally, you have attained a level where you can hire a servant, Rick.

The bed cannot be slept in, however, two bedrooms with beds in them are required before the house-owner can hire a servant.

The shoe box allows a free change of default shoes for any player with access to the house.

Level 21

Level 21 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--30-100gp
Bedroom Wooden Shaving Stand
Wooden Shaving Stand
Plank x 1, nail x 1, molten glass x 1 30 No
29/74
100gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Plank x 1
  • Nail x 1
  • Molten glass x 1

Notes

Only male players can use the shaving stand. It does what it says on the packet, shaving off their facial hair.

Level 22

Level 22 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--480-2,000gp
Dining Room Oak Dining Table
Oak Dining Table
Oak planks x 4 240 No
31/72
1,000gp
Dining Room Oak Dining Bench
Oak Dining Bench
Oak planks x 4 240 No
31/61
1,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 8

Notes

Up to eight people can sit on the benches around the oak dining table. This use doesn't change, though the later dining table and benches became increasingly more elegant and expensive.

Most items can be placed upon the dining table, when not in building mode, but this abides by the same rule as dropping them on the floor. After a while, all items will disappear. Similarly, if you leave your house, the items will automatically disappear. If trying to place something on a table in a house belonging to a friend, a warning message will ask you if you are sure for this very reason, especially as a house owner could kick you out.

If the house owner has hired a servant, then this individual may be asked to serve guests. (S)he will make their way around those seated at the dining table, enquiring as to whether they wish to receive the refreshment on offer. If so, it will appear on the table in front of them.

Level 23

Level 23 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--147-300gp
Kitchen Wooden Shelves 3
Wooden Shelves
Planks x 3, nails x 3, soft clay x 6 147 No
34/67
300gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Planks x 3
  • Nails x 3
  • Soft clay x 6

Notes

The wooden shelves 3 provide an inexhaustible supply of kettles, teapots, cups, beer glasses and cake tins. The tea from them causes a temporary boost of two Construction levels.

Level 24

Level 24 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--80-0gp
Kitchen Small Oven
Small Oven
Steel bars x 4 80 No
29/42
0gp - mined

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Steel bars x 4

Notes

In the kitchen, the small oven can be used to cook some items, though other foods will be dismissed with the message that they can't be cooked here. Frustratingly, given the now free supply of cake-tins and the ingredients to make one, the small oven will not cope with baking cakes.

Level 25

Level 25 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--263-1,000gp
Workshop Crafting Table 2
Crafting Table 2
Upgrade: molten glass x 1 1 No
34/42
0gp
Workshop Tool Store 2
Tool Store 2
Upgrade: Oak planks x 2 120 No
35/55
500gp
Bedroom Oak Clock
Oak Clock
Oak planks x 2, clockwork x 1 142 No
55/85
500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 4
  • Molten glass x 1
  • Clockwork x 1 (Steel bar)
  • 15,000gp

Notes

You can now build a Skill Hall for 15,000gp.

You can hire a faster servant, the Maid.

The tool store 2 provides an inexhaustible supply of buckets, spades and tinderboxes. It appears alongside the tool store 1, which does not need to be removed to accommodate this.

The previous crafting table does not need to be removed in order to upgrade it to the second version. As well as retaining the ability to make wooden horsies and cats, this crafting table allows the creation of clockwork mechanisms, which are needed as materials in some furniture, notably clocks. Just use a steel bar on it, if you have level 8 crafting.

In the bedroom, the oak clock actually keeps real world time, though only the minutes, with the hours denoted by the word 'rune'. For example, quarter to the hour would be 'quarter to rune'.

Level 26

Level 26 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--428-3,766gp
Parlour Oak Armchair
Oak Armchair
Oak planks x 3 180 No
35/50
1,500gp
Kitchen Greenman's Ale Barrel
Greenman's Ale
Oak planks x 3, pints of Greenman's Ale x 8 184 No
36/48
1,516gp
Dining Room Rope Bell Pull
Rope Bell Pull
Rope x 1, Oak planks x 1 64 No
37/60
250gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 7
  • Greenman's Ale x 8
  • Rope x 1

Notes

The oak armchairs may be sat upon. The rope bell-pull is used to summon the servant, if one has been hired. This is useful as, though the servant will always remain on the same floor as the house owner, (s)he does move around and can be sometimes difficult to locate in a large house.

The Greenman's Ale barrel has an unlimited supply of Greenman's Ale on tap, though beer glasses filled in a player-owned house cannot be taken outside it. Use the brewing guide for instructions on how to brew ale to build this barrel; alternatively, buy it from the pub in Yanille, Rasolo the wandering salesman near to the Baxtorian Falls or from the general store in the Lighthouse for 2gp. It raises herblore by one level, while also healing 10 Life Points.

Level 27

Level 27 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--920-3,000gp
Kitchen Pump and Tub
Pump and Tub
Steel bars x 10 200 No
47/47
0gp - mined
Bedroom Oak Chest of Drawers
Oak Chest of Drawers
Oak planks x 2 120 No
39/87
500gp
Quest and Skill Halls Oak Staircase
Oak Staircase
Oak planks x 10, steel bars x 4 600 No
48/97
2,500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 12
  • Steel bars x 14

Notes

The oak staircase opens up the possibility of a second floor for your house. Unfortunately, it doesn't permit third or fourth floors, with the exception of the subterranean dungeon later on, so tower blocks are out. Ultimately, the four choices are: single level bungalow; single level bungalow with dungeon underneath; ground and first floor house, without a dungeon; or ground and first floor house with a dungeon underneath. At level 27, the decision is solely about the above ground aspect of your home.

