Quality Chicken Coops and Garden Structures for the Backyard Farmer. Handmade in Ballard, WA, USA
This modified “Portage Bay Coop” has an extra two feet of space to the right with a raised bed on top. We also added a shingle roof and a purple double exterior nesting box.
We just passed the 50,000 mark for pins on Pinterest for our Williams-Sonoma “Cedar Chicken Coop with Planter. Thanks for all the love!
My Living Roof Dog House is now available through William-Sonoma! Designed for a medium sized dog and ready to plant with sedums or other drought-tollerant plants (like the wonderful “Sempervivum Fame.” shown below). The living roof keeps your pet cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Made of Western Red Cedar siding, galvalume roofing, and pine …
The first “Saltbox Coop” was built in March of 2010, and we made 47 more that year. In 2011, the total grew to 69. Last year we made 102. Thanks to all the fans for making this a viable enterprise!
We have Warre’ Beehives back in-stock. Made from 7/8″ thick Western Red Cedar for temperature stability and superior rot-resistance. Fasteners of stainless steel. Three box model with viewing window is $300
We were surprised to see my coop on the front page of the Wall Street Journal yesterday!: Backyard Farming Gets Fancy
Our Williams-Sonoma “Cedar Chicken Coop with Planter” was featured in the coveted New York Times 2012 Holiday Gift Guide under Gifts for $250 and Over. It was chosen as one of 15 select products for this category. You can check it and other fine gifts here: New York Times
Had a great visit with cook, author and urban farmer Amy Pennington today. She called me to design a coop for another one of her fabulous urban farm installations, which now supplies some of the produce for Bennet’s Pure Food Bistro on Mercer Island.