Sugerman's Solutions Barry Sugerman, Architect, A.I.A. 

Sugerman's Solutions

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Problem: Owners had no place to display their collection of decorative pottery.

Sugerman’s Solution: Sugerman filled the back wall of the kitchen with complementary nooks and niches to house the collection and keep the cabinets from becoming heavy looking. Open, “flying” shelving add a delightful detail to the space, while traditional elements, such as ample pull-out pantries and classic cabinetry in handy locations keep the whimsy in check and the overall aesthetic clean.

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