Sweeping hipped roofs. Third floor dormers. A classical front porch.
The homes in this series take their names from hedge-lined streets of the Hamptons.
These stately houses draw inspiration from the later shingled designs of McKim, Mead, and White. This is the most formal home series but being the shingle style, it’s a relaxed elegance.
Simple trim. Complex rooflines. Rugged stone.
The homes in this series take their names from the harbors, bays, and coves of the Maine coast.
These playful houses draw inspiration from the creative shingle style homes of Maine architects like John Calvin Stevens and William Ralph Emerson. This series is borne out of the Maine spirit of individualism.
Low horizontal roof lines. Shed dormers. Covered porches.
The homes in this series take their names from the lakes and ponds of New York’s Adirondack mountains.
These understated homes are inspired by the down-to-earth shingled camps that line the miles of Adirondak waterfront. It’s the most casual series, perfect for family summertime leisure.