Do a run-through of aspiring “product ideas” on LEGO Ideas and you’ll find that buildings, particularly houses, are a favorite theme of aspiring builders for their MOC submissions that they hope to become official sets. Really, you can look no further than the latest announced Ideas sets: a sweet Tree House and the “modern stone-age” domicile of Hanna-Barbera’s “The Flintstones.”
Since LEGO house are a proven favorite by both fans and Ideas review panelists, we at The Brick Show have decided to go over some of the current brick-home submissions on the Ideas platform that are on the “Race to 10-K Support” for one set that we think warrants it.
And that set is based on a licensed property, namely the Nickelodeon animated series “The Loud House,” which premiered in 2016 and is still going at three seasons. This build, submitted by Ideas member “Cherry-Rose,” is a sweet minifigure-scale recreation of the Loud Family home, where one (lucky) middle-child boy lives with his parents and ten older and younger sisters.
The titular Loud House is beautifully rendered in all its well lived-in hominess: grassy lawn, paved path to porch, throwing toys left on the roof, the works. And that’s just the exterior; the house itself can swing open in the back to reveal its three packed stories of rooms: living space below and bedrooms above.
Details of the rooms, from the two age-appropriate dining tables, to the various quirks, features and props of the sisters’ rooms, are all copied down from the show. So too are the accompanying vehicles, the “Vanzilla” family transport (with removable roof) and two episode-relevant bicycles.
Of course building sets like these most definitely have accompanying minifigures, and considering the premise of “The Loud House” you know this one will get a lot. A dozen minifigs of Lincoln Loud, his sisters Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lana, Lola, Lisa & Lily, plus his best buddy Clyde, are all on hand to turn that house upside down. They’ll even all fit inside Vanzilla (rather snugly too).
As a fairly new product idea on the platform, Cherry-Rose’s “The Loud House” set has only garnered over 200 of the 10,000 supporters needed to advance for review, with well over a year of time left to do so.
Fans of LEGO and Nickelodeon will surely get a kick out of this build, and we think it’ll fit right in with any LEGO City sets of a residential bent, maybe even the Christmas Village theme when the Holidays come. The possibilities are endless, so head over to LEGO Ideas and give this set a boost.