Construction

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Construction is a skill allowing you to make all sorts of things, including toys, furniture for houses, decorations, and other cool furnishings for your own Player Owned House. You are even able to train other skills in your Player Owned House, and there are a number of cool things you can do, like have parties or build a deathtrap for other player to try to complete for a prize.


The Basics

Buying Your First House

To start off, you'll want to purchase some land from a Real Estate Agent for 1,000gp. There are a few places where you can find these characters, including:

Real Estate Agents
MapCityLocation
Varrock real estate agent Varrock East of Varrock Castle.
Falador real estate agent Falador East of the furnace.
Seers' village real estate agent Seers' Village Northeast of the bank.
East ardougne real estate agent East Ardougne Northwest of the bank.

Construction guideOnce you speak to him, ask him about getting your own house, and then buy one for 1,000gp. After paying, you'll get a Construction Book, and you'll now be able to enter your house. So, head on over to Rimmington - this is where your house is located. Eventually, you'll be able to have it moved to another one of the available locations, but for now, you'll be living in the town-where-not-much-happens.

Getting to Your House

Now, just north of Rimmington you should see a glowing purple portal. This is how you can enter your newly-bought land, build your house, and visit friends!

Player Owned House Portal

When you click on it, you will see a list of all the options, similar to this:

Portal options

From here, you can...

Go to Your House - brings you to your own house. In this mode, you cannot build any furniture, and this is how other players will see your house.

Your house (regular mode)

Go to Your House (Building Mode) - brings you to your house, and allows you to build furniture, rooms, and interact with the objects that make up your RuneScape home. You can't edit your house any other way. Remember: if you've set a PIN for your bank, you'll also need to enter it when going to your house in Building Mode.

Your house (building mode)

Go to a Friend's House - type in your friend's name to enter his or her house! As long as they are in their house, not in "building mode," and they are allowing other players to enter (this is explained in just a bit), you will be able to go to their house.

Enter name

To leave a Player Owned house, either go back through the portal, or go to the house options menu and select "Leave House".

Items That You Need

These are the main items that you will use throughout your Construction career... use them with care!

Construction Items
PictureItemUseLocationCost
Bagged Plant 1 Bagged Plant, Tree or Hedge Can be planted in a Garden or Formal Garden. Bought from the Garden Supplier in Falador. 1,000 - 100,000gp
Steel Nails Bronze to Rune Nails Used with planks to build furniture. Can be smithed; Bronze-Steel nails can be bought from the Sawmill Operator. 1-5gp
Bolt of Cloth Bolt of Cloth Used to make items such as carpets and curtains. Bought from the Sawmill Operator. 650gp
Gold Leaf Gold Leaf Used to add trimming to items such as benches to make them gilded. Bought from Stonemason in Keldagrim. 130,000gp
Hammer Hammer Needs to be in your inventory when building or constructing anything. Bought in any General Store 1gp
Limestone Brick Limestone Brick Used to make objects such as Fireplaces. Can be mined, use a chisel with it; Bought from the General Store in Mort'ton or Stonemason in Keldagrim. 35gp
magic stone Magic Stone Used to make items like cages and thrones. Bought from Stonemason in Keldagrim. 975,000gp
Mahogany Plank Mahogany Plank Used to make high level furniture. Made: Bring some Mahogany Logs to the Sawmill Operator, one plank costs 1,500gp 1,500gp
Marble Block Marble Block Used to make statues and fireplaces. Bought from Stonemason in Keldagrim. 325,000gp
Oak Plank Oak Plank Used to make medium level furniture. Made: Bring some Oak Logs to the Sawmill Operator, one plank costs 250gp. 250gp
Plank Plank Used to make basic wooden furniture. Respawns: North of Barbarian Outpost; In Wilderness.
Made: Bring a set of regular Logs to the Sawmill Operator, one Plank costs 100gp.
100gp
Saw Saw Needs to be in your inventory when building or constructing anything. Bought from a Sawmill Operator; found in a Tool Store 1. 13gp
Soft Clay Soft Clay Used to make objects such as Firepits, Fireplaces and Shelves. Mine some clay, then use a bucket of water with it. -
Steel Bar Steel Bar Used to make items like Sinks and Clockworks. Can be Smithed. -
Teak Plank Teak Plank Used to make medium level furniture. Made: Bring some Teak Logs to the Sawmill Operator, one plank costs 500gp. 500gp

Teleporting to Your House

Home TeleportIf you have level 40 Magic, you can cast the Teleport to House spell to be teleported either directly to your house or outside the portal. To toggle this, open up your house menu and under "When teleporting, arrive" select either "In house" or "at portal". This spell requires 1 Law, 1 Earth, and 1 Air Rune to cast.

"House Options" Menu

In Your Player Controls menu, you will see an option called "House Options."

House Options

When you click on the menu button, you'll see a new menu, allowing you to do several things with your house:

House options

First, you have the building mode options, which allow you to toggle between building mode and regular mode. So, you can build your house in building mode, and then switch to normal mode to see what it will look like to your visitors.

Next you will have the option of where you will appear after teleporting. Select "At portal" to spawn outside of the portal, or "In house" to spawn in your house.

Lastly, you have the option of expelling your guests, which means that you can kick everyone out if you want. This is particularly useful if you're throwing a wild party while your parents are out of town, but they come home early (can you really have parents in RuneScape?)!

And finally, you have the option to leave your house.

House Access

If you don't want others in your house, it's fairly simple to keep them out. There are actually 2 ways to accomplish this:

  • By locking your portal.
  • By putting your private chat on friends, off, or by adding/deleting players from your friends list. Players on your ignore list will not be able to enter your house.

Locking Your Portal

This is pretty easy to do. While you're inside your house area, right-click on your portal and select the "Lock Portal" option. This will prevent anyone from entering your house. Later on, you can select the "Unlock Portal" option to allow people to access it again.

Lock Portal

Using Your Friends List

This is a cool feature of Player Owned Houses too. If you have your friends list set to "On," anyone can access your house. If you have it set to "Friends," only people on your list can enter your house. And if you have it set to "Off," no one can enter your house (this is just like locking your portal).

Important People

There are a few very important characters that you will probably need to visit at one point or another during your Construction career. Let's take a look at each of them.

Real Estate Agent

This is the first person you'll have to speak to before beginning to construct your house. These gentlemen can be found in several different places, and it doesn't matter which one you speak to - they all do the same things.

Real Estate Agent

1. He sells you your house, and land to start building on, for 1,000gp.

2. He has the ability to change the style of your home for a fee, depending on your Construction level:

  • Level 1 - Wooden House - 5,000gp
  • Level 10 - Stone (like Lumbridge) - 5,000gp
  • Level 20 - White Stone (like Al Kharid) - 7,500gp
  • Level 30 - Fremennik Wood (like Rellekka) - 10,000gp
  • Level 40 - Tropical Wood (like Ardougne/Karamja) - 15,000gp
  • Level 50 - Fancy Stone (like Falador) - 25,000gp

3. He can also move your house to other locations, but similar to the style changes above, this requires a specific level and some cash:

  • Level 1 - Rimmington - 5,000gp
  • Level 10 - Taverley - 5,000gp
  • Level 20 - Pollnivneach - 7,500gp
  • Level 30 - Rellekka - 10,000gp
  • Level 40 - Brimhaven - 15,000gp
  • Level 50 - Yanille - 25,000gp

Sawmill Operator

Our next stop is at the Sawmill Operator, a kind fellow. The Sawmill Operator can be found a short distance south of the Varrock Lumber Yard, which is used in the Gertrude's Cat Quest. Sawmill operator map

He will make you some Planks in exchange for some cash for each, and a set of logs. When you're first starting out, you'll probably want quite a few Planks and Nails, as well as a Hammer and Saw, although you could also smith your own nails and save some money, especially if you have the metal bars on hand.

What wood do you want converting into planks?

He also has a shop, and will sell you various basic Construction items, such as nails, a saw and cloth.

Construction Supplies
PictureItemCost
Saw Saw 13gp
Bolt of Cloth Bolt of Cloth 650gp
Bronze Nails Bronze Nails 1gp
Iron Nails Iron Nails 2gp
Steel Nails Steel Nails 3gp

Plus, he will make you some Planks if you give him some cash, and a set of logs. When you're first starting out, you'll probably want quite a few Planks and Nails, as well as a Saw, although you could also smith your own nails and save some money, especially if you have the metal bars on hand.

Stonemason

The Stonemason is a small dwarf, located in Keldagrim, south of the bar.

Keldagrim Stonemason
Stonemason location

He sells more advanced building materials, such as Limestone Bricks, Marble blocks, Gold Leaves, and Magic Stones. But believe me, the last 3 are NOT cheap! If you're just starting out, you won't need these materials for awhile, but it's always a good idea to know what you're getting yourself into.

Keldagrim Stonemason
PictureItemCost
Limestone Brick Limestone Brick 35gp
Marble Block Marble Block 325,000gp
Gold Leaf Gold Leaf 130,000gp
magic stone Magic Stone 975,000gp

Garden Supplier

The Garden Supplier can be found wandering through the Falador Park, and sells you various plants, trees and flowers to add some pizzaz to your house's surroundings.

