October 05, 2011

Light and Natural Florida Beach House

This relaxed and refined beach house in Rosemary Beach, Florida was designed by architect Bobby McAlpine and interior designer Susan Ferrier.

Here are a few details about the house:

Style: Dutch Colonial-inspired home with elegant but casual interiors that stand up to family life

Space: 4,800 square feet spread over three levels, with five bedrooms, six baths, an open living/dining area, and a downstairs den

Setting: The white sands of Rosemary Beach, Florida, just off scenic Highway 30A between Panama City and Destin

View: The shimmery blue-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico.         

Excerpt from Coastal Living

Instead of nautical stripes, kicky colors, or shell-themed accessories, Bobby and Susan are known for a refined mix of muted shades with gradations from room to room; layered textures such as distressed wood and soft, organic fabrics; and clean lines found on everything from gridded panes of divided-light windows to pared-down versions of traditional furnishings.                          

The use of distressed woods and farics resonates big with me during the fall season.  I love their view on beach house design and think it's a nice change from the norm.  Do you agree?


Light and Neutral Design: About the House

Light and Neutral Design: Their Style

Light and Neutral Design: Living Room

Light and Neutral Design: Stairwell

Light and Neutral Design: Dining Room

Light and Neutral Design: Kitchen

Light and Neutral Design: Master Suite

Light and Neutral Design: Master Bath

Light and Neutral Design: Designer Tricks

images via Coastal Living

3 comments:

  1. I AM MADLY IN LOVE!!! This is coastal living perfection in my opinion. If I had a beach house this is exactly how I would want it to look....AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Wow, this beach house is incredible. These are the sorts of places where one wakes up and just can't help but smile.

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