The pump and tub provides a source of water in the house, handy for filling the kettle, making soft clay and cooking.

The oak drawers allow a free change of default shoes and/or hand type for any player with access to the house.

Level 28

Level 28 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--135-165-500gp
Skill Hall Suit of Armour
Mithril ArmourAdamantite ArmourRune Armour
Castle Wars Armour 1Castle Wars Armour 2Castle Wars Armour 3
Oak planks x 2, plus armour 135-165 Yes 500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 2
  • Armour (Castle Wars, mithril, adamantite or rune)

Notes

There are two hotspots for armour, one holding Castle Wars armour and the other smithed armour. The items within or between each stand cannot be mixed and matched.

For the former, the decorative helm, body and shield are all that is required. These can be bought with Castle Wars tokens, which are awarded as prizes for being on the winning side in that Activity. There are three different types, distinguished by the number of tokens used to buy them. Far more rounds of Castle Wars need to be won to buy the level 3 armour than are required for its level one counterpart.

For the latter, the builder's smithing level is important. All variations call for a full helm, platebody and plateskirt. Though these items can be bought, rather than smithed, the stand can only be created with the requisite smithing level. Mithril armour can be used with level 68 smithing; adamant armour with level 88 smithing; and rune with 99 smithing.

The armour stands have been cited as a good item for training Construction, as their experience/money ratio is very good. There is more experience gained per inventory here than with oak larders. The downside is that this method is clicking intensive and can quickly lead to the threat of a repetitive strain injury.

Level 29

Level 29 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--701-1,500gp
Kitchen Large Oven
Large Oven
Steel bars x 5 100 No
34/42
0gp - mined
Bedroom Oak Shaving Stand
Oak Shaving Stand
Oak plank x 1, molten glass x 1 61 No
37/74
250gp
Parlour Oak Bookcase
Oak Bookcase
Oak planks x 3 180 No
40/40
750gp
Quest Hall Oak Bookcase
Oak Bookcase
Oak planks x 3 180 No
40/40
250gp
Study Oak Bookcase
Oak Bookcase
Oak planks x 3 180 No
40/40
250gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Steel bars x 5
  • Oak planks x 10
  • Molten glass x 1

Notes

The oak shaving stand offers a free choice of four beard types for male players, while female players receive a free choice of five hairstyles.

Every book gained through a quest or random event will mysteriously materialize in your bookcase. This is true regardless of having destroyed the original and, in fact, any book taken off the bookshelves and lost will return intact to them. On the other hand, books not automatically appearing there cannot be stored here. Trying will simply cause you to lose your book.

In the kitchen, the large oven can be used to cook most, if not all, items.

Level 30

Level 30 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--430-12,550gp
Garden Willow Tree
Willow Tree
Bagged willow tree, watering can 100 No
45/75
10,000gp
Games Room Hoop and Stick
Hoop and Stick
Oak planks x 2 120 No
30/81
500gp
Bedroom Oak Bed
Oak Bed
Oak planks x 3, cloth x 2 210 No
34/60
2,050gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Watering can
  • Oak planks x 5
  • Bagged willow tree
  • Cloth x 2
  • 45,000gp

Notes

You can now build a Games Room for 25,000gp.

The Hoop and Stick, in the Games Room, can be used for range experience. An unlimited number of players can compete at throwing the hoop at the stick, with a scoreboard recording the results for all to see. The winner is the first to throw ten hoops successfully over the sticks. Further details are available in the Games Book in your bookcase.

You also have the option to redecorate in the Fremennik-style Wood' design, as seen, strangely enough, in Rellekka buildings. This costs 10,000gp and can be bought from an Estate Agent.

While you are there, you may wish to move your home. At this level, there is an option to move it to Rellekka for 10,000gp. This is handy for the Northern areas, including Keldagrim and Trollheim, a short walk/climb to the east. This is also closer to Seers Village than Taverley was.

You now have the Construction level to do The Great Brain Robbery quest. The rewards include 2000xp in Construction.

You also may now be listed in the hiscores, which means that you can start using the Construction Calculator to assist in your planning.

You can hire a faster servant, the Cook.

The bed cannot be slept in, however, two bedrooms with beds in them are required before the house-owner can hire a servant.

Clefter in his level 30 Construction bedroom

Level 31

Level 31 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--600-2,500gp
Dining Room Carved Oak Bench
Oak Dining Bench
Oak planks x 4 240 No
38/61
1,000gp
Dining Room Carved Oak Dining Table
Oak Dining Table
Oak planks x 6 360 No
38/72
1,500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 10 (18, if two benches)

Notes

Up to eight people can sit on the benches around the carved oak dining table. This use doesn't change, though the later dining table and benches became increasingly more elegant and expensive.

Most items can be placed upon the dining table, when not in building mode, but this abides by the same rule as dropping them on the floor. After a while, all items will disappear. Similarly, if you leave your house, the items will automatically disappear. If trying to place something on a table in a house belonging to a friend, a warning message will ask you if you are sure for this very reason, especially as a house owner could kick you out.

If the house owner has hired a servant, then this individual may be asked to serve guests. (S)he will make their way around those seated at the dining table, enquiring as to whether they wish to receive the refreshment on offer. If so, it will appear on the table in front of them.

