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Unique Storage Solutions at Coastal Home Cabinetry

Unique Storage Solutions at Coastal Home Cabinetry

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Longing for an updated, organized space in your kitchen, bathroom or outdoor area? Coastal Home Cabinetry can help! Offering multiple lines of indoor and outdoor cabinets, Coastal Home Cabinetry has a cabinet solution to fit every budget. Owners Luke and Sandy Berkey are excited to offer closet systems in addition to cabinetry, making Coastal Home Cabinetry your ultimate storage solution.

With Luke’s background in construction and custom cabinet building, and Sandy’s background in business, the couple knew the retail side of cabinetry would be a great fit for them. They now invite you into their beautiful showroom, recently opened on July 1, to browse the cabinets and closet systems on display and design your one-of-a-kind dream storage spaces.

Coastal Home Cabinetry offers three lines of indoor cabinetry available in multiple colors, finishes and styles from traditional to contemporary, as well the hardware to go with it. Looking for wood or butcher block countertops to pair with your new cabinets? They’ve got that, too! For the outdoor kitchen, outdoor cabinetry is available in stainless steel or Marine Grade Polymer, both able to withstand the test of time and Mother Nature. Luke and Sandy also have access to outdoor appliances such as grills and pizza ovens to complete your piece of paradise. If you wish for ideal organization, Luke and Sandy can help you design a functional closet system with all of the shelves, racks and drawers you need.

Luke and Sandy invite builders, designers, contractors and homeowners to come visit them at 904 Rt. 9 N. in Cape May Court House and browse their extensive line of quality products. Look out for details on their grand opening celebration this fall! For more information, call (609) 463-1442 or visit coastalhomecabinetry.com. 

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