It was founded in 1902 by Robert Mould, Romo is a family run business in its fifth generation.
The founding brand of The Romo Group, Romo is recognised for its assorted library of traditional and contemporary designs and versatile plains, delivering a diverse style and timeless classiness enriched with a cultivated colour palette.
Based in Nottinghamshire, UK, with offices and showrooms in London, Europe and the USA, The Romo Group now has six founded brands all of which have their distinctive character and style. Each brand has its in-house design studio producing a diverse range of fabrics, wallcoverings, trimmings and accessories to suit consumer tastes and demands worldwide.
Years of experience and unique British design are the foundations of the Romo brand. Since launching its in-house design studio in the 1980s Romo has continued to expand and is now a market leader in designer textiles and wallcoverings.
Led by Design Director Emily Mould, the Romo studio is a constant hub of activity and creativity, an abundance of sketches, paintings, fabric and colour charts, the studio walls are a persistent source of inspiration. Each launch the designers explore new ideas, finding inspiration in an array of influences from expedition and fashion to nature and the outdoors.
At C&H we have Romo designer wallcoverings and cushions featuring calm colour pallets and bold contemporary designs. Some of the most popular wallpaper collections include Etsu which features intricate weave and metallic highlights rich in distressed texture and replicated motifs. The Floris collection has beautiful blossoming branches inspired by Japanese gardens, a rich blossom montage as well as contemporary geometric designs and flourishing catkins. The Japura collection is filled with tropical scenes and exotic foliage, enriched by considered intonations of lustrous metallic, adding charming effects to alluring designs.
A visual and textural delight, the Lomasi wallpaper collection combines exquisite design with alluringly tactile qualities and sophisticated shades. Oxidised metallic tones add a glamorous touch to modern geometrics and a dramatic antiqued floral while shimmering beads depict ornate branches, decorative Moroccan tiles, and subtle organic forms.