The "Palais de Poulets," aka Clucking Hen Garden, belongs to a couple outside of Seattle. They transformed an old ugly shed into the work of art you see here. "A flock of heirloom chickens" (whatever that is) reside there. I admit it: I'm a bit envious.
The appearance of wild flocks of chickens around New Orleans since Katrina has put a yearning in my heart for a few of my own. This coop has the potential to be inexpensive to do. Framing lumber and roofing would be the largest purchases. Recycle some screened windows and the rest pallets, pallets, pallets. Here, they are free from the newspaper.