This is the ultimate example of Shingle Style to me - check out the large stone base and posts, the roofline and the expansive porches, not to mention the setting.
Holy Gables Batman! The porches and irregular roof line make this Connecticut coastal home a great example of Shingle Style.
This newer iteration of Shingle Style borrows stylistic elements from that style as well as Victorian style, such as the details along the roofline.
I love this modern interpretation. It seems to get forms from vernacular structures like barns and sheds, and plays with the geometry in a very Venturi-esque way.
This modern version includes another popular Shingle Style feature, the screened-in porch. Often, an upstairs sleeping porch was included as well.
This home is more austere, barn-inspired than by a Shingle Style's usual forms, but that sea of shingles and its rustic sensibility compelled me to include it here.
Turrets are often a feature in Shingle Style homes.
This San Francisco rambler is a mish-mash of Victorian, Gothic, and Shingle Style elements.
The irregular roofline, gables, and porches give this home its distinct shingle style.
This Shingle Style farmhouse is my cottage dream home! It really doesn't get more charming than this.
I just had to throw in this fabulous pergola, which provides the perfect outdoor dining room.
Interiors were not always so rustic and included many beautiful built-ins and extensive trim work.
A stone base was often used on these homes in the past, and this modernized version includes its own version of that.