1 Bookcases in Toronto's east end - one of my earliest jobs
2 Toronto bookcases, built with a bicycle for transportation and some tools in a backpack
3 Toronto bookcases ca. 1982
4 The biggest challenge in making melamine furniture like this is avoiding the use of visible screws. Assembly requires biscuits, glue and much clamping.
5 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.
6 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.
7 Jubilee Church library bookshelves
8 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.
9 My design program isn't really geared to cabinets, but I can get a good approximation.
10 This basement corner was fully filled by melamine cabinets faced by doors/panels from MapleCraft.
*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.
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