Garden Supplier
Garden Supplier location

Bagged Plant 1She sells all sorts of bagged trees, plants and flowers to make the area around your house look... however you'd like it to. The default stocks of each item are infinite, so there are much more than enough bagged items to get you started.

Garden Centre
Bagged ItemCost
Dead Tree 1,000gp
Nice Tree 2,000gp
Oak Tree 5,000gp
Willow Tree 10,000gp
Maple Tree 15,000gp
Yew Tree 20,000gp
Magic Tree 50,000gp
Plant 1 1,000gp
Plant 2 5,000gp
Plant 3 10,000gp
Thorny Hedge 5,000gp
Nice Hedge 10,000gp
Small Box Hedge 15,000gp
Topiary Hedge 20,000gp
Fancy Hedge 25,000gp
Tall Fancy Hedge 50,000gp
Tall Box Hedge 100,000gp
Flower 5,000gp
Daffodils 10,000gp
Bluebells 15,000gp
Sunflower 5,000gp
Marigold 10,000gp
Roses 15,000gp

Herald (Sir Renitee)

This interesting old man found on the second floor of Falador Castle (eastern part) can sell you maps and portraits to mount on your wall, and he can change your crest. All of these things can be placed in your Quest Hall.

Sir Renitee

The fees for each of the things he can make are as follows:

  • Maps - 1,000gp
  • Portrait of King Arthur, Elena, King of Keldagrim, of the Miscellania Royalty - 1,000gp
  • Landscape of River Lum, Kharidian Desert, Morytania, Karamja or Isafdar - 2,000gp
  • Family Crest Assignment - 0gp
  • Family Crest Change - 5,000gp

Once you reach level 16 Construction, you will be able to get your family crest from Sir Renitee, and you will need this before being able to paint your own armor. To paint armor, you need either a Steel or Rune Full Helmet or Kite Shield. Both painted rune or Steel items will look the same, but the rune items' stats will be better. You can also paint your crest on Banners.

These items can all be made in your Workshop, on the appropriate easel (either Shield Easels or Banner Easel). For most Crests, you will need to have completed a certain quest or be a certain level in a skill to be able to use it as your own.

Crest Requirements
CrestRequirements
Arrav -
Asgarnia -
Dorgeshuun Lost Tribe Quest
Dragon Dragon Slayer Quest
Fairy Lost City Quest
Guthix 70+ Prayer
H.A.M. -
Horse Toy Horsey in Backpack
Jogre -
Kandarin -
Misthalin -
Money Costs 500,000gp
Saradomin 70+ Prayer
Skull Skulled when talking to Herald.
Varrock -
Zamorak 70+ Prayer

Taxidermist

The Taxidermist is found in Canifis, near the west entrance, and she can stuff your favorite beasts for you!

Taxidermist

Sometimes, you may be lucky enough to find a part of a dead monster (such as a head) after you kill it, and sometimes when fishing, you'll catch a much larger version of whatever you're fishing for. Just take this to your local Taxidermist, and for a certain price, she will stuff it for you.

You catch an enormous swordfish!

Then you can mount it on a wall in your Skill Hall (requires a certain level) to show off to your guests.

Stuffable Items
LevelMonsterCost
36 Big Bass 1,000gp
38 Crawling Hand 1,000gp
38 Cockatrice 2,000gp
38 Basilisk 4,000gp
56 Big Swordfish 2,500gp
58 Kurask 6,000gp
58 Abyssal Demon 12,000gp
76 Big Shark 5,000gp
78 King Black Dragon 50,000gp
78 Kalphite Queen 50,000gp

Servants

There are several Servants that you can get in RuneScape, each one providing a different service than the others. They all serve a type of food, they welcome guests into your house, and they will take items back and forth from the bank for you.

The servant guild

To get a Servant, you should head to the Servant Guild (the Ardougne Domestic Service Agency), found north of the East Ardougne Market. Just speak to the Master Servant to learn more about them, and to get a servant of your own. A few things to know before hiring a servant:

  • You must pay a fee to hire a servant, and you must also pay him or her when he or she requests a wage.
  • A servant can be fired whenever you want.
  • Your house must have 2 bedrooms, and each bedroom must contain a bed before being able to hire a servant.
  • If you want your servant to serve food, you need to have a dining room, plus the required furniture to make the food.

Rick

Level: 20
Cost: 500gp

Rick

Rick serves Shrimp to you and your guests and takes up to 6 items to and from the bank and your house.

Maid

Level: 25
Cost: 1,000gp

Maid

The Maid serves bowls of Stew and cups of Tea, and she is faster than Rick at taking items back and forth from the bank. She can take up to 10 items for you.

Cook

Level: 30
Cost: 3,000gp

Cook

The Cook serves Pineapple Pizza to you and your guests, is faster than the Maid at bringing items back and forth from the bank, and she will also take wood to the Sawmill Operator to get planks. She can take up to 16 items for you.

Butler

Level: 40
Cost: 5,000gp

Butler

The Butler serves Chocolate Cake (yummy!), is faster than the Cook at bring items back and forth from the bank, and he is also faster at getting Planks from the Sawmill. He can take up to 20 items for you.

Demon Butler

Level: 50
Cost: 10,000gp

Demon Butler

The Demon Butler serves bowls of Curry to you and your guests, and he is faster than the butler at both bringing items to and from the bank, and at getting Planks from the Sawmill. He can take up to 26 items for you.

To send your servant to the bank, simply right click on them and select "Fetch from bank". You will automatically be given the option to select from a list of Construction supplies that would help you while training or building. Select the item and the amount and the servant will go to the bank. If you are training construction, the servant will memorize your choice and the next time you select to fetch, you will automatically be given the option to select the same item and amount as you did the last time. This is very helpful while training quickly. When it is time to pay your servant, you will not need coins in your inventory. You may select an option to pay the fee from your bank. If you would like a non-construction-related item brought to the bank, simply use it on your servant.

Construction-Boosting Items

There are a number of helpful Construction items available to you as well.

Note: Stat boosting items of the same type will not stack on top of each other. For example, Evil Dave's Stew will not stack on top of the Stat Boosting tea, but will stack on top of the Crystal saw - because they are different types of Stat Boosters (drinkable and physical)

Stat-Boosting Tea

If, in your house, you take a kettle, boil it, add it to a teapot with tea leaves in it, then pour the tea into cups, you can get tea that increases your Construction level by 1-3 for a short amount of time.

  1. Use kettle with sink.
  2. Use kettle with range.
  3. Use tea leaves with teapot.
  4. Use kettle with teapot.
  5. Use teapot with cups.

Depending on what type of shelf you have set up in your kitchen, the effect will be different. A normal shelf will give a +1 bonus, Oak Shelves give +2, and Teak gives +3.

Crystal Saw

Crystal SawThe crystal saw is obtained after completing the Eyes Of Glouphrie Quest. It is used as a saw, and will provide you with a +3 bonus to Construction with furniture that is built with a saw only (provided that you have the required materials). This means that even though you have a +3 bonus, you cannot add rooms that are 3 levels ahead of your current level, and you cannot plant garden plants in your garden 3 levels ahead of yours (Gardens don't require the use of saws!)

The Saw bonus will stack with the Homemade Tea and Evil Dave's Stew of DOOM. The Crystal Saw has 28 uses, and after you make 28 pieces of furniture with it, it will revert back to its original seed form. This seed can be brought back to the Singing Bowl in Brimstail's Cave to change it into a Crystal Saw, as you did in the Eyes Of Glouphrie Quest.

Evil Dave's Stew of Doom

If you have done the Evil Dave part in Recipe For Disaster, you can make some stat boosting stew. One of the Spices will give you a construction bonus! Note that the bonus can be negative or positive (-6 minimum, +6 Maximum) and can stack with the other construction-boosting items.

Building Your House

Building Rooms

The great thing about Construction and Player Owned houses is that you can design your house any way you'd like. At first, you're limited to very basic things, such as chairs and rugs. But you'll eventually be able to build other kinds of rooms, furniture, and more interesting things to accommodate your house.

To build a room, you just right-click on one of the Door Hotspots in Building Mode and a menu such as this will appear:

Room Creation Menu

If you have the appropriate level, enough money, and haven't reached your room limit, you can build another room. As your Construction level increases, you are able to build more and more rooms in your house. Temporary increases to your Construction level will not allow you to have an extra room even for a short time.

Note: It's worth noting that gardens and formal gardens are also counted as rooms.

Room Limits
LevelNumber of Rooms
1-37 20
38-43 21
44-49 22
50-55 23
56-61 24
62-67 25
68-73 26
74-79 27
80-85 28
86-95 29
96-98 31
99 32

Each room has specific types of "Hotspots" - this is where you can build certain kinds of furniture. When you build furniture, the hotspot is "filled," so you can't build anything else there until you remove the furniture.

