$100,000 Coop Lets Chickens Live Much Nicer Than You Do

Svetlana Simon's Beau Coop is the epitome of chicken luxury:

Slipping on your wellies, you start for the coop and are greeted by the pleasant clucking of your specially chosen flock and the site of the poshest hen house ever imagined. Your custom-made multilevel dwelling features a nesting area, a "living room" for nighttime roosting, a broody room, a library filled with chicken and gardening books for visitors of the human kind, and, of course, an elegant chandelier.

You may visit your chickens--provided that the butler will let you in.

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After looking at photos of Le Petit Trianon, I suspect that the coop is modeled more on the style of Versailles (pronounced ver sails), Ohio than the royal palace complex.
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Neatofactoid for ya: the $100,000 chicken coop was inspired by Le Petit Trianon house in Versailles, France, which was designed by Madame de Pompadour. She was the royal mistress (yes, an official position, actually) to King Louis XV.

And yes, the pompadour hairstyle was named after her.

To bring it full circle: one of Madame de Pompadour's hobbies was to breed chicken. So it all makes sense, in a bourgeois sort of way.
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