In the Heart of the Cotswolds - The Moonstone Project
33. Kitchens and Fitted Furniture

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Moonstone Project Introduction
01. Existing Cottage & Demolition Works
02. ArchiCAD & Planning Proposals
03. Basement Floor and Blockwork Walls
04. Quadlock - ICF Concrete System
05. Basement Slabs
06. Waterproofing of Guest Wing Slab
07. Tanking to Walls
08. General Building and Blockwork
09. Slinkies
10. Boreholes
11. Steel Erection
12. Zinc Roof
13. Stone Lintels
14. Stone Walls
15. Gull Wings
16. Flat Roofs
17. Solar Systems
18. Oak Frame
19. Becker : Triple Glazing
20. Toughened
21. Timber Cladding
22. Heat Recovery Earth Pipes
23. Insulation & Passiv Haus
24. Solar Panels
25. Aquatron & Poo
26. Reed Beds
27. Underfloor Heating
28. Tiling
29. Stone Bath and Polishing Floors
30. Steel Staircase & Balustrades
31. Weather
32. Technology and Lighting
33. Kitchens and Fitted Furniture
34. Glass Stairs and Glass Box


Ian from Stephen Anthony Designs ( carried out the majority of all our fitted furniture, the kitchens, utility room, bedroom, wardrobes, first floor office and bar and shelving area. Their quality of craftsmanship is simply unparalleled, and I have absolutely no problem in recommending them over much larger and more well known and twice as expensive other kitchen companies. In addition to fitting out all 6 bedrooms, kitchens and office space, they had a devastating fire which burnt down 70% of their workshop during assembly of this project - and not once did they use this as an excuse, delivering all items on time to a very tight timescale.

Mark from TJ Joinery ( went on to build the library and ground floor office units, creating additional storage spaces, concealed shelving, large 1.6m wide glass door, beautiful oak glazed screens and door sets, games room and large 7m long cedar clad sliding entrance gate.

Both companies beautifully demonstrate how the smaller joinery / craftsmanship led companies, are more flexible, have higher standards of quality than the well marketed larger companies found in the national magazines. I would strongly urge people to seek out and find their local joinery companies.

Both Stephen Anthony Design and T J Joinery, were not fazed by any of the ideas that I gave them, willing to break out of their more traditional designs and try something fresh and modern, but at all times ensuring quality is never compromised.