Different Kinds of Rooms
LevelRoomCost
1 Parlour 1,000gp
1 Garden 1,000gp
5 Kitchen 5,000gp
10 Dining Room 5,000gp
15 Workshop 10,000gp
20 Bedroom 10,000gp
25 Skill Hall 15,000gp
30 Games Room 25,000gp
32 Combat Room 25,000gp
35 Quest Hall 25,000gp
40 Study 50,000gp
42 Costume Room 50,000gp
45 Chapel 50,000gp
50 Portal Chamber 100,000gp
55 Formal Garden 75,000gp
60 Throne Room 150,000gp
65 Oubliette 150,000gp
70 Dungeon Corridor 7,500gp
70 Dungeon Junction 7,500gp
70 Dungeon Stairs 7,500gp
75 Treasure Room 250,000gp

Building Furniture

Now that you know about rooms, it's time to learn about how to build furniture.

To build some furniture, you need to enter your house in Building Mode (or switch to building mode from your options menu). If this is your first time building a house, you'll probably want to start by building chairs in your Parlour. You'll notice that while in Building Mode, that there are lots of white-ish areas on both the area around your house, as well as on the walls and floor of your house. As mentioned above, these are called hotspots, and this is where you build objects in your house:

Hot spots - those are the somewhat see-through pieces of furniture.

To build something, simply right-click on one of the hotspots (for instance, a Chair Hotspot) and select the "Build" option:

Build Chair Space

You'll see a screen of all the different items that can be built on that Hotspot.

Furniture creation menu

Items that are crossed off X can't be built (you may need a higher level, or more supplies), while yellow ones can be built. Just select an item and your character will build it. And that's all there is to it!

Building a chair

Note: Sometimes you will also bend a nail while building furniture, so you'll probably want to have some extra ones with you while building.

Later on, if you wish to remove an item from your house, just right-click on it and select the "Remove" option.

Remove chair

Flatpacks

Flatpacks are packages of furniture made on the workbench of your house. They can be constructed in building mode or normal mode. The same amount of items is needed to make the flatpack as you would normally make the furniture. You will also need a saw and hammer in your inventory. You get experience per item for building one but not for using one to build. They can be used at any level. This is a fast and efficient way of training construction.

Workbenches

Workbenches
LevelItemBuildable Furniture Levels
17 Wooden Workbench 1-20
32 Oak Workbench 1-40
46 Steel Workbench 1-60
62 Bench With Vice 1-80
77 Bench With Lathe 1-99

Armchairs

Armchairs
LevelItemMaterials
1 Crude Wooden Chair 2 planks, 2 nails
8 Wooden Chair 3 planks, 3 nails
14 Rocking Chair 3 planks, 3 nails
19 Oak Chair 2 oak planks
26 Oak Armchair 3 oak planks
35 Teak Armchair 2 teak planks
50 Mahogany Armchair 2 mahogany planks

Bookcases

Bookcases
LevelItemMaterials
4 Wooden Bookcase 4 planks, 4 nails
29 Oak Bookcase 3 oak planks
40 Mahogany Bookcase 3 mahogany planks

Beer Barrels

Beer Barrels
LevelItemMaterials
7 Beer Barrel 3 planks, 3 nails
12 Cider Barrel 3 planks, 3 nails, 8 cider
18 Asgarnian Ale Barrel 3 oak planks, 8 Asgarnian ales
26 Greenman's Ale Barrel 3 oak planks, 8 Greenman's ales
36 Dragon Bitter Barrel 3 oak planks, 2 steel bars, 8 dragon bitters
48 Chef's Delight Barrel 3 oak planks, 2 steel bars, 8 chef's delights

Kitchen Tables

Kitchen Tables
LevelItemMaterials
12 Wooden Table 3 planks, 3 nails
32 Oak Table 3 oak planks
52 Teak Table 3 teak planks

Dining Tables

Dining Tables
LevelItemMaterials
10 Wood Dining Table 4 planks, 4 nails
22 Oak Dining Table 4 oak planks
31 Carved Oak Table 6 oak planks
38 Teak Dining Table 4 teak planks
45 Carved Teak Table 6 teak planks, 4 cloth
52 Mahogany Dining Table 6 Mahogany planks
72 Opulent Dining Table 6 mahogany planks, 4 cloth, 4 gold leaves, 2 marble blocks

Dining Benches

Dining Benches
LevelItemMaterials
10 Wooden Bench 4 planks, 4 nails
22 Oak Bench 4 Oak planks
31 Carved Oak Bench 4 Oak planks
38 Teak Bench 4 Teak planks
44 Carved Teak Bench 4 Teak planks
52 Mahogany Bench 4 mahogany planks
61 Gilded Bench 4 mahogany planks, 4 gold leaves

Beds

Beds
LevelItemMaterials
20 Wooden Bench 3 planks, 3 nails, 2 cloth
30 Oak Bed 3 oak planks, 2 cloth
34 Large Oak Bed 5 oak planks, 2 cloth
40 Teak Bed 3 teak planks, 2 cloth
45 Large Teak Bed 5 teak planks, 2 cloth
53 4-Poster 5 mahogany planks, 2 cloth
60 Gilded 4-Poster 3 mahogany planks, 2 cloth, 2 gold leaves

Dressers

Dressers
LevelItemMaterials
21 Shaving Stand 1 plank, 1 nail, 1 molten glass
29 Oak Shaving Stand 1 oak plank, 1 molten glass
37 Oak Dresser 2 oak planks, 1 molten glass
46 Teak Dresser 2 teak planks, 1 molten glass
56 Fancy Teak Dresser 2 teak planks, 2 molten glass
64 Mahogany Dresser 2 mahogany planks, 1 molten glass
74 Gilded Dresser 2 mahogany planks, 2 molten glass, 1 gold leaf

Wardrobes

Wardrobes
LevelItemMaterials
20 Shoe Box 2 planks, 2 nails
27 Oak Drawers 2 oak plank
39 Oak Wardrobe 3 oak planks
51 Teak Drawers 2 teak planks
63 Teak Wardrobe 3 teak planks
75 Mahogany Wardrobe 3 mahogany planks
87 Gilded Wardrobe 3 mahogany planks, 1 gold leaf

Clocks

Clocks
LevelItemMaterials
25 Oak Clock 2 oak planks, 1 clockwork
55 Teak Clock 2 teak planks, 1 clockwork
85 Gilded Clock 2 mahogany planks, 1 clockwork, 1 gold leaf

Cape Racks

Cape Racks
LevelItemMaterials
54 Oak Cape Rack 4 oak planks
63 Teak Cape Rack 4 teak planks
72 Mahogany Cape Rack 4 mahogany planks
81 Gilded Cape Rack 4 mahogany planks, 1 gold leaf
90 Marble Cape Rack 1 marble block
99 Magical Cape Rack 1 magic stone

Magic Wardrobes

Magic Wardrobes
LevelItemMaterials
42 Oak Magic Wardrobe 4 oak planks
51 Carved Oak Magic Wardrobe 6 oak planks
60 Teak Magic Wardrobe 4 teak planks
69 Carved Teak Magic Wardrobe 6 teak planks
78 Mahogany Magic Wardrobe 4 mahogany planks
87 Gilded Magic Wardrobe 4 mahogany planks, 1 gold leaf
96 Marble Magic Wardrobe 1 marble block

Armor Cases

Armor Cases
LevelItemMaterials
46 Oak Armor Case 1 marble block
64 Teak Armor Case 3 teak planks
82 Mahogany Armor Case 3 mahogany planks

Treasure Trail Chests

Treasure Trail Chests
LevelItemMaterials
48 Oak Treasure Chest 2 oak planks
66 Teak Treasure Chest 2 teak planks
84 Mahogany Treasure Chest 2 mahogany planks

Fancy Dress Boxes

Fancy Dress Boxes
LevelItemMaterials
44 Oak Fancy Dress Box 2 oak planks
62 Teak Fancy Dress Box 2 teak planks
80 Mahogany Fancy Dress Box 2 mahogany planks

Toy Boxes

Toy Boxes
LevelItemMaterials
50 Oak Toy Box 2 oak planks
68 Teak Toy Box 2 teak planks
86 Mahogany Toy Box 2 mahogany planks

Parlours

Furniture

The Parlour is the first room that your house consists of, and basically contains 3 chairs in front of a fireplace, which you can light with a set of logs and a tinderbox. You may have bookcases for holding quest books, and you can also hang up some curtains or set down a soft rug to walk on.

