We aren't quite finished with our coop and run but someone posted an interest in seeing swing set coops/runs so I thought that I would post pics of ours. First, I want to let you know that my dear hubby is a make it work with what we have builder. I had all kinds of grand plans for what I wanted but I had to compromise based on the materials we had on hand. In addition to limited materials and tools, DH had surgery on his left hand in April so he did it all with one working hand and a second one that was only useful for propping things on. It's not perfect in terms of construction but it was a labor of love and I appreciate all the work he put into it. When our kids were younger, DH built a tall pipe swing set for them. It became the frame work for our run. Using old lumber we had sitting around, he added on a raised coop on one side. We used to do lots of theater with the kids and had all kinds of plywood flats from sets so that was used for the walls, floors, and roof. The siding was given to us several years ago by a friend who had it left over from an add on that they did. The cinderblocks were left over from our raised bed garden. We did have to buy the hardware, the hardware cloth, and some chicken wire as well as the PVC pipe for the feeders and the waterers. We still need to attach the apron around the bottom, add another layer of chicken wire or hardware cloth to the top of the run, attach a cover for the feeder, add another window in the end of the coop for more ventilation, and hopefully add bump out nest boxes to replace the ones in the coop. But it is functional as it is and I'm so happy to have the brooder out of my family room! I miss the little peeps but I was so tired of the dust covering everything!