About

Chateau & Bungalow launched in the Fall of 2009 featuring a collection of inspired interiors, events and objets suitable for a range of styles from the cozy beach cottage to the grand mansions of our home town of Newport, RI. In July of 2013, Chateau & Bungalow opened it’s first store at 80 Thames Street in Newport, RI. We believe that your home and events should be filled with things that make you happy and that quality, not quantity is the key to living the good life, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find the perfect piece at a yard sale. We love color, monogramming, using objects in unusual ways, and timeless pieces.

SARAH O’NEILL FERNANDEZ, FOUNDER, DESIGNER AND EDITOR
With over 10 years in the home furnishings and design industry and having participated in the Rhode Island School of Design’s Interior Design Certificate program, Sarah has a discerning eye for home design from the totally practical to the absolutely breathtaking. After launching Chateau & Bungalow as a blog in 2009, Sarah opened its first brick and mortar store in Newport, RI in the summer of 2013 and launched an online store in 2014. Sarah has also been a regular contributor or had her work featured in several local and national media outlets including TLC.com, DuJour, Yahoo Shine, Parentables, Newport Weddings Magazine, Newport Life, Naturally Savvy, and Puddingstone Post. She lives in a constantly evolving home in Middletown, RI with her husband and two children.

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8 thoughts on “About”

  1. I love your blog – very creative and inspiring!

  2. Carroll Garland said:

    What a new world of experience. Thrilled to peek in on these many new ideas and products displayed in such a visually pleasing manner. Keep us informed! Carroll Garland

  3. Hello!…I am searching for a sail canopy identical to the one pottery barn USED to sell…the white and blue one that you have posted on your blog. It is no longer available through pottery barn…HOWEVER, I read that your hubby is a sail maker?!? Do you think he would be able to make me one identical to the pottery barn one? And if so, what would the cost be? Please reply at sarayost@live.com. Thank you SOOO much!

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