Chicks are not just for Easter…

Chicks ARE just for Easter at my house.  My husband does not want me to get any more animals! We currently have 2 dogs, "Waffles", a mutt and "Junior", a Jack Russell terrier, a hedgehog named "Henrietta" and a bearded dragon name "Turbo" (I called her "Turbetty" after our boy dragon laid eggs…we had the sex wrong). We recently lost Cookie Dough 1 and 2.  I am out of the teddy bear hamster business officially. But, I recognize I am animal crazy…I love them all.

I REALLY want to build a chicken coop.  Here are my best finds recently.

I love "Chez Poulet" by Heather Bullard.  If we do it , this is what I will end up with.  It is more in keeping with my house.  

You can order the plans for $39 from the website.

This is my favorite coop.  You can see a whole post on it HERE.

via Atlanta Homes Mag

via Pinterest

The Nogg is a modern coop for 2 to 4 chickens.

Silky Chickens…so fluffy!

Frizzle chickens…Are they the cutest? These are the 2 types of chickens I want.

Check out all my best findings on you Chicken Coop pinterest board.

These are probably the only chickens I will end up with this Easter.

Happy Easter!

Comments

  • April 4, 2012
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    Thanks Holly!  I'm pretty fond of my coop too.  🙂  I also love Heather's coop.  It, and the super modern black one both influenced mine. I took elements from both and came up with the design of my  coop.  Hope chickens are in your future one day.  They're a whack of fun. ~ karen

    • April 4, 2012
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      The English Room

      Thank you for your response. I hope to have chickens soon! What kind of chickens do you have?

  • April 5, 2012
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    What a wonderful post and I can't believe how much variety there is in chicken coops!  I don't have chickens but would love them. Such a fun blog and I'm looking forward to adding you to my blog roll!

    • April 5, 2012
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      The English Room

      Thank you!

  • April 5, 2012
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    I want chickens too, but it's probably not going to happen where I'm living now. I still love to look at chickens and chicks on blogs, and I would've never thought I would hear my city-raised self saying this: "Aren't those chicken coops the cutest?!
    Happy Easter!
    Keri (found your blog thru your comment on Brooke Giannetti's chicken post)

  • March 10, 2013
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