The Rosemary Beach home was originally a stone structure with dark walnut trim and a roof, while the adjacent new structures featured similar taupe-colored stone with a contrasting silver metal roof.

The homeowners preferred a residence with an old European appeal to inhabit rather than a typical beach house. The interior’s warm taupe palette, mahogany wooden flooring, tall windows accented with dark wood, and Byzantine lighting over the staircase all contribute to the old-world ambiance.

The compound is lushly landscaped, featuring assorted flora that contrasts with the stone pebble walkways down the property’s slope, adorned with boulders and stone terracing. This landscaping was expertly executed by Dabney Peeples (of Dabney Collins, South Carolina).

Additionally, Kay Douglas Interiors (based in Atlanta) orchestrated the home furnishings to complete the European atmosphere.