Rose and Green is an interior design company that focuses upon the design and manufacture of unique, hand-crafted and sustainable interior accessories.


We specialise in producing individual floral designs using naturally preserved real roses and foliage that for last for years.


We also offer a unique range of interior accessories and Christmas decorations. Many of which have been made using reclaimed and recycled materials, creating something beautiful from something that would otherwise be thrown away.


All our interior products will provide those special finishing touches that make a beautiful home.



Tracey is the founder of Rose and Green

Torn between going to Art College or studying Maths at Exeter University, Tracey attained her Maths degree and became a Manager for a large Retail company. After raising her son and then becoming a floral designer in 2001, Tracey returned to college in 2008 to study interior design. With her son off to University Tracey finally decided it was time to start her business and launched at the Bath Christmas Market in 2013, with her unique handmade decorations. She shortly followed this by launching the preserved floral designs in 2015 at the Country Living Fair in London. 

Rose & Green won first prize for the best dressed chalet at the Bath Christmas market in 2019 and then during the Covid pandemic, Tracey came up with the idea of a rainbow Gnorbit (with a lockdown poem) and sales of these Gnorbits have since raised over £1375 for the NHS charities.



Big sister to Tracey and chief seamstress! She makes the stockings, angels and tree topper angels. Also on hand for the sisterly advice!


Mother to Tracey, knitted those beautiful tree stockings, packaged all the cards, and provided endless meals to the team when it was all systems go making for Christmas! Sadly Patricia passed away suddenly in 2018 and will always be a greatly missed member of the team and Mum.


The main Christmas pudding maker! Also a very talented, highly organised and hilarious friend who is nicknamed “Little Elf” , and keeps everyones spirits high!


Father to Tracey, retired carpenter and joiner, and producer of all the wooden items. Also made all the staging for the wooden hut at the Bath Christmas Market.


Lucy Bea

Lucy is Tracey's niece and an extremley talented artist. At only

12 years old she has designed and drawn her own range of greetings cards using inspiration from her friends and drawing from her imagination.


Tracey's son. Outrageously good looking, smart and charming. And not to mention modest! Chester designed this website and had no input in this what so ever!