I love looking at other people’s homesteads to see what they are doing differently than I am.
One thing that always fascinates me is the chicken coop.
Some people get super fancy with signs, drapes and the whole nine yards.
Others just use an old car or a pieced together shed for a coop.
Today I wanted to share with you some ideas I found on Pinterest for amazing chicken coops to give you an idea of what is possible.
17 Cool DIY Chicken Coop Ideas for Your Birds:
Red Wooden Chicken Coop @ Scenes From The Wild
Urban Planter Chicken Coop @ Landscape & Urbanism
Converting A Shed Into A Chicken Coop @ Simple Living Country Gal
Shed Chicken Coop @ Ana White
Simple Chicken Coop @ Fresh Eggs Daily
Permanent Hoop Coop Guide @ Backyard Chickens
Trampoline Chicken Coop Plans Easy DIY @ The Whoot
Red Barn Small Chicken Coop @ Instructables
Blue Coop with Side Yard @ Home Decor
Sunrise Chicks Chicken Coop Plan @ Backyard Chickens
Cute Little House Chicken Coop @ Trevor Made
Cape Cod Chicken Coop @ Country Living
Chicken Coop/Bunny Hutch Combo @ Redeem Your Ground
Red, White and Blue Coop @ Coop & Home
Free Chicken Coop Plans @ The Creative Mom
Chez Poulet Coop @ Heather Bullard
How to Build A Chicken Coop From Pallets @ A Vision to Remember
Don’t these coops look so fun! There are so many great ideas out there for every budget.
I am going to spruce up our coop this year with the ideas I found here. I love the signs and I think we need a new coat of paint as well.Does your chicken coop need an update? Click here to see 17 cool DIY chicken coop ideas to keep your chickens warm and safe all year long. #backyardchickens #chickencoop #homestead #homesteadingClick To Tweet
So I hope these chicken coop ideas were helpful for you and your homestead. We want our chickens to be happy and healthy in their home environment.
Which coop ideas do you like best? Let us know in the comments below. And if this post was helpful, please share. Thanks!
If you are thinking about getting chicks this spring, I have prepared a free class called “Taking Care of Baby Chicks” that will walk you through taking care of chickens from chick to hen. I hope it helps you get the confidence to raise chickens on your own.