greige textiles

greige textiles is a micro batch textile line that is hand printed in California on only the finest Belgian linen, created by self-taught textile designer Christina Fluegge.  Each design is scaled from hand drawn images into patterns then hand printed on Belgian linen, making it a perfect fit for pillows, drapery and upholstery projects.

We have expanded our collection to include textures and stripes that accentuate our designs, as well as patterns created by a select group of talented artists that are commissioned.  Our line is crafted around the idea of living simply and beautifully every day.



Greige Textiles is delighted to introduce our first collection of wallcoverings. We started with the bold lines of two of our best-selling patterns, Tuile and Ward, and re-imagined them for your walls. These classics are printed on a paper weave ground in a variety of new colors that are adaptable to create a beautiful statement from powder rooms to bedrooms and more. In addition, we have created to two new patterns Ashby and Ciennese. Each pattern is inspired by our founder, Christina’s, love of mixing natural elements into her design details. Ashby is reminiscent of spring wildflower bouquets in their natural wild state. Ciennese is drawn as an interpretation of the intricate details of a spider’s web. Both are available in new color ways and some of our most loved colors on a smooth clay coat paper ground for a striking addition to any room.



Christina’s fabric designs are influenced by her adventurous spirit exercised abroad and within North America. Some of her most inspirational destinations include Paris, The Hawaiian Islands, Portugal and South Carolina and Mexico. These locations combined with the California lifestyle are the foundation for greige textiles’ collections and inspire the colors and patterns that appeal to the design community at large, along with their discerning client base. Each of her designs is a combination of inspiration from nature and her love of travel and is reflective of her interpretation of both.