The Bucket's House is the house that Charlie Bucket and his family live in in the novels Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, and in the two film adaptations.

The Bucket's House

Novel Edit

In the original novel, the Bucket's House was a small house composed of two rooms. Charlie's old grandparents slept on the only bed in the house in one room, and were far too tired to exit from the bed. Charlie, Mr. Bucket and Mrs. Bucket all slept on mattresses in the only other room. It is possible there is no kitchen in the house, and that the laundry was hand-done.

1971 Film Edit

In the 1971 film, the Bucket's house has a black-and-white television set. Unlike the original novel, Mrs. Bucket whose husband passed away has her own bed. Because the Bucket grandparents are using the same bed, Charlie has the sleep on the floor mat.

2005 Film Edit

In the film, the house is very representative toward the book, except Charlie sleeps in a second floor in the house where there's a hole in the roof where he can see outside.