So, I've mentioned that we're thinking of moving within the next few months here. Today we looked at a nice piece of land with a real crapshoot farmhouse on it. It's fixable, just a lot of work. I'm begging the husband to consider it. It's really a steal. Point being, there's this little building/shed already on the property. I think it'd make an awesome chicken coop. There's an opening for a window cut into the backwall maybe 20x20in and another window on the left side of the photo also maybe 20x20. Now that I'm looking, there's a 3rd window above that 'pophole'. The pophole on the side (I'm sure) was used to house one of the many pittbulls the owners had. Don't mind the trash in the photo, it's a mess there. It's quite a few acres, so I don't think I'll need a run - I'd like to let them free range. Anyways, It's pretty roomy inside. Maybe 10x10 or 12x12 ft? I've got a few ideas for it. But I'd like more. I'm not in love with the siding, but going economical wise, it'll have to stay. What can I do to give it character and charm? I'd like to have the coop finished before I hatch our own flock, just so I know I have the time to finish it and still save some dough (not being in crunch time). Opinions for roosts, flooring, windows, painting, etc... anything's welcome. What do you think? ETA -- Here's the inside of the building. It's got green carpeting on the floor, just laying there.