Level 32

Level 32 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--900-4,800gp
Kitchen Oak Table
Oak Table
Oak planks x 3 180 No
52/52
750gp
Workshop Oak Workbench
Oak Workbench
Oak planks x 5 300 No
46/77
1,250gp
Combat Room Boxing Ring
Boxing Ring
Oak planks x 6, cloth x 4 420 No
41/81
2,800gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • 25,000gp
  • Oak planks x 14
  • Cloth x 4

Notes

You can now build a Combat Room for 25,000gp

An unlimited number of players can engage in boxing in the boxing ring, however they all need to strip off to their default clothing and be wielding no weapons. Even jewelry is taboo. The only required items are the boxing gloves, which are not available until the weapons rack is built at level 34 Construction.

NB This is a safe area, insofar as dying will result in the player respawning somewhere in the house with all of their belongings intact.

Most items can be placed upon the wooden table, when not in building mode, but this abides by the same rule as dropping them on the floor. After a while, all items will disappear. Similarly, if you leave your house, the items will automatically disappear. If trying to place something on a table in a house belonging to a friend, a warning message will ask you if you are sure for this very reason, especially as a house owner could kick you out.

The oak workbench allows the builder to create flatpacked items up to level 40 Construction. Furniture made in this way can be carried outside of the house and traded, though not everything can be flatpacked. As the workbench can be used without building mode being switched on, this is the location where the 'assist' system may be used. Anyone can use this workbench, as long as they have access to the house. For more information about flatpacks, see the notes at level 17.

Level 33

Level 33 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--687-2,200gp
Kitchen Cat basket
Cat Basket
Planks x 2, wool x 2 87 Yes 200gp
Kitchen Oak Larder
Oak Larder
Oak planks x 8 480 No
43/43
2,000gp
Parlour Stone Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Limestone bricks x 2 40 No
63/63
0gp - mined
Dining Room Stone Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Limestone bricks x 2 40 No
63/63
0gp - mined
Bedroom Stone Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Limestone bricks x 2 40 No
63/63
0gp - mined

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Planks x 2
  • Wool x 2
  • Oak planks x 8
  • Limestone bricks x 6

Notes

A cat taken in the house, by either the owner or a friend, can be directed to go and curl up in the cat basket. The basket itself just looks a little grander than its predecessor.

The oak larder provides an inexhaustible supply of tea, milk, eggs and flour. It is also one of the favorite items to build for gaining Construction levels, with many people citing it as the thing that they power-built until they were able to make oak dungeon doors at level 74.

By placing a log inside your stone fireplace, a tinderbox can be used to light a roaring fire.

The stone fireplace is viewed by some as one of the great ways of cheaply gaining experience in the Construction skill. Though it gives only 40xp, the limestone may be mined then shaped into bricks completely free of charge. The limestone mine is up a trackway on the road from Varrock to Pasternoster, near to the Rag and Bone Man. Once mined, use a chisel on it to create the brick.

Level 34

Level 34 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--962-4,800gp
Workshop Crafting Table 3
Crafting Table 3
Upgrade: Molten glass x 1 2 No
42/42
0gp
Kitchen Steel Range
Steel Range
Steel bars x 6 120 No
42/42
0gp - mined
Combat Room Glove Rack
Glove Rack
Oak planks x 2 120 No
44/54
500gp
Kitchen Oak Shelves 1
Oak Shelves 1
Oak planks x 3, soft clay x 6 240 No
45/67
750gp
Games Room Oak Prize Chest
Oak Prize Chest
Oak planks x 4 240 No
44/54
1,000gp
Bedroom Large Oak Bed
Large Oak Bed
Oak planks x 5, cloth x 2 240 No
40/60
2,550gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 14
  • Molten glass x 1
  • Steel bars x 6
  • Soft clay x 6
  • Cloth x 2

Notes

You now have the Construction level to do Cold War. The rewards include 1.5k Construction xp and the ability to craft a Penguin suit in your workshop.

The bed cannot be slept in, however, two bedrooms with beds in them are required before the house-owner can hire a servant.

In the kitchen, the steel range can be used to cook all food (as long as the player has the cooking level, obviously).

The oak shelves 1 provide an inexhaustible supply of kettles, teapots, cups, beer glasses, cake tins and bowls. However, the tea from them causes a temporary boost of only one Construction level again. It is a personal decision whether the addition of bowls makes up for the loss of a two level boost.

In the workshop, the previous crafting table does not need to be removed in order to upgrade it to the third version. As well as retaining the ability to make wooden horsies and cats, plus clockwork mechanisms, this crafting table allows the creation of clockwork soldiers and dolls. First create a clockwork mechanism, before right-clicking on the table. Choose the 'clockwork toys' option, then select which toy to make. Both the doll and soldier require a normal plank and a clockwork mechanism, plus level 18 Crafting. They can be wound up and set moving on the floor.

An oak prize chest can be added to the Games Room. Up to 500gp can be added to it as a prize for the winner of any of the activities in there, though this can only be competed for if the owner of the house initiates the game. The winner will receive a key which opens the chest.

In the combat room, that boxing ring can finally be used, as a glove rack can be built. It holds an inexhaustible supply of red and blue boxing gloves.

Level 35

Level 35 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,193-5,500gp
Workshop Tool Store 3
Tool Store 3
Oak planks x 2 120 No
44/55
500gp
Workshop Whetstone
Whetstone
Oak planks x 4, limestone bricks x 1 260 No
55/55
1000gp
Parlour Teak Armchair
Teak Armchair
Teak planks x 2 180 No
35/50
1000gp
Quest Hall Portrait of King Arthur
King Arthur
Portrait 211 No
55/55
1000gp
Quest Hall Portrait of Elena
Elena
Portrait 211 No
55/55
1000gp
Quest Hall Portrait of Giant Dwarf
Giant Dwarf
Portrait 211 No
55/55
1000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • 25,000gp
  • Oak planks x 6
  • Teak planks x 2 (6, if making three chairs)
  • Portrait
  • Limestone bricks x 1

Notes

You can now build a Quest Hall for 25,000gp.

