2 The biggest challenge in making melamine furniture like this is avoiding the use of visible screws. Assembly requires biscuits, glue and much clamping.
3 The end wall of this split-level rec-room went deeper at the bottom so the base cabinets went deeper too. (I hate to waste space). The doors are from Maplecraft, everything else from my shop.
4 These are simple, melamine boxes with adjustable shelving, much like you might buy off the shelf at a big-box store. But they are designed to fit the available space, and provided with a custom built, white laminate counter top.
5 This is probably the most complicated collection of cabinets I've had to make and assemble. The doors are from MapleCraft Doors, with some modifications required to get the angles.
6 My design program isn't really geared to cabinets, but I can get a good approximation.
7 This basement corner was fully filled by melamine cabinets faced by doors/panels from MapleCraft.
8 Pull out shelves for the recylcing bins allow easy access and removal.
9 In small bathrooms, where there isn't much room for standard cabinets, storage units can be recessed into the wall for extra depth. This unit is made from MDF and painted.
Newmaker is the spirit that drives a lifetime of creativity, and is a reflection of the Creator who continues to make all things new.
H.James Company is the business name for the renovation services of Henry de Jong since 1991. Services have been offered as sub-contractor and as contractor, but primarily as a professional craftsman working alone. Working on small to medium size jobs allows a personal committment to executing every detail with the same care, and to working one job at a time, on a steady and predictable schedule.