Chicken Coop Inspiration
Discover a bevy of beautiful barnyard chicken coops with a stylish twist.
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The Classic Coop
Raising backyard chickens is more popular than ever. Keeping chickens is a hobby that pays off in fertilizer, pest control, companionship, and, of course, fresh eggs. For those ready to take the plunge, it all starts with the right housing, but finding a coop that is appropriate for the flock, easy to maintain and still looks good in the yard can be a challenge.
Fixer Upper Fabulous
As seen on Fixer Upper, the Gaines' garden has a chicken coop, as well as a turkey run that's around the perimeter of the garden.
This chicken coop was once a playhouse. Now it's home to the family's chickens who roam the yard during the day.
This large enclosed chicken coop features a black pergola structure and plenty of space for chickens to roam freely. Raw wood gives the coop a rustic look.
This smart model servers a small family of chickens with roomy nest boxes, a wooden ramp and a charming roof for planting.
Chickens or Ducks
A traditional red chicken coop is used as a hut for this cute pair of white ducks. A country sign and American flag give the space a cute, homey vibe.
Rock City Chicken Coop
The owners of this tin roof chicken coop wanted to create a home for their chickens and guest houses for visiting bluebirds: "My parents brought me the 'See Rock City' house, which I was thrilled to have because it's a great nod to my happy Southern childhood spent hiking and camping with my family. The Rock City birdhouse lets guests know we want them to be relaxed and happy in our garden."
This family treehouse features a chicken coop underneath, a great space-saving idea.
Afraid a chicken coop will spoil your outdoor style? This stylish chicken coop in shows how great design can elevate backyard homesteading.
Many urban gardens around the country include a small chicken coop that can accommodate a few egg-laying hens. This one features a green rooftop.