The materials given are for just one teak armchair, though you have three hotspots here. If you want all three to contain teak armchairs, then pack six teak planks instead.

The teak armchairs may be sat upon. The teak decoration is purely decorative.

The tool store 3 provides an inexhaustible supply of brown aprons, glassblowing pipes and needles. It appears alongside earlier tool stores, which do not need to be removed to accommodate this.

Occasionally, during the stress of combat, arrows and staves can become bent or broken. The whetstone provides a place to fix them, as well as sharpening rusty swords.

The Falador Herald will only sell portraits if the required quest has been completed. Choose from 'The Giant Dwarf' for the Giant Dwarf portrait, 'Biohazard' for the Elena portrait or 'Merlin's Crystal' for the King Arthur portrait. Once installed in your house, they are purely decorative.

Level 36

Level 36 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--555-2,266gp
Kitchen Dragon Bitter Beer Barrel
Dragon Bitter Beer Barrel
Oak planks x 3, Dragon Bitter x 8, steel bars x 2 224 No
48/48
766gp
Skill Hall Mounted Bass
Mounted Bass
Oak planks x 2, stuffed bass 151 No
76/76
500gp
Dining Room, Combat Room, Throne Room Teak Decoration
Teak Decoration
Teak planks x 2 180 No
56/56
1,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 5
  • Teak planks x 2
  • Dragon bitter x 8
  • Steel bars x 2
  • Stuffed bass

Notes

Dragon Bitter can be bought from the pub in Yanille for 2gp each. Alternatively, with level 39 cooking, it may be brewed using four Krandorian Hops. It adds 2 points to strength, but takes 3 points from attack.

An over-sized bass is a rare and random find when fishing for ordinary bass. If you are lucky enough to find one then it can be stuffed at the taxidermist in Canifis.

Level 37

Level 37 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,098-20,800gp
Bedroom Oak Dresser
Oak Dresser
Oak planks x 2, molten glass x 1 121 No
46/74
500gp
Dining Room Bell-pull
Bell Pull
Teak plank x 1, cloth x 2 120 No
60/60
2,300gp
Games Room Magical Balance 1
Magical Balance 1
500 air runes, 500 fire runes, 500 water runes, 500 earth runes 176 No
57/77
0gp - Runecrafted
Menagerie Garden habitat Bagged plants 1, 2, 3 201 No 16,000gp
Menagerie Oak pet house Oak plank x4 240 No 1,000gp
Menagerie Oak pet feeder Oak plank x4 240 No 1,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 2
  • Teak plank x 1
  • Cloth x 2
  • Molten glass x 1
  • Air runes x 500
  • Fire runes x 500
  • Water runes x 500
  • Earth runes x 500

Notes

The bell-pull is used to summon the servant, if one has been hired. This is useful as, though the servant will always remain on the same floor as the house owner, (s)he does move around and can be sometimes difficult to locate in a large house. Its function is no different to the preceding rope bell-pull, it just looks more grand.

The oak dresser offers a free choice of eight beard types for male players, while female players receive a free choice of seven hairstyles.

In the games room, the magical balance allows for a magic-based competition between an unlimited number of players, with an automatic announcement of the winner. Different spells cause the activated orb to change color with the winner being the one to place it in balance. Further details are available in the Games Book in your bookcase.

Level 38

Level 38 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1142 (crawling hand)
1155 (cockatrice)
1174 (basilisk)
-9,000gp (crawling hand)
10,000gp (cockatrice)
12,000gp (basilisk)
Quest Hall Small Map
Small Map
Teak planks x 2, small map 211 No
58/78
2000gp
Dining Room Teak Dining Table
Teak Dining Table
Teak planks x 4 360 No
45/72
2,000gp
Dining Room Teak Dining Bench
Teak Dining Bench
Teak planks x 4 360 No
44/61
2,000gp
Skill Hall Stuffed Slayer Trophy
Crawling Hand
Teak planks x 2, stuffed crawling hand 211 No
58/78
3,000gp
Skill Hall Stuffed Slayer Trophy
Cockatrice
Teak planks x 2, stuffed cockatrice head 224 No
58/78
4000gp
Skill Hall Stuffed Slayer Trophy
Basilisk
Teak planks x 2, stuffed basilisk head 243 No
58/78
6,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Teak planks x 12 (16 if two benches)
  • Small map
  • Stuffed crawling hand, cockatrice head or basilisk head

Notes

Only one bench is made at a time, so if you wish to have teak benches on either side of your dining table, multiply the materials/xp/costs by two.

Up to eight people can sit on the benches around the teak dining table. This use doesn't change, though the later dining table and benches became increasingly more elegant and expensive.

Most items can be placed upon the dining table, when not in building mode, but this abides by the same rule as dropping them on the floor. After a while, all items will disappear. Similarly, if you leave your house, the items will automatically disappear. If trying to place something on a table in a house belonging to a friend, a warning message will ask you if you are sure for this very reason, especially as a house owner could kick you out.

