Cottage Coop Fence Painted White!
So the fence is finally primed and painted white! I am really pleased with the way it all turned out! I decided to not paint the Cottage Coop and allow it to fade to grey. I think it will be a fabulous accent to the coop area and the Fishtail Cottage garden!
Here is the latest and greatest photo’s to share with you of it all!
I know there will be subtle changes made here and there over time, & I promise to share those changes with you….I’m very excited about the coop area & what it has added to our home! The hens (Pearl, Anna May, Gizmo, Daisy & Josie) all seem to be getting along nicely & appear to be happy! Thanks for coming by to visit & see to the newly painted fence of the Cottage Coop!
To see what I am linking to this week – please check my “Cottage Links” label…xoox, Tracie
I think those lucky birds live better than most people! Looks like ia little bed and breakfast spot!
The roosters look so adorable in there ♥
The coop is just darling! What a lovely addition to your home. I think that over time it will turn gray and be perfect!
All the Best,
I love what you have done.
Love the picket fence painted white, it makes the coop look so quaint. Wonder if your chickens know how lucky they are?
I use to have two chickens. Lucy and Harriet. Lucy was red and Harriet was brown. They would leave little notes for my children to read when they came home from school.
We had so much fun with them. My favorite thing was when they followed me around in the garden as I was weeding. I loved to hear the little clucking sounds they made it was so comforting. Enjoy your chickens!
Tom Sawyer could not have done a better job on that fence. Love the whole chicken retreat. My heart skipped a beat at the sign of your darling metal cart. Also, love the hooks on your fence. Those chicks aren't going to know how to act in such a fancy abode. Oh btw, love all of their names!
What great fun you are going have and all the fresh eggs.
Have a sweet day, Elizabeth
The little mailbox full of lavender is favorite though
Your chickens are so lucky to have such a wonderful home!
Is that Bantams and Silkies I see? We had a few of both growing up..along with the Rhode Island Reds. Silkies are so pretty. Wish I was in an area where I could have them now.
We had one little Banty Rooster that was just evil! He had these long spurs and he would fly/jump on you..he uised to scare me! LOL
Have a great weekend!
Think I will just have to use it for inspiration!
Hope you're having a lovely week.
Cassy from Acoustic Guitar Lessons
I'll be featuring it tomorrow. Hope you are doing well and enjoying summer!
Jami @ An Oregon Cottage
So fancy! I had to cover and enclose my coop because of an evil fox!!
Poor girls, I can't even let them run around the yard unless I'm with them, that fox is to dangerous!