About S.A.SpoonerGetting to know the company
Stephen Spooner began S.A.SPOONER in 1998 after a five-year apprenticeship with James Longley & Co Ltd in West Sussex.
In his time at James Longley, Stephen worked on several large contracts, including the refurbishment of Arundel castle and the restoration of the interiors of Hampton Court Palace after their destruction by fire in 1986.
After redundancy, Stephen worked as a journeyman, travelling between workshops until finally starting his own business with a workshop of his own.
He will take a project from first consultation through manufacture, to final installation – and put traditional quality into every detail.The woods used, style of work and type of project are based on the customer’s own requirements, and the finished pieces are tailored to their taste, needs and budget.
Either furniture, kitchens, period fittings or a folly – everything is supplied with good old fashioned quality service.
City and Guilds Advanced Craft Qualifications and a proud member of The Institute of Carpenters – giving Stephen a FIOC Craft Fellowship level.
We are interested in working and developing ongoing project relationships with; other joinery companies, Architects, Interior designers, contract managers, project managers commercial and private clients
Also happy to explore collaborations with other craftsman and designers.
Starts with our choice of quality chosen suppliers who have pride and knowledge of their product. This is a standard we pull through all aspects of a project using consideration at every stage.
We aim to consider your wants and need in each of the layers of commissioning process, what ever the product or service you have chosen.
We do not come to a project with fixed ideas or designs, what we provide are options, choice and years of experience in traditional and contemporary design.
We are passionate about our craft and take pride in all the items we produce. We expect many of the projects we have been involved in to out live us.