Native and Florida-friendly plant materials frame the front of HGTV Smart Home 2013. Paying homage to classic shingle architectural style, the Florida home features a beautiful front porch, bright teal door and mosaic tile stair risers.
Located in Westhampton, this shingle-style house feels perfectly at home in the New England area. The open, informal layout creates an inviting atmosphere that's both family-friendly and ideal for entertaining.
A closer look at the front entrance reveals a chic black door matched with warm cedar shingles. The result? A space that's stylish while staying true to its roots. The French Bulldog makes a cute addition, too.
In addition to 4,428-square-foot floor plan with six bedrooms and four baths, this two-story shingled home features a sprawling backyard. Guests can follow a gravel pathway from the covered patio to the gardens.
The exterior façade of HGTV Smart Home 2013 pays homage to classic shingle architectural style with a wide front porch and fiber cement siding designed to mimic the look of cedar or cypress shakes. Planted between the picket fence and the front porch to draw attention, needle palm will grow to a height of 4-1/2 feet and provide needed massing in the landscape.
The cabana-style structure is open on all four sides for maximum flexibility with indoor-outdoor entertaining. The goal of the design was to create a structure that integrates with both the main home and the landscape, and also offers easy outdoor entertaining during all seasons.
This dog house, featured on HGTV All American Handyman, is perfect for a pint-sized family pet. Vented sides, a functional front door and a welcome mat make it a comfy outdoor spot for your four-legged best friend.
This picturesque home features a brown wood shingle exterior with a slightly red hue, a perfect accent to the gray rooftop and rust colored front door. A three-car garage provides ample space for stowing away vehicles, while perfectly manicured landscaping completes the grand overall look of the estate.
Andersen’s A-Series Transom Windows with Forest Green Exteriors and Specified Equal Light Grille Pattern add color and light to this Shingle-style home — a uniquely American look that traces its beginnings to the late 19th century.
With a main house and a carriage house for guests, this picture-perfect property in Montecito, Calif., needed several parking spaces. So the landscape architects installed a large driveway between the two structures, with rose bushes and lavender to break up all the stone.