Fee Greening’s pen and ink drawings are inspired by old alchemical drawings, illuminated manuscripts, and by her daily ambles in the wilds of Dorset, where she lives in a cottage that Vogue labeled “cottagecore at its finest.”
A graduate of Central St. Martins and The Royal College of Art, Greening has created designs for, among others, The Tate, The Royal Court Theatre, Fortnum & Mason, and Liberty. And she’s just introduced a group of botanical tiles from Balineum that are a companion to her wallpaper for CommonRoom, all made in the UK. Join us for a look at Fee’s scallop shells, lucky clovers, and snakes for every room.
Photography courtesy of Balineum and Fee Greening.
More artful tiles:
- Trend Alert: Bold, Hand-Painted Tiles by Designers and Artists
- Cheeky Delft Tiles with Twist by Petra Palumbo
- Wayne Pate’s Painterly Tile Collection for Balineum
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