From what I have read about egg production, I think I should be getting eggs anytime now. I want to make sure I'm doing everything right. Do the nesting boxes have to be enclosed? Mine are in what I call the nesting box "condo" inside of my combo coop/run. Do they need more privacy than that? I could modify it if necessary.
I love the look of your coop. I do agree with others though that some predator proofing is in order. With regards to nest box privacy, my girls would probably find your setup too open. I have large birds yet they've picked the smallest, darkest nest box as their favorite to lay in. If I used your "condo" my birds would probably choose to lay in the darker, more protected corners between the nest boxes. I have one girl who lays in the late afternoon when the sun light in the coop shines on the opposite side. She uses a different nest than all the others, but until I figured it out and stuck a nest box on that side, I'd occasionally find her nesting on the floor. You can encourage them to lay in the boxes by putting fake eggs in the boxes, but sometimes they just pick their own spot.