Recycled, rustic, cheap, and beautiful

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by poprivetj1, Aug 16, 2013.

  1. poprivetj1

    poprivetj1 In the Brooder

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    After completing a major remodeling and renovation job at my rental house I desided to bring the scrap material home and start on a new coop. It's a 6' by 8' and incorporates scrap lumber, old windows, scrap tin roofing, 100 year old rough sawn 2x4's, and rocks we found in our property. Everyone seems happy now.
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    The coop
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    Covered Bridge to the run
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    The coop Bridge and Run
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    We love it!
     
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  2. write2caroline

    write2caroline Songster

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    OMGosh = Beautiful!!!!!! Those are some lucky chickens for sure and for certain!!!!!

    Caroline
     
  3. jorey

    jorey Songster

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    Very nice.
     
  4. ChickensXOXO

    ChickensXOXO Songster

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    Cute!
     
  5. ournwsimplelife

    ournwsimplelife In the Brooder

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    I love it! I'm looking to incorporate as much upcycled as I can. I love the rustic look! I like the bridge to the run, that is cool.
     
  6. McPhersonFarm

    McPhersonFarm Songster

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    very very beautiful
     
  7. Sophia5

    Sophia5 Chirping

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    Your coop is so beautiful!! [​IMG]
     
  8. c2chicks

    c2chicks Chirping

    Just beautiful!! You are truly talented[​IMG]
     

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