One of the most sought-after kinds of custom millwork is built-in cabinetry (also called ‘casework’). Items range from bookcases to base cabinets to bars, all constructed to fit perfectly in your home or office. The Tague Custom Millwork Division can even make ‘hidden’ and pivoting doors, fully built-in feature walls where open and closed storage flank a fireplace, and entertainment centers in which electronic components are recessed into the cabinets in order to avoid unsightly clutter.

Builders, architects, and homeowners choose custom cabinetry when free-standing furniture does not express their design concept, fit a room’s dimensions, or fulfill desired storage and display functions. Further, built-in cabinetry gives interiors a custom, finished look suitable for elegant homes and office suites.

Built-in cabinetry is perfect for:

  • Living Rooms
  • Dining Rooms
  • Family Rooms
  • Great Rooms
  • Play and Game Rooms
  • Libraries
  • Dens
  • Home Offices
  • Mud Rooms
  • Laundry Rooms

For kitchens and baths, most customers select from the many premium lines of custom and semi-custom kitchen and bath cabinetry Tague supplies, much of which is on display at our Design Showroom in Malvern, Pennsylvania.  But in almost all cases, even the finest kitchen cabinetry does not ‘translate’ into uses elsewhere in the home.  We can, however, match wood, trim details, hardware, and style so that, for example, the custom built-in cabinetry in an open-concept great room ‘matches’ the cabinetry in the kitchen.

Typically, we use materials such as birch plywood for cabinets, dove-tailed birch drawer boxes, blum hinges and full extension drawer slides, poplar face frames and doors, paint grade MDF panels, and stain grade hardwood in species ranging from cherry to oak to mahogany.  We have also made exterior cabinetry (such as that in outdoor kitchens) from PVC. Our shapers, tenoners, and CNC router – plus our employees’ many years of experience – allow for highly detailed, professional craftsmanship. If you’re looking for custom built-ins, please see our Custom Millwork Services page to learn more about the process and what to expect.