Mr. Krabs and Pearl's House
Mr. Krabs' House is located at 3541 Anchor Way, Bikini Bottom, Pacific Ocean. It is a big black anchor-house.
The living room contains a lot of stuff, in which includes, paintings, antiques, souvenirs, books, a doll collection, a computer, old newspapers, and other valuable stuff including his first dollar. This living room is made up of wood and once painted silver seen in episode: Wet Painters. It, so far, has a chair made from pieces of wood that Mr. Krabs sits, and for a television, a barrel with ropes that stick up as antennas.
The dining room and the kitchen are all in one room. This room contains a small light brown carpet, a barrel with a small flower décor on top of it, a wooden table, and an antique-like chair that Mr. Krabs sits, a counter with a sink, a cabinet, a hanger for kitchen utensils, and other small decors.
The bathroom is small and couldn’t have that much stuff. The bathroom has a sink made up of wood, a rug made up of rope, an oval-shaped mirror that is wrapped around with a rope, a toilet, a towel hanger and a tissue holder holding ropes.
Mr. Krabs' room also contains a lot of stuff. Mr. Krabs' bed is a hammock that he sleeps. His room has holes on the floor and sometimes causes his legs to break and de-attach, seen in episode: Squeaky Boots. For some strange reason, Mr. Krabs had a real bed in The Lost Mattress.
Pearl's room is depicted like a stereotypical girl’s room and she has all pink stuff, a purple colored double bed that she sleeps, a telephone, posters of Boys Who Cry, a dressing/makeup table and even a love heart rug. The room is upstairs, as revealed in Whale of a Birthday.
There is also a garage on the right side of the house. It looks like a typical garage. Except, it's built out of trash and SpongeBob's old bed spread.
The whole house is mainly a big black anchor with 2 red roofs on each side of the anchor. The outside is very spacious, and sometimes children play on Mr. Krabs' front yard seen in episode Krabs a la Mode. In the older episodes the house has a chain on its roof. It now doesn't.