After seven years on Lexington Avenue, Todd Alexander Romano has moved his shop. He helped revive a sleepy little stretch along Lex into an interior design shopping destination. The space was small, so it made sense to move to spacious new digs in the Fine Arts Building, at 232 East 59th Street, joining Neirmann Weeks, Bennison, Chelsea Textiles and others.
The mix at The Showroom includes 18th and 19th Century antiques and objects, custom Italian china, the fabrics of Tillet and Northcroft, dhurries by Langham and Fine (which used to be called Irving and Fine), and Christopher Spitzmiller's vivid lamps. Romano's great color sense and collector's eye make a visit to the new space well worth it.
Romano opened his firm in 1999, and established a loyal following for his fun use of color, great upholstery shapes covered in bold prints and making antiques look great mixed with modern pieces.
With great dealers in the building it is truly one stop shopping.
Tablescapes lure you in, making everything covetable!
Coffee tables and chairs eagerly await...
Tons of pillows are tempting....
Photos Courtesy of Todd Alexander Romano
Detailed pieces mix with clean silhouettes. This is a stop you need to make!