Just a little paint and a couple of throw pillows....

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by Sherry, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. Sherry

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    Haven't "decorated" the inside yet, fence/pen goes up next weekend and then they can move in. Finally!
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  2. joanm

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    NICE!
     
  3. missusduray

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    Totally nice! I am jealous! What is the dimensions of it? How many "pet" chickens does it hold?
    Kristyne
     
  4. JudyMcKinn

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    Great job! What size is it? Looks like it would hold several.
     
  5. Motherhenandflock

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    Very nice! What will the wall paper look like? Hehe. It looks nice and comfy!
     
  6. Kamus Brazil

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    omg perfection!
    congratz on that.
    Do you have the step-by-step building pics?
     
  7. Sherry

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    8x10. Which I think means will hold 20-25. But, math has never been my strong suit.[​IMG]
    I can't wait to do roosts, and nest boxes and all that. I keep telling DH, us girls just love to decorate. [​IMG]
     
  8. Sherry

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    I told DH we need heating and air. [​IMG]
    His standard reply these days is " they're chickens!"
     
  9. BeckyLa

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    Yeah, they're chickens, point? [​IMG]

    Very nice! Can't wait to see the deck! The girls will love it.
     
  10. missusduray

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    I would enjoy seeing the step by step photos and the plans if you have any. I am looking for something this big and this looks perfect!
    Kristyne
     

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