Stu and Didi Pickles House is the main setting for the Rugrats, and the home of the parents Stu Pickles and Didi Pickles, and their two sons, Tommy Pickles and Dil Pickles, and their dog Spike. Lou Pickles also lived at the Pickles' home until he moved into the retirement home with his new wife Lulu. The address for their home 1258 N. Highland.
The Pickles's household's is a two-storey, two-bay house with a central doorway. Its exterior has pink walls, a flat roof with gridlines, a red sloped façade built around the edges of the roofs, a canopied front entryway, and the garage is built on the right side of the house (Left side in All Grown Up!) There is also a satellite mounted on the roof.
The interior portion house consists of four bedrooms, one Stu and Didi's bedroom, the second Grandpa Lou (later Dil's) bedroom, the third is Tommy's bedroom, and the final bedroom is a guest bedroom. The house has two bathrooms, one upstairs and the other downstairs, a family room, a living room, a basement, a dining room, and a kitchen.
- The location of the garage varied from episode to episode until much later on when it became consistently on the left side of the house. In the second season it was on the right side.
- The address for Stu and Didi's home was the original address for the Klasky-Csupo production company.
- The iconic sound of the bell ringing can be heard in As Told by Ginger when Ginger Foutley rings the bell of the Patterson's residence in the episode "Piece of my Heart".
- In the 2021 Reboot the house is actually Lou's home and Stu, Didi and Tommy moved in with him. Despite this, it appears similar to the household from the original series, but is now even larger than before.
You can find Pickles' Household (Stu and Didi) gallery here.