Chateau Chic - Beautiful Home Tour

Happy Sunday! It's time for another beautiful home tour as part of the Sunday Open House series and today's feature home belongs to Mary Alice at Chateau Chic. Her home is full of charm and vintage style and several dreamy collections. I started following her on instagram a couple of years ago and always love seeing her home and how she had it decorated, and you will too.

Here's Mary Alice sharing a little about her home and her inspiration. Enjoy the tour!

*Please visit Chateau Chic and pin images from her site*

Last year my husband and I sold our home in Northern Virginia to embark on a new adventure. We’re currently renting a cottage that was built as a barn in 1825 and later turned into a house. Even though we’re here temporarily, I wanted to make the cottage as much our own as possible.

My home has always been my palette, tweaked over the years, but always a reflection of who I am. From the time I was young, our home was filled with antiques and lovely collectibles thanks to my grandmother. When she passed on some of her ironstone pieces to me, I was hooked. Then came enamelware, and my collections have mushroomed ever since. These vintage goodies resonate with me, providing unique and sometimes one-of-a-kind treasures to use in decorating.

As far as my style, I love “the mix” and look for ways to make my arrangements stand out from the pack. Architecturals, vintage collections, and French accessories are my must-haves that add charm to my décor. I’m drawn to unpretentious, simple elegance; however, for me, less is not more when adding layers of vintage goodness.

It wasn’t until I discovered the world of blogging that I began sharing my home with a wider circle of kindred spirits. Blogging has provided a wonderful community that continues to stretch me in my creative endeavors.



























What's your favorite thing in her home? I love her vintage bread boards, vintage glass bottles, grain sack, and of course her ironstone collection.

Mary Alice offers vintage finds like you've seen in her home in her Chateau Chic Etsy Shop. Be sure to visit her and see what treasures she currently has. There are always such pretty items there and all of them would add a nice vintage touch to any space.


Her shop features vintage items including ironstone pitcher, wooden boxes, and more, and changes regularly as she adds different items. The items above a are sampling of some of her items. You can see all of the current items in her online shop here.


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Thanks so much for dropping by and taking the tour. Be sure to hop over and visit Mary Alice and her shop. 

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XOXOX,

Angie

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  1. Thank you so much, Angie, for the lovely feature!
    Mary Alice

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    1. Thank you for allowing me to feature your beautiful home and collections!

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  2. She has the perfect blog name - Vintage Cottage - and has done the name proud with touching her ecletic and unique home with her personal perfect style.

    Thanks for featuring such a neat home - I could stare at her items for a very long time - there's so much to see - much like visiting a museum. :- )

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    1. I could look at her collections all day too! So dreamy!

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  3. Angie,
    Thanks for featuring Mary Alice's beautiful home. I am friends with Mary Alice in blog land and love her wonderful style. I love that she connects her heart and love of vintage into her home. Swooning over all her pics. Just shows that if you own or rent you can make a place your home. Mary Alice has done that so beautifully with her cottage.
    Kris

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    1. So happy to feature Mary Alice. I love her style. And yes, what a great example of making temporary housing feel like home!

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  4. So happy to see Mary Alice's amazing home here today. Mary Alice is a beautiful soul and friend....Her talents are many as you can see and her style and love for all things vintage and French reflects that in her home. A wonderful, wonderful tour today!

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    1. Happy to have her home and collections featured! She's so nice and very talented. And all her treasures are lovely.

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  5. You could not have chosen a lovelier home or a lovelier person for that matter! Thank you for the tour!

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    1. So glad to feature her! She is definitely a lovely person with a lovely home.

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  6. Thanks for opening your home to us, the bloggers and non-bloggers, who really appreciate seeing your many lovely ideas!!

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  7. I have been a devoted of Mary Alice's blog for a long time and am so excited to see her featured here!

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    1. I too have followed her for a long time and am happy to feature her!

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  8. One of my all time favorite blogs! Love her style! Thanks for featuring her.

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    1. Mine too! Happy to feature her here and always look forward to her posts.

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  9. Angie, Mary Alice is of my favorites and has always been kind and supportive . I always love her treasures. My favorites are collection of ironstone and vintage crates

    Cindy

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    1. She's one of my favorites too, Cynthia. Her collections are amazing. And her ironstone is dreamy!

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  10. I have been following Mary Alice's blog for awhile and I always love to see what she is decorating. Her style is not only beautiful but soothing and cozy. This was a lovely feature!

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    1. So happy to feature her because I also love her style.

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  11. I truly love Mary Alice's home and decorating style. This is a great post and thrilled to see her home featured.

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