I am building a basic 4' x 6' coop which will be 6' tall. The door will be on the long side. Trying to decide if the want the door centered or offset for best layout inside. I am planning on outside nest boxes, with the option of using inside ones during the winter, so wouldn't want roosts to interfere with those. If the door was centered, roosts could be on either side low enough that the hens wouldn't need a ramp or take-off roost, with the nest boxes across from the door. If the door was offset, it would give more uninterrupted area inside. I keep doodling sketches, but what works best in reality. Would love to know how other small coops are laid out. Have lots of pictures in the "coop" section of the site, but would like interior ideas. The people door will be a dutch door so in effect, the bottom will act as a pop door for the chickens. So room inside will not be decicated to that. Already have a large coop where I didn't even have to give layout much thought.