The nest box of this Seattle coop offers room for three chickens to lay eggs. A small entryway leads to the roost box, which has adjustable rods, a heater, and a hinged panel so waste can be cleaned from the outside.
The coop's green cement board, bar grating, and stained cedar echo the house's colors and materials.
Michael Viveiros' coop features a jaunty roofline that's a play on the gambrel form, and the barn-red board-and-batten siding matches the house's trim.
Michael Viveiros' coop is large enough to accommodate six hens.