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About

Just Lovett Workshops is a sustainably focussed

Design Studio and Workshop in Farsley, Leeds.

 

We offer hands-on DIY Workshops in our studio, Creative Well-being Workshops and our Wellbeing Subscription service which helps employees to focus and to reduce the risk of burnout.

 

We help to improve individual well-being through creative practices.

Making something for yourself with your own hands is so empowering.

Our mission is to share that feeling with others.

We put creativity, sustainability and well-being at the heart of everything that we do.

All of our materials are diverted from landfill or sustainably sourced.

All of our packaging materials are fully recyclable too.

 

Our mission is to inspire people to get creative, to look after our planet and to be happy.​

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Sami graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2012 with a Ba Hons Degree in Product and Furniture Design.

Sami is a qualified Product Designer and Workshop Instructor.

Her creative practice combines digital fabrication and traditional woodwork techniques to create bespoke products.

Sami has worked as a Workshop Instructor in Schools, Colleges and Universities. She has helped numerous students bring their

ideas to life using various power tools and manufacturing processes.

She has also been running her own product design business

Just Lovett Design since 2018.

 

Sami's passion is teaching people how to be creative which is why we offer such a wide range of creative workshops.

Sami and her team teach creative workshops and corporate team building days where they teach a wide range of skills and activities to empower her students to design and make their own personalised products!

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Our Materials

Where we can, we try to use recyclable or biodegradable materials from local and British suppliers to decrease our carbon footprint.

We reclaim all of our laser cutting waste and offcuts

to create our own range of unique laser cut jewellery!

 

When we do have to buy new wood, we aim to ensure it's from a sustainable source.  

We don't buy more materials than we need, therefore cutting down on our waste.

Although we do use plastic to produce some products, they are designed to be kept forever not thrown away.

Sometimes we reclaim acrylic from other local companies to save it  from ending up in the landfill or our oceans.

Any waste materials we produce, we ensure that they are recycled or disposed of responsibly.

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