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  • Sharon Barber

    Garden shed idea

  • GraceLisa Renaud

    The Palais de Poulets, also known as "Clucking Hen Palace," was transformed from a decrepit shed into a functional and decorative coop inhabited by a flock of heirloom chickens. Champion coop! #chickencoop

  • Maureen Halter

    I'd like this for a kid's playhouse or garden shed (we have restrictions against chicken coops) - The Palais de Poulets, also known as "Clucking Hen Palace," was transformed from a decrepit shed into a functional and decorative coop inhabited by a flock of heirloom chickens.

  • Tona Wilson

    I would love to have a few hens. This would be an adorable chicken house! Well, it could be a cottage.

  • Bethany Smith

    Cute chicken coop but I'd use it as a garden shed or child's playhouse.

  • Daphne C

    Garden shed chicken coop - I don't have a backyard, but I would love me some fresh eggs!

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