Now is the perfect time to start designing your 2023 kitchen so it will be ready to be ordered on the Massachusetts Sales Tax Holiday. Begin the design and planning process now, and place your order on Saturday, August 13th to save big on your kitchen.

Did you know? Kitchen cabinets are sold by the individual cabinet boxes. According to the MA Sales Tax Holiday regulations you can put multiple items on one invoice as long as each individual item is $2500 or less. There is no upper limit on the total invoice amount. This rule means that you can purchase all the cabinets for your entire kitchen tax-free. See rules and restrictions below.*

Take the tax holiday even further! Combine your tax break with our additional offers to spend even less.

*Rules and Restrictions for the MA Sales Tax Holiday:
  • The exemption of the sales tax (6.25%) applies only to tangible personal property bought for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Taxes must be paid on any material bought by contractors who are buying for their business and using a company check.
  • All items must be paid in full on Saturday with cash, credit card or check.
  • No prior orders with deposits can be changed to tax-free.
  • You can put multiple items on one invoice as long as each individual item is $2500 or less, there is no upper limit on the tax-free amount each customer may purchase.
  • Special order items are eligible for the sales tax holiday so long as they are ordered and paid in full on the sales tax holiday weekend, and the cost of each item is $2,500 or less, even if delivery is made at a later date.
  • All materials must be picked up at our Somerset location or delivered to a Massachusetts address. Materials delivered to Rhode Island are subject to the 7% RI Sales Tax.