BrushStrokes By Mary Anne “In the News”

Cumming, GA / UP IN CUMMING (MARCH 2016)

Up In CUMMING, 2016 MARCH EDITION features Mary Anne’s Article!

UIC, UP IN CUMMING MAGAZINE, Cumming, GA publishes Mary Anne’s Article:

“What’s the easiest and most effective Interior Design Trick? PAINT OF COURSE!”

By Mary Anne Merfeld

Date: March, 2016

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North Fulton / Forsyth Herald (August 2014)

The North Fulton local news resource for Cumming, GA featured the Opening of BrushStrokes Store & Workshop!

The North Fulton local news resource for Cumming, GA announces the Opening of BrushStrokes Store & and featured Chalk Paint Workshops!

The North Fulton local news resource for Cumming, GA featured BrushStrokes Store & Workshop!

“BrushStrokes Opens in Forsyth”

By Shannon Weaver

Date: August 11, 2014

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Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine (November 2008)

Mary Anne Merfeld of BrushStrokes By Mary Anne worked with Catherine Talkington of CaShae Interiors to create this stunning Chair Restoration!. Mary Anne finished the wood in a lightly textured off-white and hand-rubbed brown wax detailing in the crevices. The result? Old chair, great new look!

Better Homes & Gardens Remodel Magazine (February/March 2007)

Written by Andrea Cooley, Photography by Emily J. Followill, Produced by Lisa Mowry
Mary Anne Merfeld from BrushStrokes By Mary Anne painted built-in bookshelves and a fireplace mantel with a Habersham-like decorative paint finish creating a beautiful focal point for this home in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine (October 2006)

Big Impact, Tiny Budget. Low cost ways to give your home a fresh look! BrushStrokes By Mary Anne created a decorative parisian clock face onto the top of a dining table with coordinating chairs and hutch. They transformed an ordinary dining space into a special retreat for the family.

Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine (December 2005)
 Kitchen by BrushStrokes Decorative Painting

BrushStrokes By Mary Anne turns a plain white kitchen into a unique and updated space. Combining off-white, glazed cabinets with a contrasting Island painted in a soft celery green and then glazed to match the cabinets. This cost effective alternative to purchasing new cabinets creates a beautiful and inviting Kitchen at a fraction of the cost.