At the Tague Design Showroom, we specialize in helping create truly custom looks for your kitchen and baths. Not only will our beautiful displays give you a host of new ideas; our design professionals can help you assess custom options and decide which types of cabinets and countertops will function best for you – and express your unique design point of view. We can work with you to plan your entire kitchen or work in tandem with your architect or interior designer. Our goal: to give you absolutely top quality products, service, and value.

Custom Cabinetry & Built-ins

Custom Cabinetry & Built-insView Product Gallery

Cabinets are the building blocks of space planning, the essential components of storage and display, and the largest visual statements of your personal design style. The kitchen specialists at the Tague Design Showroom can help you select the woods, finishes, colors, and door panel configurations that will make your vision a reality. Our custom cabinet options range from classic Colonial to contemporary European… and we also offer storage and organization solutions that are as stylish as they are functional.

We have products available for viewing at our design showrooms in Malvern and Doylestown locations.

Learn more about Cabinetry in our product section

Countertops

CountertopsView Product Gallery

Of course, countertops are functional. They provide a smooth and level surface for food preparation and casual dining in the kitchen or for personal grooming in a bathroom. Thus, countertops have to be sturdy and easy to maintain. But countertops can also be some of the most beautiful elements in a kitchen or bath. Although granite, premium-grade laminate, wood, and solid surface counters are perennial favorites, new materials—like copper, glass, or poured concrete—have added to a custom kitchen’s design options. Let the professionals at the Tague Design Showroom discuss the possibilities with you.
Learn more about Countertops in our product section

(View our products at the Design Showroom in Malvern and Doylestown)

  • Concrete (Doylestown only)
  • Glass
  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Natural Stone
  • Quartz
  • Solid Surface
  • Wood