Parlour Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
1 Crude Wooden Chair 2 Planks, 2 Nails 58
1 Brown Rug 2 Cloths 30
2 Torn Curtains 3 Planks, 3 Nails, 3 Cloths 132
3 Clay Fireplace 3 Soft Clay 30
4 Wooden Bookcase 4 Planks, 4 Nails 115
8 Wooden Chair 3 Planks, 3 Nails 87
13 Rug 4 Cloths 60
14 Rocking Chair 3 Planks, 3 Nails 87
18 Curtains 3 Oak Planks, 3 Cloths 225
19 Oak Chair 2 Oak Planks 120
26 Oak Armchair 3 Oak Planks 180
29 Oak Bookcase 3 Oak Planks 180
33 Stone Fireplace 2 Limestone Bricks 40
35 Teak Armchair 2 Teak Planks 180
40 Opulent Curtains 3 Teak Planks, 3 Cloths 315
40 Mahogany Bookcase 3 Mahogany Planks 420
50 Mahogany Armchair 2 Mahogany Planks 280
63 Marble Fireplace 1 Marble Block 500
65 Opulent Rug 4 Cloths, 1 Gold Leaf 360

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Curtain
  • Rug
  • Chair
  • Fireplace
  • Bookcase

Gardens

Furniture

This isn't a room, but it is a very important part of your house. first, you must have a garden because you must have a portal, and this is the only place you can have one. If you have two gardens, you can place a Dungeon Entrance in one, rather than another portal. You can also plant all sorts of trees, bushes and flowers out here to make your house look any way you'd like.

When building a garden, the entry portal will always face you, and you will always spawn northwest of it when entering your house.

Garden Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
1 Plant 1 Bagged Plant 1, 1 Watering Can 31
1 Dock Leaf 1 Bagged Plant 1, 1 Watering Can 31
1 Fern 1 Bagged Plant 1, 1 Watering Can 31
1 Short Plant 1 Bagged Short Plant, 1 Watering Can 31
5 Exit Portal 10 Iron Bars 100
5 Decorative Rock 5 Limestone Bricks 100
5 Tree 1 Bagged Tree, 1 Watering Can 31
6 Small Fern 1 Bagged Small Fern, 1 Watering Can 44
6 Thistle 1 Bagged Thistle, 1 Watering Can 70
6 Bush 1 Bagged Bush, 1 Watering Can 70
6 Large Leaf Bush 1 Large Leaf Bush, 1 Watering Can 70
10 Pond 10 Soft Clay 100
10 Nice Tree 1 Bagged Nice Tree, 1 Watering Can 41
12 Fern 1 Bagged Fern, 1 Watering Can 70
12 Reeds 1 Bagged Reeds, 1 Watering Can 100
12 Tall Plant 1 Bagged Tall Plant, 1 Watering Can 100
12 Huge Plant 1 Bagged Large Leaf Bush, 1 Watering Can 100
15 Imp Statue 5 Limestone Bricks, 5 Soft Clay 150
15 Oak Tree 1 Bagged Oak Tree, 1 Watering Can 70
30 Willow Tree 1 Bagged Willow Tree, 1 Watering Can 100
45 Maple Tree 1 Bagged Maple Tree, 1 Watering Can 122
60 Yew Tree 1 Bagged Yew Tree, 1 Watering Can 141
70 Dungeon Entrance 1 Marble Block 500
75 Magic Tree 1 Bagged Magic Tree, 1 Watering Can 223

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Tree
  • Big Tree
  • Centerpiece
  • Small Plant 1
  • Small Plant 2
  • Big Plant 1
  • Big Plant 2

Kitchens

Furniture

Kitchens contain all sorts of helpful tools to use. The stove can be used to cook on, the sink allows you to get water, and you can have a Larder which has an unlimited stock of helpful ingredients. The shelves also contain various utensils for cooking, such as cups, tins and dishes.

Kitchen Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
5 Firepit 1 Steel Bar, 2 Soft Clay 40
5 Cat Blanket 1 Cloth 15
6 Wooden Shelves 1 3 Planks, 3 Nails 87
7 Pump and Drain 5 Steel Bars 100
7 Beer Barrel 3 Planks, 3 Nails 87
9 Wooden Larder 8 Planks, 9 Nails 228
11 Firepit With Hook 2 Steel Bars, 2 Soft Clay 60
12 Wood Table 3 Planks, 3 Nails 87
12 Wooden Shelves 2 3 Planks, 3 Nails, 6 Soft Clay 147
12 Cider Barrel 3 Planks, 3 Nails, 8 Cider 91
17 Firepit With Pot 3 Steel Bar, 2 Soft Clay 80
18 Asgarnian Ale 3 Oak Plank, 8 Asgarnian Ale 184
19 Cat Basket 2 Planks, 2 Nails 71
23 Wooden Shelves 3 3 Planks, 3 Nails, 6 Soft Clay 147
24 Small Oven 4 Steel Bars 80
26 Greenman's Ale 3 Oak Plank, 8 Greenman's Ale 184
27 Pump and Tub 10 Steel Bars 200
29 Large Oven 5 Steel Bars 100
32 Oak Table 3 Oak Planks 180
33 Cat Basket 2 Planks, 2 Nails, 2 Wool 87
33 Oak Larder 8 Oak Planks 480
34 Oak Shelves 1 3 Oak Planks, 6 Soft Clay 240
34 Iron Range 6 Steel Bars 120
36 Dragon Bitter 3 Oak Plank, 8 Dragon Bitter, 2 Steel Bars 224
42 Fancy Range 8 Steel Bars 160
43 Teak Larder 8 Teak Planks, 2 Cloths 750
45 Oak Shelves 2 3 Oak Planks, 6 Soft Clay 240
47 Sink 15 Steel Bars 300
48 Chef's Delight 3 Oak Plank, 8 Chef's Delight, 2 Steel Bars 224
52 Teak Table 3 Teak Planks 270
56 Teak Shelves 1 3 Teak Planks, 6 Soft Clay 330
67 Teak Shelves 2 3 Teak Planks, 6 Soft Clay, 2 Gold Leaves 930

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Shelf
  • Sink
  • Stove
  • Larder
  • Table
  • Barrel
  • Cat Basket

Dining Rooms

Furniture

This room allows you to set up a large table for your guests to sit around, and you can call your servant with a bell-pull. The fireplace can also be lit, and the walls can be decorated.

Dining Room Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
2 Torn Curtains 3 Planks, 3 Nails, 3 Cloths 132
3 Clay Fireplace 3 Soft Clay 30
10 Wood Dining Table 4 Planks, 4 Nails 115
10 Wood Bench 4 Planks, 4 Nails 115
16 Oak Decoration 2 Oak Planks 120
18 Curtains 3 Oak Planks, 3 Cloths 225
22 Oak Table 4 Oak Planks 240
22 Oak Bench 4 Oak Planks 240
26 Rope Bell-Pull 1 Oak Plank, 1 Rope 64
31 Carved Oak Table 6 Oak Planks 360
31 Carved Oak Bench 4 Oak Planks 240
33 Stone Fireplace 2 Limestone Bricks 40
36 Teak Decoration 2 Teak Planks 180
37 Bell-Pull 1 Oak Plank, 2 Cloth 120
38 Teak Table 4 Teak Planks 360
38 Teak Dining Bench 1 Teak Plank, 2 Cloths 120
40 Opulent Curtains 3 Teak Planks, 3 Cloths 315
44 Carved Teak Bench 4 Teak Planks 360
45 Carved Teak Table 6 Teak Planks, 4 Cloths 600
52 Mahogany Table 6 Mahogany Planks 840
52 Mahogany Bench 4 Mahogany Planks 360
56 Gilded Decoration 3 Mahogany Planks, 2 Gold Leaves 1,020
60 Posh Bell-Pull 1 Teak Plank, 2 Cloths, 1 Gold Leaf 120
61 Gilded Bench 4 Mahogany Planks, 4 Gold Leaves 1,760
63 Marble Fireplace 1 Marble Blocks 500
72 Opulent Table 6 Mahogany Planks, 4 Cloths, 4 Gold Leaves, 2 Marble Blocks 3,100

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Curtain
  • Decoration
  • Table
  • Fireplace
  • Seating
  • Bellpull

Workshops

Furniture

The WorkShop is a very useful area, allowing you to make furniture that can be packed away into your backpack for selling to other players (known as Flatpacking). You then just use the flatpacked item with a hotspot to place it there.

Ever wonder if there was any use for those broken armors or bent arrows? Well, you can repair them with your Workbench! Or, you could sharpen those Rusty Swords on a Whetstone... Or, you could set up an Armour Stand and repair your degrading Barrows Armor! There's all sorts of fun to be had in the WorkShop!

