249 shingles Staircase Design Photos

Stairway to second floor
John Mariani Architecture
cylindrical form that provides a focal point for the house. Covered in roofing shingle, the shape and the material continue through to the doghouse on the roofdeck
shingles are aluminum roof shingles by Atas Co. in Pennsylvania.
Who makes the shingles on the wall?
Shingle Style Overlooking the Beach
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
curved panel wall-like shingle elevation too
Shingle Style Overlooking the Beach
Beach Bay Point
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
views of the ocean, inspired Meyer & Meyer to break the mold of waterside shingle-style homes. The estate is comprised of a main house, guest house, and existing
views of the ocean, inspired Meyer & Meyer to break the mold of waterside shingle-style homes. The estate is comprised of a main house, guest house, and existing
Cedar Bluff
Siemasko + Verbridge
the Atlantic Ocean, this new residence adds a modern twist to the classic Shingle Style. The house is anchored to the land by stone retaining walls made entirely
taken from the site during construction. Clad almost entirely in cedar shingles, the house will weather to a classic grey. Photo Credit: Blind Dog Studio
Custom Home, Middletown, New Jersey
Rudolph Architects
Rudolph Architects designed this home in the Jersey Shore Shingle Style vocabulary. The 7,500 sf home is designed to take full advantage of the panoramic
Shingles on inside of internal balcony
A NEW PROJECT! Classic Seaside Shingle Style
Taste Design Inc
A NEW PROJECT! Classic Seaside Shingle Style
In the hallway a wool ikat rug adds an updated touch to the traditional shingle-style architectural details. These include the exaggerated crown moldings
Nissequogue Shingle Style Classic
R. Wade Johnson Design
Nissequogue Shingle Style Classic
Treehouse
Thomas Lawton Architect
blending softly into the hillside by use of curves, native stone, cedar shingles, and native landscaping. Outdoor rooms were created with covered porches
Treehouse
Thomas Lawton Architect
blending softly into the hillside by use of curves, native stone, cedar shingles, and native landscaping. Outdoor rooms were created with covered porches
Shingle Revival
FleischmanGarcia Architecture
Shingle Revival
Lakeshore Shingle
Heidi Hornaday, Architect, P.C.
Lakeshore Shingle
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