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The Loud House (1216 Franklin Avenue, Royal Woods, Michigan) is the home and residence of the Loud family. This is the main setting of the series, as most of the episodes take place here.


The exterior of the house is painted white, with a black colored roof, a porch on the front side, a chimney running up the left side of the house, and a garage on the right side. The walls of the basement are made of red bricks.

In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House," it is revealed where they live.

According to the episode "Homespun," the house suffers from faulty water pressure, creaky floorboards, rotting wood, a clunky furnace, crummy TV signals, doorknobs that broke off from their doors, a malfunctioning mailbox, and a broken doorbell.

First floor

Living room

S1E17A Linc needs help

The living room is usually where the Loud family congregates. In it is a television set, that includes a DVD player, video game console, and a couch and chairs to watch it on.

The carpet of the living room is green, the walls are beige, and the couch and chairs are dark blue. The living room also has a fireplace and a brown coffee table.

Dining Room

S2E25B Lincoln and Lynn Sr. playing chess

The dining room is where the oldest members of the Loud family used to congregate for eating meals. Now, the entire family eats in the dining room.

The dining room has the same green carpeting as the living room, but its walls are baby blue. It has a long table covered by a white table cloth, and twelve black chairs.


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The kitchen is where the family's meals are made. In it is a stove, oven, sink, dishwasher, refrigerator and a small table where the youngest members of the Loud family used to eat, as well as Lily's highchair.

The kitchen has yellow walls and a black and white checkered floor. The back door and basement stairs are in the kitchen.

Rita and Lynn Sr.'s room

S4E07A Still dreaming

This room is where Rita and Lynn Sr. sleep. Unlike the other bedrooms, theirs is located on the first floor. It has a closet where they keep their clothes, including Lynn Sr.'s tie collection. In "Pipe Dreams," the closet was transformed into a newly designed bathroom. Their bedroom has beige walls and lilac carpet.

Second floor

Lincoln's room

Lincoln's Room

Lincoln's bedroom is actually a large closet, decked out with the appropriate amenities. There is a bed, dresser, and mirror. He uses the closet's clothes rack to hang his shorts and model spaceships. Lincoln also has many comic books and movie action figures inside his room, such as a figure that looks like King Ghidorah from the Godzilla movies, a robot toy that looks exactly like Robby from the 1956 film Forbidden Planet, and another one that looks exactly like Mazinger Z from the manga of the same name. In addition, he has a bookshelf and several posters.

His bedroom has beige walls, green carpeting, a small window, and a bed with a brown frame and blue blanket.

Even though Lincoln has complained about having the smallest bedroom, he is at least thankful that he does not have to share a room with anyone (although in "Space Invader," Lincoln did have to share his room with Lynn and Lucy).

Lori and Leni's room

S1E09B Lori and Leni's room is now

This room is where Lori and Leni sleep. In the room is a dresser, a chair, and a sewing machine. There are some posters pasted on the walls, and on the ceiling there are holiday lights. When the Loud kids are having a meeting, they always do it in this room, as seen in "In Tents Debate," "One of the Boys," and "A Tattler's Tale." Their room has baby blue walls and dark blue carpeting. Lori's bed has a blue blanket, while Leni's bed has a pink blanket.

Luna and Luan's room

S1E09A Pan across Luna Luan room

This room contains a double-decker bunk bed for Luna and Luan to sleep on (Luna in the top bunk and Luan in the bottom bunk). The room contains a drum set and some amps for Luna, a record player, and a bean-bag chair. It has a boxing glove on the wall, and the letters on the bottom say, "DO NOT PUSH." Luan has a shelf of her props such as a whoopee cushion, a fake spider, and fake dog poop. She also keeps videos of her family's embarrassing moments in her and Luna's closet, but does not upload them without the person's permission. There is also a small stage where Luan tells her jokes.

Lynn and Lucy's room

S1E09B Lucy and Lynn's room becomes

This room is where Lynn and Lucy sleep. Lynn has pennants hanging on her side of the room, while Lucy's side has a mirror, and a writing desk. They have light grey walls and dark grey carpet. Lynn's bed has a red blanket, while Lucy's has a black blanket and also has a high frame. Lynn and Lucy's curtains also don't match: one curtain is red while the other is black.

Lana and Lola's room

S1E06A Lana and Lola room BG

The twins' bedroom contains Lana and Lola's beds, the latter's a draped canopy bed to go with her princess obsession and the former's a generic bed with a teal blanket. Also in the room is a play kitchen, a tea set, and a terrarium next to Lana's bed (belonging to Hops). Their room has pink walls, light puce carpet, and a window with lilac curtains.

Lisa and Lily's room

S1E09B Lisa and Lily's room is changed into

This bedroom contains Lisa's bed, and Lily's crib. It also has a desk where Lisa concocts various potions and formulas, a changing table for Lily, and a small pink rug. The carpet is dark green (as is Lisa's blanket) and the walls are light green.



The bathroom is located at the end of the kids' hallway, opposite Lincoln's room at the other end. In it is the shower, toilet and sink. It looks to be the only bathroom in the entire house. It has blue-grey walls and a black and white checkered floor.


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There is a hallway between all the rooms on the second floor with Lincoln's room at one end and the bathroom at the other. It has a wooden floor with a long red rug, and its walls are yellow and beige. The door to the attic and the stairway to the first floor are also accessible via the hallway and it contains a houseplant.

Third floor

The third floor is an attic that is located above the second floor. It is accessible by climbing a fold-up ladder through a door above the kids' hallway. Up there are located some old objects such as games, boxes, an old-fashioned television set and Lynn Sr.'s old camera. The kids' parents also keep stored there Lincoln's homemade coffee mugs in a box. Lucy had a secret dark place in there. There is also a cardboard box full of hand-me-downed clothes. The farthest back corner of the attic has no windows, which Lincoln finds a bit creepy due to the lack of light.[1]


The basement is accessible via a door in the kitchen. Inside of it is the family's washer and dryer, the radiator, Cliff's scratching post and the fusebox. It can be dark down there unless one goes down and turns on the light, which is the reason why the children are a bit afraid of going down there at night. Before El Diablo, Lana had another snake, who unfortunately died in the far back corner of the basement.[2]


Front garden

The front garden has a tree and a lot of the Loud children's toys, such as balls, bicycles and skateboards. There is also a sandbox, a baby swing for Lily, and two other swings for the older Louds.


The backyard is a large patio where the Loud family realizes many activities. Like the front garden, it also has a tree.


The garage is on the right side of the house. Lynn kept her bike inside of it as shown in "Hand-Me-Downer." Luna sometimes uses the garage to play music as shown in "The Green House." In "Garage Banned," Lori temporarily takes up residence in the garage, until she misses being in the house with her family.


Temporary inhabitants


  • The house is inspired by creator Chris Savino's childhood home. The address of the house (1216) is the same as the address where he grew up. Also, the boomerang and the frisbee on the roof of the Loud house are based on the many toys and objects Savino's family threw on their house roof.
  • The house is close to both a barbershop and church.
  • Because of the children's many antics and messes, the house has been partially, or completely destroyed multiple times, like in "No Guts, No Glori," and in "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House."
Royal Woods at night
  • Lincoln's room, Lori and Leni's room, and the living room are the most occupied rooms in the house.
  • The house has some similarities with Timmy Turner's house from The Fairly OddParents, as both are the main setting of their respective series, and many times, they have been destroyed.
  • In "The Price of Admission," Lynn Sr. says that the front porch has a "claustrophobic crawl space where the walls feel like they're closing in on you the deeper you get" under it, where the Halloween decorations are kept.


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