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Custom Cabinetry Celebrating 25 years serving the Suncoast, Contemporary Cabinetry and Closet Concepts has spent those years focused on providing excellent customer service and designs for kitchens, closets, wall units, home offices, armoires and Murphy beds.   Thanks to virtually unlimited capabilities, “We can express our clients’ personal style in almost every way possible,” says […]


Custom Cabinetry
Celebrating 25 years serving the Suncoast, Contemporary Cabinetry and Closet Concepts has spent those years focused on providing excellent customer service and designs for kitchens, closets, wall units, home offices, armoires and Murphy beds.
 
Thanks to virtually unlimited capabilities, “We can express our clients’ personal style in almost every way possible,” says owner Jerry Beatty.
 
Using innovative designs, a variety of materials and finishes, and state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities, Contemporary Cabinetry and Closet Concepts can produce high-quality, custom closets, kitchen cabinetry, pull-out storage and more in its 12,000-square-foot showroom and manufacturing facility.

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Lee furniture at Southern Design Living.

Sustainable Furniture
Specializing in unique coastal furnishings, Southern Design Living is happy to announce the addition of Lee brand furniture to its store, located at 2980 Placida Road in Englewood. With 43 years in the industry, Lee uses 98 percent  sustainable and recycled materials that are earth-friendly and made in the USA.

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The Isabella model from London Bay Homes.

Second Annual Model Home Showcase
London Bay Homes’ second annual Model Home Showcase and Charity Challenge is now underway at The Founders Club.  Now through April 1, visitors can tour three of London Bay’s newly decorated models—the Laurel, Traviata and Isabella—while supporting one of three local nonprofit organizations: Humane Society of Sarasota County, Sarasota Orchestra and the Florida Suncoast Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. 
 
Last year, more than 1,500 visitors attended and nearly $5,000 was raised for the three charities that participated. Tickets for this year’s tour are $5 per person (kids are free), and all proceeds will be donated to the charity of the attendees choice. At the end of the eight-week charity challenge, London Bay Homes will again provide additional funds to the charity that has the most ticket sales. The homes may be viewed Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit milliondollarmodelshowcase.com.
 

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