When Todd Romano founded his original showroom in 1999, then on East 71st street, his dream was to showcase his love of antiques and his sense for mixing pieces from all different periods in a cohesive and fresh way. Today, over a decade later and relocated to the Fine Arts Building on East 59th street, Mr. Romano's showroom remains true to his vision and continues to deliver the inmitable look for which he has become known.
The showroom boasts an eclectic mix of antiques from the 17th through 19th centuries, contemporary art, beautifully upholstered furniture and interesting accessories. In addition to the distinctive assortment of antiques, the showroom carries custom wool dhurrie rugs designed my Langham and Fine, Christopher Spitzmiller ceramic lamps, exclusive fabrics by Bob Collins fabrics and wallpapers, and furniture and accessories designed by Mr. Romano himself.
Situated in the heart of New York City’s design district, Todd Alexander Romano Antiques and Decorations acts as a magnet for America’s top tastemakers. The well-curated and beautifully merchandised showroom attracts esteemed decorators like Bunny Williams, Mario Buatta, Charlotte Moss, Miles Redd, and Jeffrey Billhuber. The sophistication of his clientele is indicative of Mr. Romano’s unique and refined style.
the fall of 2010, Todd Alexander Romano opened his West Coast showroom in the
La Cienega Design Quarter. The brightly
colored, cheerful shop features attention grabbing art, an array of light
fixtures, exceptional antiques, and stylish accessories. Like the New York
showroom, the California location offers custom Langham and Fine rugs,
Christopher Spizmiller lamps and pieces from Todd Romano’s own line. Even with the wide breadth of items displayed, any of the handpicked pieces in Todd Alexander Romano would be well suited to a California home.