© 2019 A Lady's Touch, Inc. All rights reserved.
P.O. Box 82677
Conyers, GA 30013
“Good work is not cheap, and cheap work is not good.”
Wanda perfected her interior design talents and skills while attending New York Institute of Art & Design. She also attended American Intercontinental University where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (magna cum laude). She later attended Brenau University where she earned a Masters in Interior Design. Her hands on approach allows her to ensure all projects are completed to the satisfaction of her clients.
Wanda has over 20 years of design experience in both commercial and residential design. Her specialty includes: space planning, color theory, room makeovers, renovation, and renderings using several computer aided design tools. Her background in real-estate (licensed realtor) allows her to be more insightful about pairing a client with their home design styles and elements. She founded her home based business 'A Lady's Touch, Inc.' in 1996. She also has worked at a large office furniture firm, as well as a fortune 100 company doing space planning.
Wanda is also an interior design educator having served as an adjunct professor at both American Intercontinental University and Brenau University.
Wanda has been asked to hold interior decorating/design classes and workshops at numerous retailers; including Hobby Lobby, Kirkland's, etc.
“Let us give your home or business a lady's touch.”
"We were featured in the Georgia Chamber of Commerce newsletter 'Trend Magazine'. Only 12 of the over 4,000 member businesses in Georgia are profiled by the chamber each year. We were excited that the Georgia Chamber felt 'A Lady's Touch' was worthy to be one of the select few chosen."
Wanda Gilchrist founded 'A Lady's Touch, Inc.' in 1996. She saw a need for an affordable, yet high quality, interior design service in the Atlanta metro area.
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"Our recent kitchen design was featured in the 'Atlanta Home Improvement' magazine 2021 design and decor contest. We were one of the nine contestants chosen from hundreds of designs."