WorkShop Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
15 Repair Bench 2 Oak Planks 120
15 Tool Store 1 2 Oak Planks 120
16 Crafting Table 1 4 Oak Planks 240
16 Pluming Stand 2 Oak Planks 120
17 Wooden Workbench 5 Planks, 5 Nails 143
25 Tool Store 2 2 Oak Planks
Must have Tool Store 1 already built.
120
25 Crafting Table 2 1 Molten Glass
Must have Crafting Table 1 already built.
1
32 Oak Workbench 5 Oak Planks 300
34 Crafting Table 3 2 Molten Glass
Must have Crafting Table 2 already built.
2
35 Whetstone 4 Oak Planks, 1 Limestone Brick 260
35 Tool Store 3 2 Oak Planks
Must have Tool Store 2 already built.
120
41 Shield Easel 4 Oak Planks 240
42 Crafting Table 4 2 Oak Planks
Must have Crafting Table 3 already built.
120
44 Tool Store 4 2 Oak Planks
Must have Tool Store 3 already built.
120
46 Steel-Framed Bench 6 Oak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 440
55 Armour Stand 8 Oak Planks, 1 Limestone Brick 500
55 Tool Store 5 2 Oak Planks
Must have Tool Store 4 already built.
120
62 Bench With Vice 2 Oak Planks, 1 Steel Bar
Must have Steel Framed Bench already built.
140
66 Banner Easel 8 Oak Planks, 2 Cloths 510
77 Bench With Lathe 2 Oak Planks, 1 Steel Bar
Must have Bench With Vice already built.
140

Flatpacks

A very useful feature of the Workshop is the ability to make "flatpacked" items. This allows you to carry these flatpacked items in your backpack and trade them with other players. Not all furniture can be flatpacked, however. Here's a full list:

  • Barrels
  • Beds
  • Benches
  • Bookcases
  • Chairs
  • Clocks
  • Dressers
  • Tables
  • Wardrobes

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Workbench
  • Tool
  • Repair
  • Heraldry
  • Clockmaking

Bedrooms

Furniture

Bedrooms can contain Dressers, for changing your appearance, and Wardrobes, for changing your clothes. There are a number of interesting features available to you if you build a bedroom:

  • If you have 2 bedrooms, you can hire a Servant.
  • Dressers allow you to change your hair style and color.
  • Wardrobes allow you to change your clothes and colors.
Bedroom Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
2 Brown Rug 2 Cloths 30
2 Torn Curtains 3 Planks, 3 Nails, 3 Cloths 132
3 Clay Fireplace 3 Soft Clay 30
13 Rug 4 Cloths 60
18 Curtains 3 Oak Planks, 3 Cloths 225
20 Wooden Bed 3 Planks, 3 Nails, 2 Cloths 117
20 Shoe Box 2 Planks, 2 Nails 58
21 Shaving Stand 1 Plank, 1 Nail, 1 Molten Glass 30
25 Oak Clock 2 Oak Planks, 1 Clockwork 142
27 Oak Drawers 2 Oak Planks 120
29 Oak Shaving Stand 1 Oak Plank, 1 Molten Glass 61
30 Oak Bed 3 Oak Planks, 2 Cloths 210
33 Stone Fireplace 2 Limestone Bricks 40
34 Large Oak Bed 5 Oak Planks, 2 Cloths 330
37 Oak Dresser 2 Oak Planks, 1 Molten Glass 121
39 Oak Wardrobe 3 Oak Planks 180
40 Opulent Curtains 3 Teak Planks, 3 Cloths 315
40 Teak Bed 3 Teak Planks, 2 Cloths 300
45 Large Teak Bed 5 Teak Planks, 2 Cloths 480
46 Teak Dresser 3 Teak Planks, 1 Molten Glass 181
51 Teak Drawers 2 Teak Planks 180
53 4-Poster 3 Mahogany Planks, 2 Cloths 450
55 Teak Clock 2 Teak Planks, 1 Clockwork 202
56 Fancy Teak Dresser 2 Teak Planks, 2 Molten Glass 182
60 Gilded 4-Poster 5 Mahogany Planks, 2 Cloths, 2 Gold Leaves 1,330
63 Teak Wardrobe 3 Teak Planks 270
63 Marble Fireplace 1 Marble Block 500
64 Mahogany Dresser 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Molten Glass 281
65 Opulent Rug 4 Cloths, 1 Gold Leaf 360
75 Mahogany Wardrobe 3 Mahogany Planks 420
75 Gilded Dresser 2 Mahogany Planks, 2 Molten Glass, 1 Gold Leaf 582
85 Gilded Clock 1 Mahogany Planks, 1 Clockwork, 1 Gold Leaf 602
87 Gilded Wardrobe 3 Mahogany Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 720

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Curtain
  • Rug
  • Bed
  • Dresser
  • Rug
  • Fireplace
  • Clock

Skill Halls

Furniture

The Skill Hall allows you to display some of those stuffed parts of monsters from the Taxidermist, as mentioned above. You can also display armor such as Castle Wars armor on stands. And lastly, you can build a staircase in here so that you can build another level onto your house (for a maximum of 3 floors, one floor up and another down, as well as the original floor).

Skill Hall Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
13 Rug 4 Cloths 60
27 Oak Staircase 10 Oak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 600
28 CWs Armour 1 2 Oak Planks, Red Decorative Helm, Body and Shield 135
28 CWs Armour 2 2 Oak Planks, White Decorative Helm, Body and Shield 150
28 CWs Armour 3 2 Oak Planks, Yellow Decorative Helm, Body and Shield 165
28 Mithril Armour Stand 2 Oak Planks, Mithril Helm, Body and Plateskirt 135
28 Adamant Armour Stand 2 Oak Planks, Adamant Helm, Body and Plateskirt 150
28 Rune Armour Stand 2 Oak Planks, Rune Helm, Body and Plateskirt 165
36 Mounted Bass 2 Oak Planks, 1 Stuffed Bass 151
38 Mount Crawling 2 Teak Planks, 1 Stuffed Hand 211
38 Mount Cockatrice 2 Teak Planks, 1 Stuffed Cockatrice 224
38 Mount Basilisk 2 Teak Planks, 1 Stuffed Basilisk 243
41 Rune Case 1 2 Teak Planks, 2 Molten Glass, Earth, Air, Water and Fire Runes 190
41 Rune Case 2 2 Teak Planks, 2 Molten Glass, Body, Cosmic, Chaos and Nature Runes 212
48 Teak Staircase 10 Teak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 980
56 Mounted Swordfish 2 Teak Planks, 1 Stuffed Swordfish 230
58 Mount Kurask 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Stuffed Kurask 357
58 Mount Abyssal 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Stuffed Abyssal 389
65 Opulent Rug 4 Cloths, 1 Gold Leaf 360
67 Spiral Staircase 10 Teak Planks, 7 Limestone Bricks 1,040
76 Mounted Shark 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Stuffed Shark 350
78 Mount KBD 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Stuffed KBD, 2 Gold Leaves 1,103
78 Mount KQ 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Stuffed KQ, 2 Gold Leaves 1,103
82 Marble Staircase 5 Mahogany Planks, 5 Marble Blocks 3,200
97 Marble Spiral 10 Teak Planks, 7 Marble Blocks 4,400

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Staircase or Rug
  • Armor
  • Head Trophy
  • Fishing Trophy
  • Rune Case

Tip: Building Stairs

Unlike the other rooms, you will not see a ghostly outline of the contents of this room as you start to build it. There is also no scope for rotating it before confirming its purchase. For those who wish their stairs to be positioned in a certain way, this can end up being an extremely costly room, as builders are forced to rip it out again and try again from another spot.

However, there is a rule governing its positioning. From whichever doorway you stand to create it, the stairs will rise towards you and above your head. Therefore, if you plan to enter a certain doorway and carry straight on up your staircase, build it from the exact opposite doorway and it will be where you want it to be.

Building stairs in a skill hall

In this picture, the stairs were created from the door hotspot in which the player is standing. Once one room is positioned correctly (Skill or Quest Hall), then the room above will automatically arrange itself to match its positioning.

Until you reach the level of spiral staircases, only one set of stairs needs to be built (for example, the stairs built on the lower floor will provide access to and from the floor above). However, with spiral staircases, each room needs its own section to be built. With this in mind, when building oak or teak staircases, gather the materials for only one. When building spiral staircases upwards, multiply the materials by however many floors you have.

Games Rooms

Furniture

This room contains all sorts of games for you and your friends to play!

  • Hoop and Stick - a Ranged game in which each player has 10 shots, and the player with the highest score wins.
  • Magic Balance - when the game starts, everyone who wants to play must cast a spell on the sphere. Depending on the color, you must cast the opposite spell on it to balance it out. Red=Fire, Blue=Water, Brown=Earth, White=Air.
  • Attacks Stones - 2 stones are set up, and 2 players attack them. The first one to destroy their stone wins.
  • Jester - Much like the Mime Random Event - whoever copies 10 emotes correctly is the winner!
  • Treasure Hunt - everyone in the game is given a Magic Stone by a Fairy, and then she hides. You must find her by feeling the stone. If it's colder, she's far away, and if it's warmer, she's closer.
  • Darts - Another Ranging game in which the players throw darts at a board. The first one to 10 points wins.
  • Hangman - You must find a word that has to do with RuneScape that fits with the puzzle by guessing letters. If you guess incorrectly too many times, the puppet is hung. You can also guess the word.
  • Archery Target - The third archery game, in which players shoot arrows at a target, and the first one to 10 points wins.
Games Room Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
30 Hoop and Stick 2 Oak Planks 120
34 Oak Prize Chest 4 Oak Planks 240
37 Magic Balance 1 500 Air, Water, Earth and Fire Runes 176
39 Clay Attack Stone 10 Soft Clay 100
39 Jester 4 Teak Planks 360
44 Teak Prize Chest 4 Teak Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 660
49 Treasure Hunt 8 Teak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 800
54 Mahogany Prize Chest 4 Mahogany Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 860
54 Dartboard 3 Teak Planks, 1 Steel Bar 290
57 Magic Balance 2 1,000 Air, Water, Earth and Fire Runes 252
59 Attack Stone 10 Limestone Bricks 200
59 Hangman 12 Teak Planks, 6 Steel Bars 1,200
77 Magic Balance 3 2,000 Air, Water, Earth and Fire Runes 356
79 Marble Attack Stone 4 Marble Blocks 2,000
81 Archery Target 6 Teak Planks, 3 Steel Bars 600

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Game
  • Balance
  • Stone
  • Storage
  • Ranging Game

Combat Rooms

Furniture

In this room, you can fight with your guests in a ring.

