Hi everyone, After searching and searching and researching and reading, I am fantastically disappointed to learn that there really isn't any "easy" option for getting my growing number of birds into a better space. They're just not made. So, fueled by frustration, I'm looking at converting my garden shed into a coop. I don't know how it happened, but I just spontaneously came into possession of three adorable new baby chicks , but they're getting close to that all-feathered up stage and they're going to have to leave my art studio soon. I'm an awful person and just "assumed" there would be a pre-built option for someone like me, so here we are. I already have two adult hens, so this shed space would need to work for five hens: two orpingtons, a welsummer, an ameraucana, and a wyandotte. Let me preface by saying that while I am crafty, I am not "handy". I have not put a screw into wood. My husband works 12-16 hour graveyard shifts, and he does not want to do this project, so I am on my own. I just don't know where to begin. I know they need a place to sit to sleep, something to catch droppings, and a place for them to lay eggs. The shed has windows with screens on them, so I have that going for me, but I don't know if more work is needed for ventilation to be right proper. I have looked at a good number of threads on this site trying to learn what folks have done to make their sheds into coops, but man, everyone has a different shed, and everybody has a different way of doing things. My shed is no different... In fact, in the photos I will attach for perusal, it is in fact only half shed. The other half is a SAUNA (that I don't even use.. it came with the house). Conveniently, that means it's hooked up to electricity, it has its own outlets and lights! If anything, if I end up trying to hire someone to fix this up for me because I don't have the tools or the courage, I would REALLY appreciate ideas, so that I can tell someone else what goes where, and what I'd need to buy. I live in Minneapolis, MN. My deepest and sincerest gratitude toward any and all replies.