If the house owner has hired a servant, then this individual may be asked to serve guests. (S)he will make their way around those seated at the dining table, enquiring as to whether they wish to receive the refreshment on offer. If so, it will appear on the table in front of them.

In the Skill Hall, a conversation can be held with a stuffed head, while the map is purely decorative.

The hand or heads are rare and random drops found when killing the Crawling Head, Cockatrice or Basilisk. This can then be taken to the taxidermist in Canifis to be stuffed, before using on this hotspot.

Level 39

Level 39 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--640-2,750gp
Bedroom Oak Wardrobe
Oak Wardrobe
Oak planks x 3 180 No
51/87
750gp
Games Room Jester
Jester
Teak planks x 4 360 No
49/59
2,000gp
Games Room Clay Attack Stone
Clay Attack Stone
Soft Clay x 10 100 No
59/79
0gp - Mined

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 3
  • Teak planks x 4
  • Soft clay x 10

Notes

The oak wardrobe allows a free change of default shoes, sleeves and/or hand type for any player with access to the house.

The attack stone is used in competitions between any number of people, who take it in turns to hit it. There is an automatic announcement of the name of the person who shatters it.

The Jester game is very similar to the mime random event. The winner is the first person to successfully copy the actions of the Jester. Further details are available in the Games Book in your bookcase.

Level 40

Level 40 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--2,545-25,850gp
Parlour Mahogany Bookcase
Mahogany Bookcase
Mahogany planks x 3 420 Yes 4,500gp
Quest Hall Mahogany Bookcase
Mahogany Bookcase
Mahogany planks x 3 420 Yes 4,500gp
Study Mahogany Bookcase
Mahogany Bookcase
Mahogany planks x 3 420 Yes 4,500gp
Parlour Opulent Curtains
Opulent Curtains
Teak planks x 3, cloth x 3 315 Yes 3,450gp
Dining Room Opulent Curtains
Opulent Curtains
Teak planks x 3, cloth x 3 315 Yes 3,450gp
Bedroom Opulent Curtains
Opulent Curtains
Teak planks x 3, cloth x 3 315 Yes 3,450gp
Study Oak Lectern
Oak Lectern
Oak planks x 2 40 No
47/67
500gp
Bedroom Teak Bed
Teak Bed
Teak planks x 3 300 No
45/60
1,500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • 80,000gp
  • Mahogany planks x 9
  • Teak planks x 12
  • Oak planks x 2
  • Cloth x 9

Notes

You can now build a Study for 50,000gp.

You also have the option to redecorate in the 'tropical wood' design, as seen in Ardougne and Karamja buildings. This costs 15,000gp and can be bought from an Estate Agent.

While you are there, you may wish to move your home. At this level, there is an option to move it to Brimhaven for 15,000gp. As well as providing access to the jungle lands, it's also a favorite with farmers. Several pineapple trees grow wild just to the south, which allows for swift supercompost harvesting.

You can hire a faster servant, the Butler.

The bed cannot be slept in, however, two bedrooms with beds in them are required before the house-owner can hire a servant.

Every book gained through a quest or random event will mysteriously materialize in your bookcase. This is true regardless of having destroyed the original and, in fact, any book taken off the bookshelves and lost will return intact to them. On the other hand, books not automatically appearing there cannot be stored here. Trying will simply cause you to lose your book.

The opulent curtains are purely decorative, though they look better quality than the preceding curtains. Using them on one window will result in all windows in that room being fitted with curtains. If a curtain hotspot exists on a connecting wall, without a window, there will appear a wooden decoration instead.

The oak lectern provides the facility to create teletabs: enchant sapphire and Varrock teleport.

Level 41

Level 41 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--2,504-359,650
Study Globe
Globe
Oak planks x 3 180 No
50/95
750gp
Skill Hall Rune Display Case 1
Rune Display Case 1
Teak planks x 2, molten glass x 2, earth rune, air rune, fire rune, water rune 190 (Con.)
25 (Rc)
Yes 1,000gp
Skill Hall Rune Display Case 2
Rune Display Case 2
Teak planks x 2, molten glass x 2, body rune, cosmic rune, chaos rune, nature rune 212 (Con.)
25 (Rc)
Yes 1,000gp
Combat Room Fencing Ring
Fencing Ring
Oak planks x 8, cloth x 6 570 No
51/81
5,900gp
Workshop Shield Easel
Shield Easel
Oak planks x 4 570 No
66/66
1,000gp
Menagerie Small Obelisk 10 blue, green, crimson, and gold charms, Spirit shard x1,000, 1 marble block 782 Yes 350,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Oak planks x 16
  • Teak planks x 2
  • Molten glass x 2
  • Cloth x 6
  • Either earth rune, air rune, fire rune and water rune; or body rune, cosmic rune, chaos rune and nature rune.

Notes

Rune case 1 requires level 41 Runecrafting, while rune case 2 requires level 44 Runecrafting. Both it and the globe are decorative.

The Fencing Ring allows players to fight with swords, but only the wooden versions available in the weapons rack. They all need to strip off to their default clothing and be wielding no weapons, but those provided in the rack. Even jewelry is taboo. NB This is a safe area, insofar as dying will result in the player respawning somewhere in the house with all of their belongings intact.

The shield easel, in the workshop, can be used to paint steel or rune full helms and kiteshields with family crest colors Anyone can do this, using your pluming stand, though it should be noted that painted items become untradeable.

Before colors can be painted, those requiring to do so first need to visit Sir Renitee, aka the herald in Falador. He will research your family history and provide the information for free, however, if you wish to belong to another family, he will change his mind for 500gp. Non-familial colors may be painted after visiting the herald under certain circumstances, for example, being skulled after a run to the Abyss will result in a skull design. Visit the Construction homepage for a full list.

