Norfolk Kitchen & Bath | Family Owned Since 1934

Kitchen & Bath Special Offers & Financing

We know kitchens can be expensive, and we want to help! Browse our current special offers below to learn more, or ask your designer about how you can save money when you come into one of our showrooms.

Current Special Offers:

Year-End Cabinet Sale!

Ring in the new year with some great savings on your new kitchen or bath. Receive a discount equivalent to the MA state sales tax, whether you live in Massachusetts or tax-free New Hampshire!

Available for a limited time only.

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Only $16,999 – As Seen On TV!

Custom kitchens don’t have to be expensive. This kitchen is competitively priced in an American-made, all-wood cabinet, with a shaker door in 2 popular painted finishes. Special features include soft-close doors & drawers, glass cabinet doors, a lazy susan, crown molding, quartz countertops, and free delivery.

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Only $19,999 – As Seen On TV!

Featuring an American-made, all-wood cabinet, this kitchen has many upgrades, including soft-close doors & drawers, dovetail drawer construction, beautiful crown molding, an island, and so much more. Did we mention that quartz countertops & delivery are included? All for under $20K!

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Special Project Financing

With our all-new financing options, you can select a plan that works for your family and shop for your new kitchen or bath with confidence. No minimums or prepayment penalties. Subject to credit approval.

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Throughout the year, Norfolk Kitchen & Bath has many special offers and financing options to assist you in the purchase of your dream kitchen! We work with our vendor partners to offer you additional, sometimes even exclusive promotions and upgrades, many of which can be combined with our own special offers for maximum savings. We also offer special project financing.*

*All financing terms, including annual percentage rate (“APR”), fees, charges, and repayment period will be provided to you by the lending partner and may vary by lending partner, state, and your individual creditworthiness.