Happy labour day (public holiday here) in Oz! We are ecstatic to rise n shine today to an Instagram feed buzzing with kind words about our very own DIY chicken coop – which we’ve been able to share with the many thousands of readers on Helen Edward’s Recycled Interiors today (*pinch me).
Helen’s inspiring space on the web is all about promoting sustainable homewares and practices and subsequently fit our DIY recycled chicken coop perfectly. We’re also fortunate enough to be featuring Helen and her many ‘green tips’ on our site next Wednesday (stay tuned).
Would you like to know how to build a DIY chicken coop for under $300?
Queensland’s newbie hobby farmers Nikki and Luke of DIY renovation blog nooks & cranny set their sights high with plans to build a grand chicken coop of recycled materials. After watching a few Better Homes and Gardens episodes and scouring Pinterest boards Nikki said she knew exactly what she was after, an American barn red coop with a white diamond barn door to be quite specific. “How hard could that be to make,” she laughs. Today Nikki is sharing how to do it with a great guest blog post.
Want more? To read the full post on Recycled Interiors, please click across here for How to make a DIY chicken coop with recycled materials.
We’ve also recently launched our instructional plan :: How to make a DIY Barn Door which is sold in our online shop for only $6.99.