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Hopefully you didn’t fly the coop before you guessed that this week’s “What the…?” is a stylish structure where chickens can roost.

While I bet a rabbit, guinea pig, cat or any small pet would feel pretty spiffy in this abode,  Heather was first and right on target with her hen house guess. Officially, it’s a Breed Retreat designed by Frederik Roijé.

It would make a pretty sleek desk too, wouldn’t it?

Don’t forget to e-mail us at designhappens@hgtv.com if you have any great design head scratchers for our readers.


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3 Responses

  1. Linda says:

    did any one see the endless yard sale tonight. We were so disapointed in it. When this show started out it use to show the endless yard sale and peoples finds. Now it is nothing but another decorating show. Don't you think we have enough of that???? They really did not talk about the endless yard sale. Like it goes through how many states! HGTV failed big time with this and we will never waste our time with it again!

  2. Joyce Allard says:

    It was such a treat to see a real Color Splash show today. Old friends Danielle, Ian and Clare were a joy to watch. This was an intelligent, entertaining show, so much better than the barely organized chaos we see from the Miami show. Please show more of the San Francisco episodes. I would far rather see re-runs of those than the alternative. Thank you very much.
    Joyce Allard, Derry, New Hampshire.

  3. Got my first letter yesterday! Loved it. I feel like I’m a element of something wonderful that is definitely just starting to come about. Feeling a strange feeling of community around it all. Maybe you are on to something here! Who would have ever assumed that men and women would truly print out words on paper just to have it sent through the mail to another person’s mailbox. Next thing you know, peoe will probably be growing their own food and walking or riding bikes everywhere. It’ll never ever perform, damn progress.

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