Level 42

Level 42 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,383-6,000gp
Quest Hall Mounted Sword
Darklight
Teak planks x 2, Darklight 202 Yes 1,000gp
Quest Hall Mounted Sword
Silverlight
Teak planks x 2, Silverlight 187 Yes 1,000gp
Quest Hall Mounted Sword
Excalibur
Teak planks x 2, Excalibur 194 Yes 1,000gp
Kitchen Fancy Range
Fancy Range
Steel bars x 8 160 Yes 0gp - Mined
Workshop Crafting Table 4
Crafting Table 4
Upgrade: Oak planks x 2 120 Yes 500gp
Costume Room Oak Wardrobe
Oak Wardrobe
Oak planks x 4 240 No
51/96
1,000gp
Study Crystal Ball
Crystal Ball
Teak planks x 3, unpowered orb x 1 280 No
54/66
1,500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • 50,000gp
  • Teak planks x 5
  • Oak planks x 6
  • Steel bars x 8
  • Unpowered orb x 1
  • Either Silverlight, Darklight or Excalibur

Notes

You can now build a Costume Room for 50,000gp.

In the kitchen, the fancy range can be used to cook all food (as long as the player has the cooking level, obviously).

In the workshop, the previous crafting table does not need to be removed in order to upgrade it to the third version. As well as retaining the ability to make wooden horsies and cats, plus clockwork mechanisms, this crafting table adds to the soldier and doll with more clockwork toys to be crafted in the shape of mice and cats. During the 'Cold War' quest, the ability to make clockwork penguins is also available.

First create a clockwork mechanism, before right-clicking on the table. Choose the 'clockwork toys' option, then select which toy to make. As with the soldier and doll, a normal plank and a clockwork mechanism is required, with the mice requiring level 33 crafting, the cat level 85 Crafting and the penguin level 30 Crafting. The penguin also requires a piece of silk, alongside the usual materials. The mice can be chased for agility experience; while the cat will follow like a living feline, but cannot chase vermin etc.

The Study's crystal ball can be used to change elemental staffs. For example, use an air staff on it and a menu pops up with the option to change it to fire, earth or water.

In the costume room, the oak wardrobe will allow storage of one set of mage robes or armour. The exceptions are blue or black wizard robes, which cannot be hung up here.

The mounted swords are purely decorative, though are returned if there is a need to remove them.

Level 43

Level 43 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--780-6,600gp
Kitchen Teak Larder
Teak Larder
Teak planks x 8, cloth x 2 750 Yes 5,300gp
Study Alchemical Chart
Alchemical Chart
Cloth x 2 30 No
63/83
1,300gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Teak planks x 8
  • Cloth x 4

Notes

The teak larder provides an inexhaustible supply of tea, milk, eggs, flour, potatoes, garlic, onions and cheese. The downside is that its construction removes the option of building oak larders for power-leveling (unless a second kitchen is built solely for leveling, or the builder occasionally just tears down the teak larder to gain some levels before putting it back).

The alchemical chart is purely decorative.

Level 44

Level 44 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--2,355-140,000gp
Workshop Tool Store 4
Tool Store 4
Upgrade: Oak planks x 2 120 No
55/55
500gp
Study Wooden Telescope
Wooden Telescope
Oak planks x 2, molten glass x 1 121 No
64/84
500gp
Quest Hall Small Landscape
Lumbridge Landscape
Teak planks x 3, landscape of Lumbridge 314 No
65/65
3,500gp
Quest Hall Small Landscape
Khadrian Landscape
Teak planks x 3, landscape of Khadrian Desert 314 No
65/65
3,500gp
Quest Hall Small Landscape
Morytania Landscape
Teak planks x 3, landscape of Morytania 314 No
65/65
3,500gp
Games Room Teak Prize Chest
Teak Prize Chest
Teak planks x 4, gold leaf x 1 660 No
54/54
132,000gp
Combat Room Weapons Rack
Weapons Rack
Teak planks x 2 660 No
54/54
1,000gp
Costume Room Oak Fancy Dress Box
Oak Fancy Dress Box
Oak planks x 2 120 No
62/80
500gp
Dining Room Carved Teak Bench
Carved Teak Bench
Teak planks x 4 360 No
52/61
2,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Gold leaf x 1
  • Teak planks x 13
  • Oak planks x 6
  • Molten glass x 1
  • Landscape of Lumbridge, Khadrian Desert or Morytania

Notes

The oak fancy dress box allows the storage of two items from the costume box list.

The tool store 4 provides an inexhaustible supply of crafting moulds: bracelet, amulet, necklace, ring, holy symbol and tiara. It appears alongside earlier tool stores, which do not need to be removed to accommodate this.

A teak prize chest can be added to the Games Room. Up to 1,000gp can be added to it as a prize for the winner of any of the activities in there, though this can only be competed for if the owner of the house initiates the game. The winner will receive a key which opens the chest.

In the combat room, the weapons rack can be upgraded to hold an inexhaustible supply of red and blue boxing gloves, wooden swords and wooden shields.

The landscapes are purely decorative. The wooden telescope is largely ornamental, though your person does gaze into it and apparently does see stars.

