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This article appeared on JANUARY 29, 2015 in the TEANECK SUBURBANITE.

Miriam Stern Color Consulting of Teaneck has been awarded “Best Of Houzz” for Customer Satisfaction by Houzz, an online platform for home remodeling and design. The color consulting firm was chosen by the more than 25 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than 500,000 active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals.

The Best Of Houzz award is given in two categories — design and customer satisfaction. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the more than 25 million monthly users on Houzz, known as “Houzzers.” Customer Satisfaction honors are determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional receives. Winners will receive a “Best Of Houzz” badges on their profiles, helping Houzz users around the world who discover and love a professional’s work to learn even more about that business’ popularity and satisfaction rating among their peers in the Houzz community.

Miriam Stern is an award-winning artist who has been exhibiting her art for more than 25 years. She has also run a successful decorative painting business where she painted murals and created faux finishes for walls, floors, ceilings and furniture.

Her experience working with architects, designers, and decorators, she said, has enabled her to make the transition to become a color consultant “easy and smooth.” Her skill with paint and color together with her ability to listen to her clients and understand what they need has made her a knowledgeable and qualified color consultant.

Miriam is proud to announce the publication of an artist’s book called Miriam Stern which represents over 40 years of her artistic production. The book is divided into chapters with full color reproductions that focus on subjects that range from personal identity to feminism and Jewish culture with a wide range of figurative and abstract imagery. The book includes 89 high quality, full color plates, an essay written by the artist and critic Sharon Butler of and an interview by Sandee Brawarsky, culture editor of