RESTON, VA — Sales of kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities rose sharply in March, gaining ground even in the face of supply chain delays, inflationary pressures and other market headwinds, the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association reported.
According to the KCMA’s monthly Trend of Business Survey, released today, participating cabinet manufacturers reported an increase in overall cabinet sales 11.3% in March compared to March of 2021. Custom cabinet sales rose 17.4% over the same month last year, while sales of semi-custom cabinets gained 3.3% and stock cabinet sales were up 15.7%, the Reston, VA-based KCMA said.
Sales were up even more markedly in March compared to the prior month, rising 22.9% over February, the association added, noting that the latest sales gains follow on the heels of reported strong growth in 2021 and in January 2022.
Survey participants include stock, semi-custom and custom companies whose combined sales represent approximately 75% of the U.S. kitchen cabinet and bath vanity market, according to the KCMA.