  • Boxing Ring - requires a Glove Rack and 2 players. Enter the ring wearing just Boxing Gloves, and the last player standing is the winner.
  • Fencing Ring - requires a Weapons Rack and 2 players. Enter the ring with only a weapon equipped, and you'll be able to fight your opponent.
  • Combat Ring - only requires 2 players. You can fight with any weapons or armor of your choice.
  • Pedestals - requires 2 players, and a form of ranged attack (either magic or ranging). Each player stands on a pedestal and attacks their opponent from a distance.
  • Balance Beam - requires 2 players, and a Pugel Stick (from an Extra Weapons Rack). Both players stand on the beam and hit each other with the sticks.
Combat Room Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
16 Oak Decoration 2 Oak Planks 120
32 Boxing Ring 6 Oak Planks, 4 Cloths 420
34 Glove Rack 2 Oak Planks 120
36 Teak Decoration 2 Teak Planks 180
41 Fencing Ring 8 Oak Planks, 6 Cloths 570
44 Weapons Rack 2 Teak Planks 180
51 Combat Ring 6 Teak Planks, 6 Cloths 630
54 Extra Weapons Rack 4 Teak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 440
56 Gilded Decoration 3 Mahogany Planks, 2 Gold Leaves 1,020
71 Ranging Pedestals 8 Teak Planks 720
81 Balance Beam 10 Teak Planks, 5 Steel Bars 1,000

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Decoration
  • Combat Ring
  • Storage

Quest Halls

Furniture

This is where you can place your portraits, landscapes and other various quest achievements from the Herald. You can mount items like a Glory Amulet, allowing you infinite teleports. And you can also put some stairs in here. You can also build stairs in this room, much like the Skills Hall.

Quest Hall Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
4 Wooden Bookcase 4 Planks, 4 Nails 115
13 Rug 4 Cloths 60
27 Oak Staircase 10 Oak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 600
29 Oak Bookcase 3 Oak Planks 180
35 King Arthur 2 Teak Planks, 1 Portrait of King Arthur 211
35 Elena 2 Teak Planks, 1 Portrait of Elena 211
35 Giant Dwarf 2 Teak Planks, 1 Portrait of Dwarf 211
38 Small Map 2 Teak Planks, 1 Small Map 211
40 Mahogany Bookcase 3 Mahogany Planks 420
42 Silverlight 2 Teak Planks, Silverlight 187
42 Excalibur 2 Teak Planks, Excalibur 194
42 Darklight 2 Teak Planks, Darklight 202
44 Lumbridge 3 Teak Planks, 1 Painting of Lumbridge 314
44 Kharidian Desert 3 Teak Planks, 1 Painting of the Desert 314
44 Morytania 3 Teak Planks, 1 Painting of Morytania 314
47 Anti-Dragon Shield 3 Teak Planks, 1 Anti-Dragon Shield 280
47 Amulet of Glory 3 Teak Planks, 1 Glory Amulet 290
47 Legends Cape 3 Teak Planks, 1 Legends Cape 300
48 Teak Staircase 10 Teak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 980
55 Miscellanians 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Portrait of Miscellanians 311
58 Medium Map 3 Mahogany Planks, 1 Medium Map 451
65 Opulent Rug 4 Cloths, 1 Gold Leaf 360
65 Karamja 3 Mahogany Planks, 1 Painting of Karamja 464
65 Isafdar 3 Mahogany Planks, 1 Painting of Isafdar 464
67 Spiral Staircase 10 Teak Planks, 7 Limestone Bricks 1,040
78 Large Map 3 Mahogany Planks, 1 Large Map 591
82 Marble Staircase 5 Mahogany Planks, 5 Marble Blocks 3,200
97 Marble Spiral 10 Teak Planks, 7 Marble Blocks 4,400

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Stairs or Rug
  • Portait
  • Landscape
  • Bookcase
  • Guild Trophy
  • Sword
  • Map

Studies

Furniture

This is a great place for those magical RuneScapers out there. You can set up a Crystal Ball to change the element of a staff (an Air staff to a Water staff, for example). Or you could have a Lectern which allows you to craft spells. Sounds odd, no? Crafting a spell simply means that you make a magic stone which you can sell to other players so they can use the spell even if they're not a high enough level.

Study Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
4 Wooden Bookcase 4 Planks, 4 Nails 115
29 Oak Bookcase 3 Oak Planks 180
40 Mahogany Bookcase 3 Mahogany Planks 420
40 Oak Lectern 2 Oak Planks 60
41 Globe 3 Oak Planks 180
42 Crystal Ball 3 Teak Planks, 1 Unpowered Orb 280
43 Alchemical Chart 2 Cloths 30
44 Wooden Telescope 2 Oak Planks, 1 Molten Glass 121
47 Eagle Lectern 2 Oak Planks 120
47 Demon Lectern 2 Oak Planks 120
50 Ornamental Globe 3 Teak Planks 270
54 Elemental Sphere 3 Teak Planks, 1 Unpowered Orb, 1 Gold Leaf 580
57 Teak Eagle Lectern 2 Teak Planks 180
57 Teak Demon Lectern 2 Teak Planks 180
59 Lunar Globe 3 Teak Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 570
63 Astronomical Chart 3 Cloths 45
64 Teak Telescope 2 Teak Planks, 1 Molten Glass 181
66 Crystal of Power 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Unpowered Orb, 2 Gold Leaves 890
67 Mahogany Eagle Lectern 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 580
67 Mahogany Demon Lectern 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 580
68 Celestial Globe 3 Teak Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 570
77 Armillary Sphere 2 Mahogany Planks, 2 Gold Leaves, 2 Steel Bars 960
83 Infernal Chart 4 Cloths 60
84 Mahogany Telescope 2 Mahogany Planks, 1 Molten Glass 580
86 Small Orrery 3 Mahogany Planks, 3 Gold Leaves 1,320
95 Large Orrery 3 Mahogany Planks, 2 Marble Blocks 1,420

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Bookcase
  • Wall Chart
  • Lectern
  • Globe
  • Crystal Ball
  • Telescope

Menageries

The Menagerie is an outdoor room space that you can build at level 37 Construction. It serves as a place for you to keep your Summoning pets and also to recharge your Summoning points with an Obelisk built into the designated hotspot. You can add a habitat to change the style. It costs 30,000gp to build.

Pet houses and feeders require you to update the previous item. That means you will need to progressively build up from the lowest items until you've reached your desired type of house or feeder. You may only store a pet if it is fully grown. You can only have one of these in your house, but it is movable. When you try to build a second Menagerie, you will be given the option to move the first one.

Any type of pet except Pet Rocks, Fish, and Clockwork cats can be kept here. The pet feeder will automatically feed the hungry pets around your house, however hungry pets in your inventory will require you to click on the feeder and select "Feed". The pet must be in your inventory, it will not feed any pet following you as a familiar. You will not be able to talk to any wandering pets except for the Ex-Ex-parrot.

The Oak pet feeder and pet house both can serve a maximum of three stored pets.
The Teak pet feeder and pet house both can serve a maximum of six stored pets.
The Mahogany pet feeder and pet house, as well as the consecrated, desecrated, and natural pet houses, can all serve a maximum of ten stored pets.

Furniture

Menagerie Items
LevelItemSuppliesExperience
37 Garden habitat Bagged plant 1, bagged plant 2, bagged plant 3 201
37 Oak pet feeder 4 Oak planks 260
37 Oak pet house 4 Oak planks 260
41 Mini Obelisk 1 Marble block, 1,000 spirit shards, 10 gold, green, blue, and crimson charms 782
47 Jungle habitat Bagged willow tree, 5 buckets of water, 3 bagged plant 3 278
52 Teak pet feeder 4 Teak planks 380
52 Teak pet house 4 Teak planks 380
57 Desert habitat 10 Buckets of sand, 5 Limestone bricks, 1 bagged cactus 238
67 Polar habitat 1 Bagged evergreen, 1,000 air runes, 1,000 water runes 373
67 Mahogany pet house 4 Mahogany planks 580
67 Mahogany pet feeder 1 Gold leaf, 4 Mahogany planks 880
77 Volcanic habitat 1 Bagged dead tree, 100 Lava runes, 5 Stone slabs 77
92 Consecrated pet house 4 Mahogany planks, 1 magic stone 1,580
92 Desecrated pet house 4 Mahogany planks, 1 magic stone 1,580
92 Natural pet house 4 Mahogany planks, 1 magic stone 1,580

Hotspots

  • Habitat-Sets a scenic environment for your habitat.
  • Pet house-A place to store your pets, up to 10 pets with the highest leveled upgrade.
  • Pet feeder-Click on this and any hungry pet in your inventory will be fed.
  • Obelisk-Recharges your summoning points.

