My Houzz: Toys and Art Make Merry in a Texas HomeFarmhouse Shed, Dallas

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jbradbeers wrote:May 24, 2013
  • marymurf25
    LOL, hysterical!!
  • bagirl

    Dang. They have too much money. Given that... I'm overly jealous!

lindbergcljk wrote:Feb 3, 2013
  • dfoleyaltitude

    what kind of hen is on the left? is that custom or can I get that at a big box store? also, what color? Benjamin moore?

  • victoriab604

    I think the hen on the left may be a Polish! and I think her colouring is Benjamin Moore Simply White (ha ha).

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Joanna Tovia added this to Spotted! Pampering Touches for Pets Around the WorldOct 27, 2017

DallasWhy shouldn’t a henhouse have a touch of elegance? A happy chicken is a chicken happy to lay eggs.

Jo Simmons added this to Think You Don’t Have Room for a Chandelier?Feb 2, 2017

Have fun. Alternatively, put it in a wholly unexpected place: the garage, the shed, even the henhouse!More: Ready to Install a Chandelier? Here’s How to Get It Done

Annie Thornton added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your One-of-a-Kind Chicken CoopsMar 9, 2015

Show us your coop’s personalized design details. Misty Keasler and Brian Gibb hired a woodworker off Craigslist to build this A-frame hen house in their Austin, Texas, backyard. Wood chips and roosting bars give the chickens plenty of space to rest, while a repurposed chandelier classes up the place and illuminates the activity below.

Mitchell Parker added this to 23 Ways to Put Your Home in Hipster CityMay 31, 2013

Add toys and chandeliers. Brian Gibb and his wife proudly display a limited-edition toy collection in their home, including these figures, which were made by Gibb to depict himself and his wife. Also, they have a chandelier in their chicken coop. Enough said.Shop chandeliers for your homeSee more: My Houzz: Toys and Art Make Merry in a Texas Home

Amy Renea added this to What You Need to Know Before Buying ChicksJan 9, 2013

The second worst place for your chicks is the coop, with its mature chickens, thick bedding and open water pans. They can drown in the water and get trapped under bedding. Mature chickens will even peck at the babies.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Adam added this to Indoor/outdoor BlendingMay 15, 2019

Chickens deserve a nice chandelier

miggiefish added this to Hen HousesDec 24, 2018

Live the chandelier in a hen house! It should generate enough heat to keep them warm in winter

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