362,564 shingle style Home Design Photos

Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
type of shingle did you use on the roof? Asphalt?
stone and shingles blend with the rock outcroppings.
trim color with bleaching oil shingles
This Shingle style home is seemingly built from the rocks on its site and anchored to its coastal landscape. Anchored in place, this home provides a perch over the rugged coast in true Shingle-style fashion.
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.
This Shingle style home is seemingly built from the rocks on its site and anchored to its coastal landscape. Anchored in place, this home provides a perch over
in true Shingle-style fashion.More: Capes Across AmericaHouzz Tour: Craft Modern Houzz Tour: Shingle Style Meets Soho on the Jersey Shore
“Austin Patterson Disston Architects” — Cabana Home
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
classic Shingle Style. The house is anchored to the land by stone retaining walls made entirely of granite 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
The roof and like the shingles
Love the style not the timber shingles
ns on Shingle StyleMedieval form. The medieval Queen Anne form is apparent in this newly constructed shingle-style house. Notice how the shingles curve into certain window groups and how the top-floor windows have a brow above them. Also authentic to originals are double-hung windows with divided lights
wrapped in shingle, which was one of several options of the style. Some had simple classical columns, while others had massive stone- or shingle-clad piers at their porches.Does your house have a medieval heritage?
“queen anne ext” — Jea Phillips
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
cottage style architecture was created by adding a 2nd floor and garage to this small rambler. Photography: Sicora, Inc.
What are Roofing shingles color and brand name?
What kind archieteture style of this building?
of roof shingles and the color?
I am building a similar style home and want the architectural arch that you have here above the garage but my installers are in no way competent of producing such a thing. Is it stucco?
brand/style garage doors? Thank you for posting, very beautiful.
The styling would most closely be associated with a "cottage" style home. Residential architecture is always interesting in that different elements will be used from different styles, but this one most closely aligns with the cottage styling.
“Front gardens” — cgelata
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Cape Cod Shingle Style
Cape Cod Shingle Style Home. Photography: Phillip Mueller Photography House plan is available for purchase at http://simplyeleganthomedesigns.com/Lakeland_Unique_Cape_Cod_House_Plan.html
building a shingle home and I'm not quite sure what I should do, but love whatever it is you did. :) Thanks so much for any help you can offer!
cedar shingles with a cabot semi-transparent stain.
Can you share what the shingle material is please?
The exterior is natural cedar shingles with a Cabots Semi-Transparent Stain
cedar shingles were finished with a Cabots Semi-Solid stain product. I do not know the exact color used. The house has since weathered into a beautiful gray-blue color. The trim was painted an off white - I believe linen white from Benjamin Moore.
“Love the lay out and exterior color” — kan6829335
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Rocky Ledge Entry
wood and shingles need a lot of upkeep
The shingles are plain Eastern White Cedar Shingles from Maibec, treated with Cabot Bleaching Oil.
Weathered shingle siding with black trim, fabulous!
water-front shingle style," says LDa's principal architect Douglas Dick. "The goal was to create a more tailored and less casual overall effect."
water-front shingle style," says LDa's principal architect Douglas Dick. "The goal was to create a more tailored and less casual overall effect."
Bold gestures and oversized elements, especially at the entrance and porches, add to a Shingle-style home's grandness. See more of this house
“Wimdow” — june2494
Fergon Architects, LLC
1 Review
Fergon Architects, LLC
shake shingles which weather to a silver-grey.
Shingle style. This new house most resembles the shingle style of Victorian-era houses. Beyond the defining, shingled exterior walls, an asymmetrical elevation shows steeply pitched roofs with varying eave heights and shed dormers breaking them. Varying sizes and grouping of openings, and especially
This styling is one of the most popular in American homebuilding now, especially in the Southeast. Note that in the three Victorian houses presented here you will find trim, columns and other features also influenced by classical architecture. Their medieval touches come from organic forms and irregular
“6 light door” — Gina Geraci
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
6 Reviews
Ridge Farm
fit this shingle-style home perfectly. But think about it: This same landscape would work well with a range of home styles.
This beautiful shingle-style home's small porch allows the owners to sit for a spell and admire their gardens.
interesting shingle style detail
shingle siding...Cedar shingles...traditional style
“bushes against the house” — hewletta
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Can we do fire retardant shingles?
Features of Shingle-Style HomesRestrained details. Compare this San Francisco example to other local Queen Anne houses, and you can see how modern this would have appeared in its time. Notice the restrained detailing and how the shingle texture unifies the house. Also
entrances.The style faded from popularity in a rapidly changing 20th century. Plenty examples of it survived and were pampered, while a few landmark originals were lost to neglect, decay and indifference. The 1975 documentary Grey Gardens, in which a shingle-style mansion sets the stage for a disturbing look
“Roof” — dhhcnm
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