My husband and I just bought our first house (we are newlyweds) and it just so happened to have a run down old shed in the middle of one of the pastures. So I immediately decided it would become a chicken coop. And a dream was born My dad helped me transform it into what I'm sure will be a great coop. Here's our pictures so far. To clarify: 1. there is a "dog door" behind the nesting boxes that will lead out to the run. It's covered right now with the nesting boxes so no other critter decides to take cover in the coop right now. 2. The roost is leaned up against the wall-we will secure it at a more appropriate angle once we have the bedding in there. I know it looks steep but it's not staying that way 3. We are getting a truck load of sand in a week or so for the bedding 4. I am cutting a window in both the side walls too to give more light and ventilation. All that being said... Here's my coop!! Chicks are in the brooder. I got 4 Buff Orpingtons, 1 Black sex link, 3 Amberlink, 2 Silver laced Wyandotte, 1 gold laced wyandotte, 1 barred rock, and 1 mystery brown chick. Hoping at least half of the 13 end up being female lol The coop inside is 8x14 I think. Tons of space for them. Working on a 10x10 pen outside for them how am I doing? Any suggestions?