My coop is "finished" sort of. I haven't taken pictures yet because it is still a work in progress.
I also modified my armoire. The lady above turned hers upside down. In my case, I live in a high wind area, and I was worried about the armoire getting blown over.
While I was working on the build, it did blow over. As I was looking at it lying on its side, I decided I liked it better that way, so my coop is an armoire laying down. I just put it up on legs and built the run around it with a lame-o roof. I cut up some 1/4" plywood that I had and that is the temporary roof. It leaks like a sieve, which is not normally a problem in my dry desert. But El Nino is coming. I have the whole run, with the armoire coop inside, temporarily covered with a tarp until I have the funds to finish the roof.
I will take pictures and show you what I have as of now.
There is so much room for my 5 hens and 2 chicks in there that I'm considering chicken math ....... I do still have the tiny old coop that would be perfect for chicks ......
My big girls are now 26 weeks and nary an egg from the lot of them. Grrrr.