Media coverage from Angie Palmer, interior designer in Peachtree City, GA.

Elle Decor: 7 Ways to Make Your Bedroom a No-Stress Zone Right This Minute


Elle Decor’s writer, Sarah Grossbart, contacted Angela Palmer to discuss Palmer Kay Design’s approach to a local Peachtree City couple’s primary bedroom suite.

The clients longed for a serene space throughout the home, and their large windows look out to a beautiful stone patio and pool, and other beautifully landscaped surroundings.  They spend a lot of time in their bedroom sitting area which is adjacent to the pool, and functions as more of a family room.  The team focused on one core idea for the home:

Simplify the Color Palette

Consider this the design equivalent of cleaning out your closet. “When accents are placed in a room that are opposites on the color spectrum like green and red, the eye stops to notice the difference,” explains Angela Palmer, founder of Georgia-based Palmer Kay Design. “However, when the palette is simplified and colors are complimentary, the eye sort of meanders and it creates a more relaxed feeling.”

Selecting shades that complement the landscaping outside the window in this space, she commissioned a custom faux silk-covered headboard, crushed velvet bench, and luxe poly-cotton blend curtains in a saturated cerulean. The color plays well with the dark woods and tonal green of the walls, painted Benjamin Moore’s Camouflage.

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Two Sparrows Voillage and Christian City partner on project to house people with disabilities.

First Cottage Complete
April 2022

In January 2021 Two Sparrows Village announced a partnership with Christian City, Inc. to create an inclusive neuro-diverse housing option for adults with intellectual disabilities and autism.

A Christian City cottage originally built in 1981 for the children’s residential program will be renovated and repurposed to create four independent-living apartments for Two Sparrows Village residents to live on the 500-acre campus in south metro Atlanta.

In April 2022 Angie Palmer was with Jacque Thornton when Two Sparrows Village founder received the “key” to open their first cottage for adults with disabilities at Christian City. Angie was touted as “the amazing interior designer of the cottage.” A great achievement by all.

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At Home In Peachtree City
March 2022


Transferees Eric and Melissa Nettleton made some bold moves when it came to their relocation from Iowa to Peachtree City in 2020. For starters, they placed a contract on their home in The Gates neighborhood having only seen it via Facetime with their Realtor. Then, they decided to take a leap and hire a designer to help make their new house a home. A home that they could enjoy immediately, and for years to come.

Read the full article online showcasing Angie Palmer’s work on the Nettleton’s move from their Iowa home.

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The Happy Place
March 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has irrevocably altered the meaning of home life. Home is now a place of refuge from the virus, a sanctuary, a space of respite, a school base and a site for working remotely. We’ve learned to decrease the tempo of our lives and increase the precious moments spent with our loved ones. As a result, home has become our happy place.

Read how her clients are overwhelmingly asking her to create peaceful, calming surroundings in their homes during a time when the outside world remains uncertain and scary. “Now, more so than ever, we need to surround ourselves in our home with the things we love and cherish, among walls that embrace us, from color and lighting to furnishings and furniture.

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Sweet Sanctuary
in Sandy Springs

Empty nester professionals with a fast-paced lifestyle desired a special space for relaxation in this family room located on the second floor of a 6,000 square foot traditional style home in an exclusive Sandy Springs neighborhood.

The family room, part of a three-room remodel, became a transformation project to meet the clients’ needs.

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Welcome to Stoney Brook

Learn about this original couple who moved into Stoney Brook in 2018. Their love of wildlife was a big draw to the neighborhood. “We have deer in our yard every day and we love listening to the calls of owls. We’ve spotted fox, the occasional armadillo and all the beautiful songbirds.”

Read about Angie and her husband J.B. Fisher in this article from the Lake Kedron Living magazine.