MrCrayfish’s Furniture Mod
Last modified on May 13, 2022 in Mods
By Dalton Whalen
When playing vanilla minecraft for a long time, you may become tired of using vanilla blocks to try getting basic furniture. Introducing MrCrayfish’s Furniture Mod, a mod designed to add many new furniture blocks to your world, many of which are fully functional. Whether you want to add some decorations for a survival world or want to build fancy homes in creative, this mod will be great for you. Installing mods can be a bit tedious if you are unfamiliar with the process, so we have created this Apex Hosting guide to ease you through the installation steps.
MrCrayfish’s Furniture Mod (or CFM) is a very popular mod with over 31 million downloads on the CurseForge site alone. It is currently available for a large number of Minecraft versions up to 1.12.2, with versions for 1.14 and up being currently developed in alpha. With over 80 unique furniture pieces, you can spice up your Minecraft builds.
- Navigate to the MrCrayfish’s Furniture Mod CurseForge page.
Filesat the top, then search for the desired version.
- Press the download button to the right of the file to begin downloading.
- Save the file in a safe location, as it will be needed shortly.
For more detailed information on these instructions, visit our guide Here.
- Download the Forge modloader installer that matches your mod version.
- Run the .jar file that is downloaded.
Install Clientmake sure the file path is correct, then press
- Open your Minecraft launcher, then go to
Installationsat the top.
- Locate your new Forge profile, then press the folder icon to the far-right.
- Once the file explorer window opens, enter or create the
- Copy and paste the mod .jar file from earlier into here.
- Open the Minecraft Launcher, then find the Forge profile that was installed.
You can now click
Play to start the game, which will load up the mod on your own computer.
- Navigate to your Apex Server Panel, then stop the server.
- Scroll down to the
JAR Filesection, then change the server version to match your mod.
- We recommend generating a new world when prompted, but don’t restart the server yet.
- Navigate to the FTP File Access on the left-hand side, then log in.
- Enter or create the
modsfolder. Once inside, press
Uploadin the top-left.
- Drag + drop the mod .jar file from earlier to the right-hand side.
- Once at 100% uploaded, return to the main panel page and start the server.
The server should now start up with the Furniture Mod installed and available to access in both survival and creative gamemodes!
Now that you have the mod installed, you can start building with the new blocks! If you are using the creative menu, you can use the left buttons to toggle certain blocks for rooms. Some of these include:
From beds to desks, the bedroom items will have all you need to keep your room looking awesome!
Fridges, ovens, sinks, counters, and more, the kitchen items will give you the room you’ve dreamed of.
No house is complete without a bathroom, so CFM adds plenty of new blocks for use.
The first impression is the most important, impress people with your beautiful outdoor item decorations.
There are many other items included as well, allowing you to design the rooms you’ve always dreamed of!
My server isn’t starting up after adding the mod:
Oftentimes, the main reason for this is caused by an issue with the installation. Make sure that your server is running the same Forge version as your mods. Otherwise, make sure no other mods from different versions are present, as this can cause a crash.
My existing world isn’t working with the mod:
If you want to use an existing world with these mods, ensure that the mods are compatible with the same version as the world. Worlds are not forwards-compatible, meaning a 1.16 world with the 1.12 mods version can cause issues.
The items aren’t working on the server:
Oftentimes, this is happening because the mods are not installed on the server correctly or the server was not restarted after adding the mods. Ensure that the server is running Forge and that the mods .jar files are uploaded directly into the “mods” folder. If it is uploaded anywhere else, it will not work.
I get an error when joining the server:
This can occur if the mods are installed on the server, but not your own game. Make sure that you installed Forge on your own computer as well, as all players will need the mods installed on their own client in order to join and play.