It’s a staple of the New England coastline: the cedar-shingle-clad house. Here are 10 of our favorites from members of the
Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory; some modern, some stained, some weathered by sand and sea air. Above: The 1930s Rhode Island summer cottage of entrepreneurs Dara and Dan Brewster is perched on the coast of Sakonnet Point. Photograph by Nicole Franzen, featured in The Brewsters at Home in Little Compton, RI. Above: An owner turned her once-dilapidated sunroom in Waban, Massachusetts, into her home office and entered it into the Best Amateur-Designed Office Space contest in Remodelista’s 2014 Considered Design Awards. Above: Portland, Maine–based Whitten Architects designed an expansion to a 1915 shingled cottage on Boothbay Harbor, Maine. (The firm was a finalist in the Best Professional Office Space contest in our 2014 Considered Design Awards.) Photograph by Rob Karosis, courtesy of Whitten Architects. Above: A seaside shingled house on Whidbey Island, Washington, by Heliotrope Architects in Seattle. Photograph by Julie Marquart, courtesy of Heliotrope Architects. Above: A new house for a multigenerational family in Warren, Connecticut, designed by New York architect Deborah Berke. Photograph by Catherine Tighe, courtesy of Deborah Berke. Above: Wanting a weekend place outside the city, a NYC couple renovated a one-room A-frame cottage on Fire Island that had been built in 1945 from a Gimbel’s prefab kit. Photograph by , featured in Kate Sears . A Chic Fixer-Upper on Fire Island, Budget Edition Above: Whitten Architects designed a camplike house in Scarborough, Maine, for a young NYC family. Photograph by Trent Bell, courtesy of Whitten Architects.