24 Fabulous Backyard Chicken Coops

It's a chicken coop hoedown! Browse beautiful barnyard homes in traditional, boutique and luxury models.

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Rambling Red

Raising chickens is becoming increasingly popular in the U.S. and the reasons are obvious; chickens keep insect pests at bay, produce homegrown organic eggs and convert vegetable scraps into excellent fertilizer. And there are beautiful handcrafted chicken coops for every situation such as this "Pull It" coop from Horizon Structures which allows you to easily relocate your chicken house whenever the need arises.

Alexandria House

Designed for 4-5 hens, this popular model from the Green Chicken Coop combines a pleasing design with practicality; the cedar shake roof is made to last for decades and the triple built-in nesting boxes come with locking lids to make egg retrieval effortless. 

Victoria House

Some chicken owners live in the city and this urban backyard model is a beautiful addition to any yard. Offering 12 square feet of interior space, the Victoria House is perfect for 4-5 hens and the cedar shake roof is waterproof and designed to keep moisture out.

Chicken Mansion

For those who want a larger flock of chickens, consider this handsome coop from Horizon Structures which features 10 roomy nest boxes and a wooden shingle roof which offers better insulation for sound and temperature than a metal roof. 

The Bump Out Option

For those in need of a larger house and run combination, the Elizabeth Coop with the Bump-Out option is a good bet for those with up to 20 full-sized birds.

Have Coop, Will Travel

The "Push It" Coop is a compact and easily portable structure that is ideal for 3 to 5 chickens and available in Barn Red Duratemp siding with white trim and a black shingle roof.

Suburban Barnyard

This 5x6 foot coop complete with a run is designed for 12-15 chickens and is a popular favorite with homeowners in the suburbs or city limits. It contains 6 nest boxes and comes with slider windows with screens and vinyl coated metal mesh. 

This Coop Really Cooks

The rise in popularity of raising chickens has created a demand that is being met by a number of innovative and stylish coop designers such as the Sonoma County-based Wine Country Coops in California. The company offers custom made gable-style coops and shed-style coops like the one pictured for the Napa Valley Cooking School in St. Helena.

The Classic Mini Coop

This smart, affordable model servers 6 to 8 chickens with 3 roomy nest boxes, a detachable wooden ramp, two 12x12 inch windows and a high metal vent on the back wall that allows air to circulate but keeps the rain and snow out.

Triple Play

The Extended Alexandria Plus model from Green Chicken Coop is custom made for 6-7 chickens with an additional triple nesting box option and screened side doors and plexiglass inserts for ventilation.

The Fresh Egg Bungalow

There are so many options available to chicken owners when it comes to barnyard structures. You can purchase an already assembled coop, order a DIY assembly kit or use your imagination and build your own like the creator of this red and yellow delight.

Stained Glass Beauty

When it comes to accommodations for your chickens, the sky is the limit. Consider this interior shot of a homemade coop that comes with genuine stained glass windows. There's no reason why your chicken house can't be sustainable and an art object.

Chicken Condo Fantasy

This beautifully designed structure with a metal roof and a striking color palette of red, blue and green was created by Wine Country Coops for the Dutch Henry Winery in Calistoga, California. You can customize the body of the coop, roof fascia, windows and doors from this provider and chose from five standard colors: Sherwood Green, Mint Green, Tuscan Brown, Barn Red, Sunflower Yellow or White.

Brown Gables

This gable-style design from Wine Country Coops is a visually striking yet functionally efficient structure that encourages the production of healthy, homegrown eggs while meeting customers' specifications about style, materials used and yard placement.

The Setting is Key

Placement of your chicken coop is crucial and this example from Oregon integrates the structure into a bucolic setting. Place your chicken house on solid, level ground with good drainage in an area that gets partial sun and shade but not too much of either. It is also good to place the coop near a fence or wall that will help block the prevailing winds.

Wheeled Wonder

The Extended Alexandria House model is created to hold 6-8 chickens in an interior space of 3x7 feet and the heavy duty wheel support allows for easy relocation.

Poultry Power Shed

This shed-style unit on the Round Pond Winery estate in California is a customizable model from Wine Country Coops that is available either painted or with a natural finish. Your choice of roof can be corrugated polycarbonate, galvanized metal or shingle.

Briar House Styles

For the homeowner with 2-3 chickens, this model, available in three basic colors, has a 24x36 inch interior, includes two nesting boxes and the front door and rear nesting box are lockable so predators can't get inside.

Chicken Tractor

Perfect for vineyards, orchards and large gardens, the Chicken Tractor is both portable and a docking station. This model on the grounds of Araujo Estate Wines in Calistoga, California can hold up to 20 birds at a time.

Green Wagon Coop

This Extended Alexandria House model is designed for 5-6 hens and comes with a number of add-on options such as wheels, handles, an interior light and linoleum or slatted floor.

Amish Red

The Standard Elizabeth Coop is designed for 15 full size hens and comes with a linoleum floor, two predator proof windows, a six-foot-long exterior nesting box and other features. Among the available color choices are white, green and the exclusive Amish Red (pictured).

Chicken Triumvirate

This petite house, handcrafted by the folks at Wine Country Coops, is just right for up to three chickens and has a distinctive main door, ramp and metal roof. 

Grey House Party

With a 4x7 foot interior, this Standard Elizabeth coop can host a 15 chicken hoedown and includes four double nesting boxes and an "A" frame run.

Texas Size Chicken Ranch

This sprawling backyard coop with a built-in run measures 12x40 feet and includes 24 pocket nest boxes, 6 roost bars, two patchable chicken doors, an 8x12 foot egg room and more.