Ormewood Park, Atlanta. Photo Credit: Lyn Dodson

Ormewood Park, Atlanta. Photo Credit: Lyn Dodson


PAMELA BERGERI like pretty things. I suppose that’s why I’ve been hooked on home design blogs since their inception. It all started when I purchased my first home and seeking inspiration on a budget, I discovered Design Sponge and Apartment Therapy shortly after they debuted. These sites made my intention of creating personal, original style in my home fun and easy to obtain. With the emergence of thousands of new home design sites since, I have fallen smitten to the creative masses that share their inspiration and a bit of themselves each day. Humbled, yet eager to share, I decided to join the fray.

My full time career is as a television producer and whether I'm producing, taking photographs or blogging, I'm a storyteller at heart. My intention with Sweet Peach is to focus on the South because ever since moving from California, (originally from NY/ CT) I have fallen in love with the diversity, culture and craftsmanship found here and all too often, it’s underappreciated. With Sweet Peach, I want to celebrate the artists of the South and share and promote their hard work. 

BLOG POST SUBMISSIONS. Sweet Peach celebrates great design and artistry of the South. When I speak of the South, it encompasses 16 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia...plus D.C. 

CONTACT. If you have a submission idea or a general question, just email me here...

SWEET PEACH LOGO DESIGN.  A collaboration between Maeve Brooks of Too Wordy and Mak of Mak Was Here. Plus some incredible guidance for my entire site from the talented Russell Shaw and Bob Conquest.