63,158 Cedar coop Home Design Photos

Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
South Mercer Island
Ideabooks62
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Thank you Coop 15 - we appreciate the referral :)
Coop 15 Architecture
Yellow Cedar
“Like door” — flet84
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
South Mercer Island
Ideabooks50
Questions2
Yellow Cedar
Coop 15 Architecture
“Clock” — metalcabseeker
Tim Smith Garden Design
4 Reviews
Japanese inspired garden
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Questions0
Cedar coop with stone landing at a private residence garden in the Grant Park neighborhood of Atlanta, Ga.
Cedar Coop
“Ike” — eir4
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
South Mercer Island
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Questions0
Yellow Cedar
Coop 15 Architecture
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
South Mercer Island
Ideabooks12
Questions0
Yellow Cedar
Coop 15 Architecture
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
South Mercer Island
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Yellow Cedar
Coop 15 Architecture
“Placement of electric outlet on island” — robinresnick
Fairfield House & Garden Co
1 Review
Path to the Chicken Coop
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They are cedar and black locust. They are not treated but are doweled with steel rods set into the stone wall so there is no direct contact with soil or persistent
awesome shed & wood branch chicken coop
tools and posts of cedar and blk locust
I can show up my neighbors with this chicken coop
great chicken coop and run. Jamie would love it
I like the rustic look of this chicken coop.
“I want to do this for Angelus!” — Cathy Pollock
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Hen House
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Hi Calelynn - Both of the openings are covered with the same wire mesh material we used to enclose the coop, so they recieve fresh air all the time. A must to keep the shed ventilated! In the winter we cover the openings with a layer of rigid insulation on the really cold nights. Good luck on your project
The coop gets a modern twist with diagonal cedar planks, aligned at the same angles as the cross bracing inside the shed. The cedar is unsealed and will weather and gray with time
Shared garden shed/coop. Love the roosts!
Not my husband's chicken coop he had to clean before going to school!! Things do change for the better.
coop nestled into a tool shed!
indoor portion of chicken coop, no entry for scavengers
“Hen house” — Marilyn Hockett
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