Backyard Chicken Coops
The Scott family from Atlanta, Georgia loves their chickens so much that they even made a sign to introduce each of them on the front of their stylish backyard coop.
Various Colonial Williamsburg outbuildings inspired this all-white coop. The 12- by 12-foot structure in Dallas, Texas protects chickens from a local great horned owl.
Full of Amenities
Carolyn Llorens, an architect, designed this 8- by 6-foot coop and the 8- by 12-foot run. The coop door is 18 inches off the floor so the chickens don’t all run out when the door opens. An egg door allows easy access to nest boxes. Heating pads keep the girls warm in winter, and hardware cloth sunk into concrete keeps out predators.
In the Garden
This red and white chicken coop is settled in the middle of the vegetable garden, cutting down on trips from the house. The red trim adds a nice pop of year-round color to the garden.
Inspiration from the Home
Architect Bethany Puopolo created a chicken coop with board-and-batten construction that matches the style of her white farmhouse.
Natural Color Scheme
This cozy backyard coop is nestled into the surrounding greenery and reflects the natural feel of the space.