Costume Rooms

Once you achieve level 42 Construction, you have the ability to add a Costume Room to your house. As the name implies, this room allows you to store the various outfits that you may have picked up during your travels, including Treasure Trail items, Activity armor, quest equipment sets, and Capes of Achievement, along with a number of other items.

Items You Can Put in Here

Cape Rack:

Stores all capes, except for regular and Fremennik ones.

Magic Wardrobe:

Stores all wizard and mage armors, except for blue and black Wizard Robes.

Armor Case:

  • Any 1 color of Castle Wars Armor
  • Void Knight Armor
  • Rogue Armor
  • All 3 kinds of Broodoo Masks
  • Rockshell Armor
  • Spined Armor
  • White Armor
  • Temple Knight Initiate Armor
  • Temple Knight Proselyte Armor

Treasure Chest:

  • Straw Boaters
  • Herald Kite Shields
  • Trimmed and Gold Trimmed Studded Leather, Dragonhides, Wizard Robes, and Black-Rune Armor
  • Enchanted Robes
  • Ranger Boots and Robin Hood Hat
  • Highwayman Mask
  • Berets
  • Cavaliers
  • Headbands
  • Pirate Hats
  • All God Armors
  • Gilded Rune Armor

Costume Box:

  • Mime outfit
  • Frog Prince and Princess outfit
  • Frog Mask
  • Gravedigger Zombie costume
  • Holiday Outfits
  • Drill Demon Camo costume
  • Freaky Forester Lederhosen costume
  • Shade Robes

Toy Box:

  • Scythe
  • Bunny Ears
  • Yo-Yo
  • Rubber Chicken
  • Zombie Head
  • Christmas Hats, Scarves and Marionettes
  • Easter Ring

Furniture

Costume Room Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
42 Oak Wardrobe 4 Oak Planks 240
44 Oak Costume Box 2 Oak Planks 120
46 Oak Armor Case 3 Oak Planks 180
48 Oak Treasure Chest 2 Oak Planks 120
50 Oak Toy Box 2 Oak Planks 120
51 Carved Oak Wardrobe 6 Oak Planks 360
54 Oak Cape Rack 4 Oak Planks 240
60 Teak Wardrobe 4 Teak Planks 360
62 Teak Costume Box 2 Teak Planks 180
63 Teak Cape Rack 4 Teak Planks 360
64 Teak Armor Case 3 Teak Planks 270
66 Teak Treasure Chest 2 Teak Planks 180
68 Teak Toy Box 2 Teak Planks 180
69 Carved Teak Wardrobe 6 Teak Planks 500
72 Mahogany Cape Rack 4 Mahogany Planks 560
78 Mahogany Wardrobe 4 Mahogany Planks 540
80 Mahogany Costume Box 2 Mahogany Planks 280
81 Gilded Cape Rack 4 Mahogany Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 860
82 Mahogany Armor Case 3 Mahogany Planks 420
84 Mahogany Treasure Chest 2 Mahogany Planks 280
86 Mahogany Toy Box 2 Mahogany Planks 280
87 Gilded Wardrobe 4 Oak Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 860
90 Marble Cape Rack 1 Marble Block 500
96 Marble Wardrobe 1 Marble Block 500
99 Magical Cape Rack 1 Magic Stone 1,000

Hotspots

  • Cape Rack
  • Magic Wardrobe
  • Armor Case
  • Treasure Chest
  • Costume Box
  • Toy Box

Chapels

Furniture

Here, you can set up altars to pray at, and you can also use bones with them to earn more Prayer experience.

Chapel Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
2 Brown Rug 2 Cloths 30
13 Rug 4 Cloths 60
45 Oak Altar 4 Oak Planks 240
45 Steel Torches 2 Steel Bars 80
48 Saradomin Symbol 2 Oak Planks 120
48 Zamorak Symbol 2 Oak Planks 120
48 Guthix Symbol 2 Oak Planks 120
49 Wooden Torches 2 Planks, 2 Nails 58
49 Windchimes 4 Oak Planks, 4 Nails (any type), 4 Steel Bars 323
49 Small Statues 2 Limestone Bricks 40
49 Shuttered Window 8 Planks, 8 Nails 228
50 Teak Altar 4 Teak Planks 360
53 Steel Candlesticks 6 Steel Bars, 6 Candlesticks 124
56 Cloth-Covered Altar 4 Teak Planks, 2 Cloths 390
57 Gold Candlesticks 6 Gold Bars, 6 Candles 46
58 Bells 4 Teak Planks, 6 Steel Bars 480
59 Saradomin Icon 4 Teak Planks, 2 Gold Leaves 960
59 Zamorak Icon 4 Teak Planks, 2 Gold Leaves 960
59 Guthix Icon 4 Teak Planks, 2 Gold Leaves 960
60 Mahogany Altar 4 Mahogany Planks, 2 Cloths 590
61 Incense Burners 4 Oak Planks, 2 Steel Bars 280
64 Limestone Altar 6 Mahogany Planks, 2 Cloths, 2 Limestone Bricks 910
65 Mahogany Burners 4 Mahogany Planks, 2 Steel Bars 600
65 Opulent Rug 4 Cloths, 1 Gold Leaf 360
69 Marble Burners 2 Marble Blocks, 2 Steel Bars 1600
69 Organ 4 Mahogany Planks, 6 Steel Bars 680
69 Medium Statues 1 Marble Blocks 500
69 Decorative Window 8 Molten Glass 4
70 Marble Altar 2 Marble Blocks, 2 Cloths 1,030
71 Icon of Bob 4 Mahogany Planks, 2 Gold Leaves 1,160
75 Gilded Altar 2 Marble Blocks, 2 Cloths, 4 Gold Leaves 2,230
89 Large Statues 3 Marble Blocks 1,500
89 Stained Glass 16 Molten Glass 5

Hotspots

  • Room
  • Rug
  • Window
  • Altar
  • Statue
  • Lamp
  • Icon
  • Musical

The Altars

The below chart provides you the bonus percentage of prayer experience you will receive if you offer bones on your altar. If you light your torches in your altar room, and use bones on your altar, you will receive a greater percentage of experience depending on the number of lit burners. Note that, the better your burners, the higher your experience percentage bonus will be.

Prayer Experience Bonuses
AltarBonus Experience (No Burners)Bonus Experience (1 Burner)Bonus Experience (2 Burners)
Oak Normal 150% 200%
Teak 110% 160% 210%
Cloth 125% 175% 225%
Mahogany 150% 200% 250%
Limestone 175% 225% 275%
Marble 200% 250% 300%
Gilded 250% 300% 350%

Please note that the experience above is based on having the best burners lit. If you have burners of a lower level lit, you will receive less experience.

Portal Chambers

Furniture

You can set up teleports to other places in RuneScape from here - Particularly useful if you're always trying to get somewhere in a hurry!

After completion of the easy Varrock Tasks and setting your Varrock Teleport location to the Grand Exchange, your portal will also lead there.

Portal Chamber Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
50 Teak Portal 3 Teak Planks 270
50 Teleport Focus 2 Limestone Bricks 40
65 Mahogany Portal 3 Mahogany Planks 420
65 Greater Focus 1 Marble block 500
80 Marble Portal 3 Marble Blocks 1,500
80 Scrying Pool 4 Marble Blocks 2,000

Hotspots

  • Portal
  • Centerpiece

Portals

The main benefit of having your own portal is that you can you will have an infinite number of teleports, and anyone else can use it. In order to build a portal, you need a Teleport Focus, and a Portal Frame. Then it must be activated, which requires you to have a certain Magic level, 100 times as many Runes as a regular teleport cast would cost, and sometimes a quest requirement.

Portal Locations & Requirements
LocationRequirementsRunes
Varrock Level 25 Magic 100 Law, 300 Air, 100 Fire
Lumbridge Level 31 Magic 100 Law, 300 Air, 100 Earth
Falador Level 37 Magic 100 Law, 300 Air, 100 Water
Camelot Level 45 Magic 100 Law, 500 Air
Ardougne Level 51 Magic
Plague City Quest
200 Law, 200 Water
Watchtower Level 58 Magic
Watchtower Quest
200 Law, 200 Earth
Canifis Level 66 Magic
Desert Treasure Quest
200 Law, 100 Blood

If you have a Scrying Pool, you can "focus" portals and view the destination from your own house.

Formal Gardens

Formal Garden Items

This type of garden is fancier than the regular garden. You can build fences, plant trees and plants, and even set up a Dungeon Entrance if you have multiple gardens.

Similar to building a regular Garden, the entry portal will always face you, and you will always spawn northwest of it when entering your house.

