There is a wide variety of beautiful finishes, textures and colours that can be utilised when desiging your new kitchen. Paul Tagget Kitchens offers many different types of finishes, including a range of colours and designs that will best suit your kitchen and surroundings. Paul Tagget Kitchens only use premium products that are long-lasting, durable and provide outstanding looks.

We can help you select colour and textures that will best suit your surroundings and achieve the look you desire. Options for finishes include Laminate, Timber Veneer, Solid Timber, Two Pac-Paint and Glass.

Laminate provides a hard wearing, low maintenance surface in an enormous range of colours and textures. Laminate doors can have matching laminate edging and patterns or can have edges in other materials. Laminate edging is available with square edge or rounded edging, which is popular due to its less sharp characteristics and is hard wearing.

Timber Veneer
Timber veneer finishes include thin layers of wood adhered to a particle board to create a very smooth flat timber surface - often much lighter than solid timber. Although Timber Veneer cannot be crafted like Solid Timber to achieve profiles, patterns can be created through the placement of veneered timber grains.

Solid Timber
Solid timber provides an elegance that sets it apart in any new kitchen and can be designed to suit both modern and country kitchens. Solid Timber finishes can be stained in the natural colours to achieve the look you desire. There are a range of timber finishes available to complete your new kitchen including, Jarrah, Spotted Gum, Blackbutt, Brush box, Merbaua and Tasi-Oak.

Two-Pac Paint

Custom made doors are applied with a commerical grade two-pac paint to achieve an unrivalled appearance. When choosing two-pac paint for your new kitchen you may also choose from a range of two-pac finish options including 'Stain', 'Matt' and 'High Gloss'. Two-Pac painted doors can be made in any colour to your specification to achieve the look you desire for your new kitchen.

Glass can be incorporated into any new kitchen design to break up the solid cupboard appearance and to provide an easy to clean surface that looks fantastic. Glass can not only be incorporated into the cabinet doors but may also be utilised as splash backs. Glass in available in wide range of finishes, colours and frostings.