What is the Chateau font?
On the one hand Chateau is almost palatial but at the same time it has a quite earthy personality as represented by the stenciled strokes.
However, this stencil effect serves to refine the strokes by creating the illusion of a completed thin stroke. Chateau is more of a hybrid roundhand script with its contrasting ornate capitals. More…
Originally a fortified residence in France was called a Chateau. Today there are many estates with true Chateaux on them in Bordeaux, but it is customary for any wine-producing estate, no matter how humble, to prefix its name with “Chateau”. This is true whether the building itself is a magnificent palace or a shack. The distinctive chateau architecture was in inspiration for the name of this script.
Chateau is ideal for packaging design, invitations, announcements, headlines, brochures, menus, weddings, scrapbooking, etc. Chateau is available in Opentype, Postscript and Truetype for Macs and PCs.
Chateau Font families
The Chateau includes the following font families:
Here is a preview of how Chateau will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.