Formal Garden Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
1 Exit Portal 10 Iron Bars 100
55 Boundary Stones 10 Soft Clay 100
56 Thorny Hedge Bagged Thorny Hedge, Watering Can 70
59 Wooden Fence 6 Planks 280
60 Nice Hedge Bagged Nice Hedge, Watering Can 100
63 Stone Wall 10 Limestone Bricks 200
64 Small Box Hedge Bagged Small Box Hedge, Watering Can 122
65 Gazebo 8 Mahogany Planks, 4 Steel Bars 1,200
66 Sunflower Bagged Sunflower, Watering Can 70
66 Rosemary Bagged Rosemary, Watering Can 70
67 Iron Railings 10 Iron Bars, 5 Limestone Bricks 220
68 Topiary Hedge Bagged Topiary Hedge, Watering Can 141
70 Dungeon Entrance 1 Marble Block 500
71 Small Fountain 1 Marble Block 500
71 Marigold Bagged Marigold, Watering Can 100
71 Daffodil Bagged Daffodil, Watering Can 100
71 Picket Fence 10 Oak Planks, 2 Steel Bars 640
72 Fancy Hedge Bagged Fancy Hedge, Watering Can 158
75 Large Fountain 2 Marble Blocks 1,000
75 Garden Fence 10 Teak Planks, 2 Steel Bars 940
76 Roses Bagged Roses, Watering Can 122
76 Bluebell Bagged Bluebell, Watering Can 122
76 Tall Fancy Hedge Bagged Tall Fancy, Watering Can 223
79 Marble Wall 8 Marble Blocks 4,000
80 Tall Box Hedge Bagged Tall Box Hedge, Watering Can 316
81 Posh Fountain 3 Marble Blocks 1,500

Hotspots

  • Door
  • Fencing
  • Hedging
  • Centerpiece
  • Small Plant or Big Plant
  • Small Plant 2 or Big Plant 2

Throne Rooms

Furniture

Here, you can set up a throne to sit at and rule your castle... err... house. You can set up traps to "get rid of" your enemies, along with a lever to activate the traps.

Throne Room Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
16 Oak Decoration 2 Oak Planks 120
36 Teak Decoration 2 Teak Planks 180
44 Carved Teak Bench 4 Teak Planks 360
52 Mahogany Bench 4 Mahogany Planks 560
56 Gilded Decoration 3 Mahogany Planks, 2 Gold Leaves 1,020
60 Oak Throne 5 Oak Planks, 1 Marble Block 800
61 Floor Decoration 5 Mahogany Planks 700
61 Gilded Bench 4 Mahogany Planks, 4 Gold Leaves 1,760
66 Round Shield 2 Oak Planks 120
67 Teak Throne 5 Teak Planks, 2 Marble Blocks 1,450
68 Steel Cage 5 Mahogany Planks, 20 Steel Bars 1,100
68 Trapdoor 5 Oak Planks 300
68 Oak Lever 5 Oak Planks 300
74 Trapdoor 5 Mahogany Planks, 10 Clockworks 770
74 Mahogany Throne 5 Mahogany Planks, 3 Marble Blocks 2,200
76 Square Shield 4 Teak Planks 360
78 Trapdoor 5 Teak Planks 450
78 Trapdoor 5 Teak Planks 450
78 Teak Lever 5 Teak Planks 450
81 Gilded Throne 5 Oak Planks, 5 Gold Leaves 1,800
82 Lesser Magic Cage 5 Mahogany Planks, 2 Magic Stones 2,700
86 Kite Shield 3 Mahogany Planks 420
88 Skeleton Throne 5 Magic Stones, 4 Marble Blocks, 5 Bones, 2 Skulls 7,003
88 Trapdoor 5 Mahogany Planks 700
88 Mahogany Lever 5 Mahogany Planks 700
89 Greater Magic Cage 5 Mahogany Planks, 4 Magic Stones 4,700
95 Crystal Throne 15 Magic Stones 15,000
99 Demonic Throne 25 Magic Stones 25,000

Hotspots

  • Door
  • Decoration
  • Throne
  • Lever
  • Floor
  • Trapdoor
  • Seating

Oubliettes

Furniture

If someone falls through a trap (or gets teleported) while an Oubliette has been built under it, they will have to face whatever treacheries await them in your Oubliette.

Oubliette Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
65 Spikes 20 Steel Bars, 50,000gp 623
65 Oak Cage 10 Oak Planks, 2 Steel Bars 640
68 Oak Ladder 5 Oak Planks 300
70 Oak & Steel Cage 10 Oak Planks, 10 Steel Bars 800
70 Skeleton Guard 50,000gp 223
71 Tentacle Pool 20 Water, 100,000gp 326
72 Decorative Blood 4 Red Dye 4
72 Candles 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Candles 243
74 Guard Dog 75,000gp 273
75 Steel Cage 20 Steel Bars 400
77 Flame Pit 20 Tinderboxes, 125,000gp 357
78 Hobgoblin Guard 100,000gp 316
78 Teak Ladder 5 Teak Planks 450
80 Spiked Cage 25 Steel Bars 500
82 Baby Red Dragon 150,000gp 387
83 Rocnar 150,000gp 387
84 Decorative Pipe 6 Steel Bars 120
84 Torches 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Torches 244
85 Bone Cage 10 Oak Planks, 10 Bones 603
86 Huge Spider 200,000gp 447
88 Mahogany Ladder 5 Mahogany Planks 700
90 Troll Guard 1,000,000gp 1,000
94 Hellhound 5,000,000gp 2,236
94 Hanging Skeleton 2 Skulls, 6 Bones 3
94 Skull Torches 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Torches, 4 Skulls 246

Hotspots

  • Door
  • Decoration
  • Lighting
  • Ladder
  • Floor
  • Prison
  • Guard

Dungeon Rooms

Furniture

You can build corridors, junctions and stairs in a dungeon. Typically, a reward room is placed somewhere in a dungeon.

Dungeon Room Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
13 Rug 4 Cloths 60
27 Oak Staircase 10 Oak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 600
48 Teak Staircase 10 Teak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 980
65 Opulent Rug 4 Cloths, 1 Gold Leaf 360
67 Spiral Staircase 10 Teak Planks, 7 Limestone Bricks 1,040
70 Skeleton Guard 50,000gp 223
72 Spike Trap 50,00gp 223
72 Decorative Blood 4 Red Dye 4
72 Candles 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Candles 243
74 Guard Dog 75,000gp 273
74 Oak Door 10 Oak Planks 600
76 Man Trap 75,000gp 273
78 Hobgoblin Guard 100,000gp 316
80 Tangle Vine 100,000gp 316
82 Baby Red Dragon 150,000gp 387
82 Marble Staircase 5 Mahogany Planks, 5 Marble Blocks 3,200
83 Decorative Pipe 6 Steel Bars 120
84 Marble Trap 150,000gp 387
84 Torches 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Torches 244
84 Steel-Plated Door 10 Oak Planks, 10 Steel Bars 800
86 Huge Spider 200,000gp 447
88 Teleport Trap 200,000gp 447
90 Troll Guard 1,000,000gp 1,000
94 Hellhound 5,000,000gp 2,236
94 Hanging Skeleton 2 Skulls, 6 Bones 3
94 Skull Torches 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Torches, 4 Skulls 246
94 Marble Door 4 Marble Blocks 2,000
97 Marble Spiral 10 Teak Planks, 7 Marble Blocks 4,400

Hotspots

  • Door
  • Doorway
  • Decoration
  • Lighting
  • Trap
  • Guard

Treasure Rooms

Furniture

When in challenge mode, a player can reach this room. You need to set up a monster to defend your loot, and if the player defeats it, they get a reward!

Treasure Room Items
LevelItemSuppliesConstruction Experience
66 Round Shield 2 Oak Planks 120
72 Decorative Blood 4 Red Dye 4
72 Candles 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Candles 243
72 Oak Door 10 Oak Planks 600
75 Demon 500,000gp 707
76 Square Shield 4 Teak Planks 360
75 Wooden Crate 5 Planks, 5 Nails 143
79 Oak Chest 5 Oak Planks, 2 Steel Bars 340
80 Kalphite Soldier 750,000gp 866
83 Teak Chest 5 Teak Planks, 4 Steel Bars 530
83 Decorative Pipe 6 Steel Bars 120
84 Torches 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Torches 244
84 Steel-Plated Door 10 Oak Planks, 10 Steel Bars 800
85 Tok-xil 5,000,000gp 2,236
86 Kite Shield 3 Mahogany Planks 420
87 Mahogany Chest 5 Mahogany Planks, 1 Gold Leaf 1,000
90 Dagannoth 7,500,000gp 2,738
91 Magic Chest 1 Magic Stone 1,000
94 Hanging Skeleton 2 Skulls, 6 Bones 3
94 Skull Torches 4 Oak Planks, 4 Lit Torches, 4 Skulls 246
94 Marble Door 4 Marble Blocks 2,000
95 Steel Dragon 10,000,000gp 3,162

Hotspots

  • Door
  • Decoration
  • Lighting
  • Treasure
  • Monster

That's pretty much all there is to Construction and Player Owned Houses, hopefully this guide helped you with this skill! Happy house-building!

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Published on: June 11, 2006 10:00 PM EDT by Salmoneus
Updated on: August 24, 2011 08:19 PM EDT by Salmoneus