Level 45

Level 45 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,562-24,850gp
Dining Room Carved Teak Dining Table
Carved Teak Dining Table
Teak planks x 6, cloth x 4 600 No
52/72
5,600gp
Bedroom Large Teak Bed
Large Teak Bed
Teak planks x 5, cloth x 2 280 No
53/60
2,500gp
Kitchen Oak Shelves 2
Oak Shelves 2
Oak planks x 3, soft clay x 2 240 No
56/67
750gp
Garden Maple Tree
Maple Tree
Bagged tree x 1, watering can 122 No
60/70
15,000gp
Chapel Oak Altar
Oak Altar
Oak planks x 4 240 No
50/75
1,000gp
Chapel Steel Torches
Steel Torches
Steel bars x 2 80 No
49/69
0gp - Mined

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Watering can
  • 50,000gp
  • Teak planks x 11
  • Oak planks x 7
  • Cloth x 6
  • Soft clay x 2
  • Steel bars x 2
  • Bagged maple tree

Notes

You can now build a Chapel for 50,000gp.

Your house dimensions may now be 6 by 6.

The oak shelves 2 provide an inexhaustible supply of kettles, teapots, cups, beer glasses, cake tins, bowls and pie dishes. The tea from them causes a temporary boost of two Construction levels again, so is much more valuable to the builder than the oak shelves 1.

Up to eight people can sit on the benches around the carved teak dining table. This use doesn't change, though the later dining table and benches became increasingly more elegant and expensive.

Most items can be placed upon the dining table, when not in building mode, but this abides by the same rule as dropping them on the floor. After a while, all items will disappear. Similarly, if you leave your house, the items will automatically disappear. If trying to place something on a table in a house belonging to a friend, a warning message will ask you if you are sure for this very reason, especially as a house owner could kick you out.

If the house owner has hired a servant, then this individual may be asked to serve guests. (S)he will make their way around those seated at the dining table, enquiring as to whether they wish to receive the refreshment on offer. If so, it will appear on the table in front of them.

The bed cannot be slept in, however, two bedrooms with beds in them are required before the house-owner can hire a servant.

The oak altar can be used to recharge prayer. Bones can be used on it for extra prayer experience than would be gained by simply burying them. Check the prayer chart for more information. At this level, the torches are purely decorative.

Level 46

Level 46 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--801-3,750gp
Bedroom Teak Dresser
Teak Dresser
Teak planks x 3, molten glass x 1 181 No
56/74
1,500gp
Costume Room Oak Armour Case
Oak Armour Case
Oak planks x 3 180 No
64/82
750gp
Workshop Steel Framed Bench
Steel Framed Bench
Upgrade: oak planks x 6, steel bars x 4 440 No
62/77
1,500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Teak planks x 3
  • Oak planks x 9
  • Molten glass x 1
  • Steel bars x 4

Notes

The steel-framed workbench allows the builder to create flatpacked items up to level 60 Construction. Furniture made in this way can be carried outside of the house and traded, though not everything can be flatpacked. As the workbench can be used without building mode being switched on, this is the location where the 'assist' system may be used. Anyone can use this workbench, as long as they have access to the house. For more information about flatpacks, see the notes at level 17.

The teak dresser offers a free choice of eight beard types and/or four hairstyles for male players, while female players receive a free choice of nine hairstyles.

The oak armour case holds two sets from those listed under 'armor case'.

Level 47

Level 47 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,688-46,125gp
Kitchen Sink
Sink
Steel bars x 15 300 Yes 0gp - Mined
Study Eagle Lectern
Eagle Lectern
Oak planks x 2 120 No
57/67
500gp
Study Demon Lectern
Demon Lectern
Oak planks x 2 120 No
57/67
500gp
Quest Hall Guild Trophy
Cape of Legends
Teak planks x 3, Legends Cape 300 Yes 2,125gp
Quest Hall Guild Trophy
Mounted Amulet of Glory
Teak planks x 3, Uncharged glory amulet 290 Yes 1,500gp
Quest Hall Guild Trophy
Anti-dragon Shield
Teak planks x 3, Anti-dragon shield 280 Yes 1,500gp
Menagerie Jungle habitat Bagged willow tree, Bucket of water x5, Bagged plant 3 x3 278 No 40,000gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Teak planks x 3
  • Oak planks x 2
  • Steel bars x 15
  • Legends cape, uncharged glory amulet or anti-dragon shield

Notes

The Eagle lectern provides the facility to create teletabs: enchant sapphire and Varrock, Falador and Lumbridge teleports. The Demon lectern provides the facility to create teletabs: enchant sapphire or emerald, Varrock teleports, and bones to bananas.

The sink provides a source of water in the house, handy for filling the kettle, making soft clay and cooking.

The Anti-dragonbreath shield and Cape of Legends are purely decorative, but the mounted Amulet of Glory will provide unlimited teleportation to Edgeville, Draynor Village, Al-Kharid and Karamja.

Wolfhe making teletabs in his study

Level 48

Level 48 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,684-7,750gp
Kitchen Chef's Delight Barrel
Chef's Delight
Oak planks x 3, Chef's Delight x 8, steel bars x 2 224 Yes 750gp
Skill Hall/Quest Hall Teak Staircase
Teak Staircase
Teak planks x 10, steel bars x 4 980 No
67/97
5,000gp
Chapel Symbol of Zamorak
Symbol of Zamorak
Oak planks x 2 120 No
59/71
500gp
Chapel Symbol of Saradomin
Symbol of Saradomin
Oak planks x 2 120 No
59/71
500gp
Chapel Symbol of Guthix
Symbol of Guthix
Oak planks x 2 120 No
59/71
500gp
Costume Room Oak Treasure Chest
Oak Treasure Chest
Oak planks x 2 120 No
66/84
500gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Teak planks x 10
  • Oak planks x 7
  • Steel bars x 6
  • Pints of Chef's Delight x 8

Notes

The Chef's Delight barrel has an unlimited supply of Chef's Delight on tap, though beer glasses filled in a player-owned house cannot be taken outside it. Use the brewing guide for instructions on how to brew ale to build this barrel; it cannot be bought from a pub, though can be potential loot from a Gourmet Impling. It raises cooking by 1-5 levels, depending upon the player's cooking level, whilst reducing attack and strength both by 1-2 levels. It also heals 10 Life Points.

