Meet the Woodworker
Michael Jekubik started building and designing furniture in 1982. He is a trained engineer who uses tools such as Auto-Cad to spec out and design every piece that he builds.
Mike uses old world joinery techniques and solid woods in all of his furniture and custom collectible and doll cases. He enjoys making furniture from his own designs as well as working with the customer to create a custom design. Mike offers his custom furniture at similar pricing found in retail furniture stores.
Our 1,500 square foot workshop has plenty of room for all the woodworking equipment we have accumulated over many years. Our specialized equipment allows for the finest of details to be incorporated into your furniture or display case. Different finishing techniques are utilized depending on the project, the wood, and the type of use for the particular piece. Our spacious workshop allows us room to personally oversee all stages of the construction from storing of the wood to be used to final finishing touches.
All of our wood is handpicked to ensure that every piece we produce will be unique. While we make most of our furniture out of the standard varieties of maple, oak, cherry, mahogany, cedar, teak, we also make custom work from more exotic woods such as ipe, zebra wood, or purple heart. We will work with you to pick the best variety and product of wood for your project.
All Chameleon Woodcrafting cases are made with real glass and expertly finished; Shipped to your home ready to use – simply slide the glass panels into place and add your collectibles.
All our display cases are designed and built to last for generations and after 28 years we are proud to say that many, many of our cases have been passed down already.