My Houzz: Toys and Art Make Merry in a Texas HomeFarmhouse Shed, Dallas
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DallasWhy shouldn’t a henhouse have a touch of elegance? A happy chicken is a chicken happy to lay eggs.
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.
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