When I decided to keep an Ameraucana cockerel for my two blue pullets, I also wanted to build another coop since my other two roosters have their own women and their own private coops/runs. I told DH it didn't have to be fancy. He said, "Well, what if it is?" and proceeded to design this. You never know what an artist will do, LOL. It isn't completely finished-still needs a working window cut, floor painted and locks put on, but we painted it to protect it against the weather. The fixed window you see is a frosted glass cutting board. The best part is that the entire thing only cost about $60. All the wood except 2 sheets of OSB for roof decking, was free from a log home construction site. I had roofing felt, hinges, scrap wood, 4x4 posts, etc, in our cache of supplies. I had a gallon of paint that matched the other coops, but thought this one deserved its own color, so I bought the green paint; already had the burgandy on hand. DH says it reminds him of the forestry service towers, LOL. The coop is 6 ft across at the outside walls and at the peak of the roof, 52 inches high, enough, I think for the three Ameraucanas and my one Speckled Sussex pullet I plan to leave with them. There are two vents across from each other under the overhang, each 35 in x 4 in or so, a pulldown nestbox access door, pull up hens' door, and double access doors for cleanout. It will have an attached and covered run. The window I mentioned will be to the left of the fixed window at the rear of the coop. I plan to put a weathervane on top and artwork on the double access doors to complete it.