Our chick nursery is our upstairs bathroom. I took a plastic tub that I had and cut out the center of the lid. We used nuts, washers, and bolts to attach hardware cloth to the cutout area. Then we used scrap lumber from the chicken coop to throw together a stand from which to hang our heat lamp. You can see the setup below.
Here is what we saw when we opened the box. Five little chickies all huddled together. The white rectangle is a heat pack that was in the bottom of the box. The green glob is gro-gel that is there for them to eat if needed during their transit time.
Oh my goodness! They are so tiny and cute. I snapped this photo of me holding the one that I think is a Rhode Island Red. It is a really pretty brownish red color. My oldest son's chicken is a Buff Orpington which is tan and my youngest son's is a White Leghorn (pronounced leggern) and it is yellow now but will be all white. So it was easy to tell them which chicks are "theirs".
Here are some of the girls getting used to their new home. I have paper towels on top of cotton hull bedding right now. When they are so little it's hard for them to walk through litter, so they'll have paper towel bedding for a week or so. It will be easy to pull out and change when it gets soiled.