The McBride house is the home and residence of Clyde, Howard, and Harold McBride. It first appears in the premiere episode, "Left in the Dark". The exterior is first seen in "Overnight Success". It is the second most frequently-visited building, after the Loud House.
The exterior of the house is painted white with a purple colored roof, a chimney and a garage. Unlike the Loud house, the McBride house only has one floor.
This room is where Clyde sleeps. Inside of it has a dresser, a lamp, and a bed. In "Left in the Dark", it is shown that Clyde has a poster of Lori on his wall. A shrine to Lori in his room is seen in "Save the Date".
Howard and Harold's Room
This room is where Howard and Harold sleep. It is located to the left of Clyde's room and across the hall from the bathroom. The interior has not yet been shown, but the door has been seen. In "Baby Steps", Clyde overhears Howard and Harold talking in their bedroom.
The hallway has blue carpeting and gray walls adorned with a light fixture, an abstract painting, a photo of the three McBrides, and a rainbow painting representing the LGBT pride flag.
The bathroom has not been fully shown, but it appears to have blue tiled walls.
The living room contains a couch, a television set that includes a DVD player and a video game console, a pendulum clock, and a lamp. It is next to the dining room and bias to the kitchen.
The kitchen is where Harold makes food for Howard and Clyde. It contains a counter with two chairs for the Dads, several cabinets full of food and dinnerware, a fruit bowl, a toaster, a blender, and a wall clock. A refrigerator with the word "snog" (which means to kiss and caress lovingly) spelled on the front is also visible here.
This room is where Clyde and his dads have their meals. It is next to the living room. Howard and Harold do not allow cell phones to be used in this room.
This room is where the McBrides can relax. It appears to be in the basement. The room also contains its own minibar, and several armchairs.
The salon is where the McBrides prepare for the day. It contains three mirrors, one for each family member. Howard and Harold's mirrors have plaques with the word "His" on them. The salon also contains a chair where Clyde (and Lincoln, on one occasion) sits when he needs his hair cut.
An italicized title denotes an episode that only shows Clyde's room when he is talking over his walkie-talkie.