6 Fantastic Chicken Coops

Chicken coops are more unique than ever. Show your chicks some love with one of these great finds.
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Brinsea’s 100% recycled plastic coop boasts a fresh tent-inspired design that is big enough for six chickens. Winscombe Chicken Coop by Brinsea.

Cottage Living

This coop looks just like a cottage that you’d find on a farm. It has four lockable barn-style doors and a cupola to match. Cottage Chicken Coop by Boomer & George.


Pennsylvanian Amish craftsmen make these wooden A-frame chicken coops. This one is available in several electrical, roofing and flooring options. Amish Cedar A-frame Chicken Coop; pinecraft.com.


Trixie designed this coop to make your life easier! It has removable plastic-coated panels for easy cleaning, a hinged roof that can be easily opened or closed, and front and side doors that fold into functional ramps. Chicken Coop by Trixie; wayfair.com.

Red Wood

High-quality western red cedar wood is used for these durable chicken coops. It’s pretty easy on the eyes too. Hampton’s Chicken Coop; hayneedle.com.

Williams-Sonoma Chicken Coop

The Dan Cohen-designed Alexandria Coop is part of the Williams-Sonoma Agrarian line of garden and homestead products.

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