The oak treasure chest holds level one Treasure Trail awards. See the full list of these under 'treasure chest'.

The symbol consecrates your chapel, dedicating it to your chosen god.

The staircase may now be upgraded to the better quality teak. However, extreme caution should be applied when removing staircases. There have been many reports of players permanently losing whole floors, including all rooms and furniture, because access to them has been temporarily removed. To be safe, always ensure that there is a secondary access, ie another staircase or ladder elsewhere in the house, before removing staircases. For further information, see the notes at level 78.

Only one teak staircase needs to be created in this hotspot. It will automatically create the staircase in the room above.

Level 49

Level 49 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,449-6,000gp
Games Room Treasure Hunt Fairy House
Treasure Hunt Fairy House
Teak planks x 8, steel bars x 4 800 No
59/59
4,000gp
Chapel Small Chapel Statue
Small Chapel Statue
Limestone bricks x 2 40 No
69/89
0gp - Mined
Chapel Shuttered Chapel Window
Shuttered Chapel Window
Planks x 8, nails x 8 228 No
69/89
800gp
Chapel Windchimes
Windchimes
Oak planks x 4, steel bars x 4, nails x 4 323 No
58/69
1,000gp
Chapel Wooden Torches
Wooden Torches
Planks x 2, Nails x 2 58 No
58/69
200gp

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • Teak planks x 8
  • Oak planks x 4
  • Planks x 10
  • Limestone bricks x 2
  • Steel bars x 4
  • Nails x 114

Notes

The Treasure Hunt game releases a fairy, who hides somewhere in your home. Each person automatically receives a stone, which can be rubbed to determine if this location is 'hot' or 'cold' in relation to her hiding place. The winner is the person who finds her. Further details are available in the Games Book in your bookcase.

At this level, the chapel torches, window shutters and statues are purely decorative. The windchimes can be played though.

Level 50

Level 50 Objects
RoomItemMaterialsXPHighest Level in This Spot?Cost
Total--1,340-8,500gp
Parlour Mahogany Armchair
Mahogany Armchair
Mahogany planks x 2 280 Yes 3,000gp
Study Ornamental Globe
Ornamental Globe
Teak planks x 3 270 No
59/95
1,500gp
Costume Room Oak Toy Box
Oak Toy Box
Oak planks x 2 120 No
68/86
500gp
Chapel Teak Altar
Teak Altar
Teak planks x 4 360 No
56/75
2,000gp
Portal Room Teak Portal
Teak Portal
Teak planks x 3, runes to direct the portal 270 No
65/80
1,500gp
Portal Room Teleport Focus
Teleport Focus
Limestone bricks x 2 40 No
65/80
0gp - Mined

Supplies

  • Saw
  • A hammer
  • 150,000gp
  • Mahogany planks x 2
  • Teak planks x 10 (plus 3 for each extra portal)
  • Limestone bricks x 2
  • Runes for portals

Notes

You can now build a Portal Chamber for 100,000gp.

The portals may be directed to one of seven locations, supplying a permanent link between your house and this destination. Clicking on the teleport focus will produce the options for directing them. The required runes are listed here. The magic level to ordinarily cast these teleport spells doesn't appear to be needed, but there are some quest limitations. The Ardougne portal is reliant upon having completed the Plague City quest; the Watchtower portal on completion of the Watchtower quest; and the Kharyll portal on finishing 'Desert Treasure'.

As each portal chamber has the capacity for only three portals, their direction requires some thought. Consideration might be given to the Varrock portal, as it is home to both the sawmill and the Grand Exchange, both sources for Construction materials. The Kharyll (Canifis) portal is also useful, both for its proximity to a bank and for the fact that it is the only teleport ordinarily only available with the ancient magic spellbook.

The teak altar can be used to recharge prayer. Bones can be used on it for extra prayer experience than would be gained by simply burying them. Check the prayer chart for more information.

The mahogany armchairs may be sat upon.

The oak toy box will hold every item from the list under 'toy box'. These are basically things gained from holiday events.

The ornamental globe is purely decorative.

You have the option to redecorate in the 'fancy stone' design, as seen in Falador buildings, and is the highest level house style possible. This costs 25,000gp and can be bought from an Estate Agent.

While you are there, you may wish to move your home. At this level, there is an option to move it to Yanille for 25,000gp. Many higher level Construction workers live in Yanille, because it affords the closest proximity to a bank of all the locations on offer. By now, houses may contain the mounted glory and portal chambers to allow access to everywhere else.

Also at level 50, you get an extra room entitlement. Your house can contain 21 rooms at this level.

You can hire a faster servant, Alathazdrar, the Demon Butler.

Merch Gwyar in her level 50 Chapel and Portal Chamber

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Published on: January 18, 2009 09:30 PM EST by Salmoneus
Updated on: August 24, 2011 11:14 PM EDT by Salmoneus