Quantcast
Environmental News for a Healthier Planet and Life

21 of the Most Outrageously Cool Chicken Coops (Which Is Your Favorite?)

Food
21 of the Most Outrageously Cool Chicken Coops (Which Is Your Favorite?)

A chicken coop is a place where a chicken spends much of its time. It’s a place of protection and housing but for proud humans, it’s also a place to show off their love and character as caretakers of the traditional bird.

1. New Orleans Style

Photo credit: Kootation.com

Bright colors and southern charm.

2. Beer Shingles

Photo credit: New Orleans Food & Farm Network

Beer shingles prove to be the perfect compliment to a chicken coop. Who would have guessed!

3. The Chicken Coop Cottage

Photo credit: Mom Caster

When you need to get away for a few days, visit the chicken coop cottage.

4. A Cob Chicken Coop

Photo credit: The City Chicken

Cobb is an English housing made from straw, clay and sand. These sustainable materials are complimented by colorful tiles, which make this coop unique.

5. This Chicken Coop Shines

Photo credit: Tattood Housewife

Read page 1

6. Hobbit Style

Photo credit: Avcesar.com

Photo credit: Avcesar.com

7. Beware of the Boston Terrier

Photo credit: Heatherbullard.com

8. The Schoolhouse

Photo credit: Megalatte458.tumblr.com

9. For Hipsters, By Hipsters

Photo credit: Garnizé Galinheiro

We decided to give this a "hipster" label. It could have easily been designed by folks in their retirement years, but they can be hipsters too.

10. Enchanted Fairy Tale

Photo credit: Rebecca64 / Flickr

There is so much to love about this log transformed into a chicken coop.

Read page 1

11. Wedding Home

Photo credit: Cbakerphoto.blogspot.com

Here comes the bride, all dressed in feathers.

12. Pottery-Barn Inspired

Photo credit: Theartofdoingstuff.com

13. Victorian Style

Photo credit: Vintagegardengal.com

14. Rocket Ship

Photo credit: The Poultry Guide

It started with an idea; it ended with a rocket ship chicken coop.

15. Upcycle Reuse

Photo credit: Recycle Art

Another way to reuse.

Read page 1

16. VW BUG

Photo credit: TreeHugger

This classic car is oozing with character.

17. The Chill Room

Photo credit: Living the Country Life

Because sometimes you want to read a book in the chicken room.

18. Cupola Dome

Photo credit: Max Kim-Bee

The best reuse of a cupola … ever!

19. Country Western

Photo credit: Backyard Chickens

20. The Church

Photo credit: Todd Leach / Backyard Chickens

21. Living Room Furniture

Photo credit: The City Chicken

Remember, taking proper care of chickens requires time, effort and personality. If you want to eat eggs that are the most nutritious and wish to eat from a source you know is reliable, research first to find out if you are that source. Oh ... and remember to let them roam free.

Photo credit: HobbyFarms

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

Indoor Veggie Garden Lets You Grow Your Own Food Right in Your Kitchen

Why Eating Eggs Helps You Lose Weight

Camper You Pull With Your Bike Turns the World Into Your Backyard

It’s Official: Jon and Tracey Stewart Convert 12-Acre Farm to Animal Sanctuary

Yves Adams / Instagram

A rare yellow penguin has been photographed for what is believed to be the first time.

Read More Show Less

EcoWatch Daily Newsletter

The Crystal building in London, England is the first building in the world to be awarded an outstanding BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) rating and a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) platinum rating. Alphotographic / Getty Images

By Stuart Braun

We spend 90% of our time in the buildings where we live and work, shop and conduct business, in the structures that keep us warm in winter and cool in summer.

But immense energy is required to source and manufacture building materials, to power construction sites, to maintain and renew the built environment. In 2019, building operations and construction activities together accounted for 38% of global energy-related CO2 emissions, the highest level ever recorded.

Read More Show Less

Trending

Houses and wooden debris are shown in flood waters from Hurricane Katrina Sept. 11, 2005 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Jerry Grayson / Helifilms Australia PTY Ltd / Getty Images

By Eric Tate and Christopher Emrich

Disasters stemming from hazards like floods, wildfires, and disease often garner attention because of their extreme conditions and heavy societal impacts. Although the nature of the damage may vary, major disasters are alike in that socially vulnerable populations often experience the worst repercussions. For example, we saw this following Hurricanes Katrina and Harvey, each of which generated widespread physical damage and outsized impacts to low-income and minority survivors.

Read More Show Less
A gray wolf is seen howling outside in winter. Wolfgang Kaehler / Contributor / Getty Images

Wisconsin will end its controversial wolf hunt early after hunters and trappers killed almost 70 percent of the state's quota in the hunt's first 48 hours.

Read More Show Less
Tom Vilsack speaks on December 11, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware after being nominated to be Agriculture Secretary by U.S. President Joe Biden. Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images

By Jessica Corbett

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Tuesday was the lone progressive to vote against Tom Vilsack reprising his role as secretary of agriculture, citing concerns that progressive advocacy groups have been raising since even before President Joe Biden officially nominated the former Obama administration appointee.

Read More Show Less