22 DIY Luxury Chicken Coops You Need In Your Backyard

1  Colorful and Homey
When we first saw this brightly painted coop we only had one question—can we move in? With colorful shutters and a picket fence, these lucky chickens live in high style.

2  On The Farm
This family didn't stop at designing their own chicken coop—they added DIY decorations too. Bonus: The cute "on the farm" sign lists the names of all its feathered residents.

3  Shades of Blue
When this family spotted a coop they liked for $600, they decided to make their own version at a fraction of the cost. Its hinged door folds outward, making it easy to reach in and grab eggs.

4  Chick Brooding Cabinet
While this upcycled cabinet isn't quite large enough to be a full chicken coop, it's the perfect spot for brooding chicks. Just attach backing and chicken wire to a vintage armoire.

5  Cheery Yellow
Thanks to some bright paint and blossoming flowers, this cheery coop—it even has its own window boxes—looks like a tiny house.

6  Bluegrass Coop
There's a lot to love about this backyard coop—the pastel details make it as pretty as it is functional.

7  Repurposed Swing Set
Give your old swing set's A-frame structure new life as a coop by attaching iron sheets and covering it with mesh netting.

8  Pretty & Functional
Sitting underneath sweeping trees for shade, there's something about this handmade coop that just looks like home. Branches make the perfect curtain rods for an elegant entrance.

9  Repurposed Crib
Don't throw out that old crib—turn it into a coop by covering it with chicken wire. It's the perfect size for free range chickens to eat, lay eggs, and sleep.

10  Rustic-Modern
Made from reclaimed wood, this bright red coop boasts skylights, vinyl flooring, nesting boxes, and roosting bars. But we think its cutout door is the real statement piece!

11  The Chicken Ranch
You know that abandoned playhouse sitting in your backyard that your kids have grown out of? Clean it up, attach hardwire cloth to any openings, and build a base to transform it into a coop your chickens will love.

12  Raised Cube
Raised on cedar posts, with an enclosed area underneath, this plywood coop has a foundation similar to a small shed. Around the coop is a fully-enclosed chicken yard made from hog wire.

13  Cape Cod-Inspired
This Cape Cod-inspired structure is prettier than many human dwellings! You can build it yourself using stock building materials and hardware from Home Depot.

14  Red, White, and Blue
We always love a red door, but we especially love the one on this adorable A-frame chicken coop.

15  Converted Dog House
Not sure where to start when it comes to building your coop? Use a dog house as your base.

16  Little Red Barn
Made from pallets, this little red barn-inspired chicken coop is oozing with country charm.

17  Garden Oasis
This coop's classic green-and-white color scheme blends seamlessly into its garden surroundings, making it a true backyard retreat for your chickens.

18  Quaint Cottage
This adorable cottage is actually a chicken coop in disguise—wander across the porch, and you'll find a shabby chic chair and chandelier inside.

19  Red & Repurposed
Use an old playhouse as the base for your chicken coop and you'll be able to skip a lot of steps along the DIY route!

20  Pallet Project
It took eight weeks to put together this backyard chicken coop using wood pallets. A cute planter by its entrance adds the perfect finishing touch.

21  Geometric Dome House
Keep your chickens on trend with the latest innovations in architecture with this unique coop design.

22  Urban Planter
If you have a small backyard, turn your chicken coop into a spot for herbs to grow, too, with a rooftop garden.