The founding brand of The Romo Group, Romo is renowned for its assorted library of classic and contemporary designs and versatile plains, offering a diverse style and timeless elegance enriched with a sophisticated colour palette.
Generations of experience and distinctive British design are the foundation of the Romo brand. Since establishing its own in-house design studio in the 1980s Romo has continued to grow and is now a market leader in designer fabrics and wallcoverings.
Romo collections are launched twice a year through our worldwide network of designers, retailers, distributors and agents giving our exclusive collections international brand recognition in over 70 countries.
The Romo Group comprises Black Edition, Romo, Kirkby Design, Villa Nova, Mark Alexander and Zinc Textile.
Notable amongst Romo’s collections are Linara in a compelling, updated palette of over 360 shades, Romo’s best-selling, iconic plain offers an unrivalled spectrum of colour that allows a freedom of expression and individuality. An exquisite cotton-linen blend, Romo’s Linara has a beautiful brushed finish with an exceptionally soft, peach-skin feel that adds a luxurious quality to this versatile plain. Highly acclaimed, Linara is a washable linen union that remains a go to plain offering style and versatility along with practicality and durability.
Quintessentially British, Romo’s Kelso collection conjures thoughts of a picturesque country retreat and scenic woodland walks. Reminiscent of time-honoured designs and handcrafted artistry the Kelso collection offers a modern take on tradition, comprising ten classic yet contemporary designs with a charming quality and inviting textural appeal. Natural qualities feature distinctive designs including wistful oak leaves, timeless checks, an intricate lace-inspired design and a hand drawn floral. Muted shades of soft grey, duck egg blue and pale green are incorporated in a palette of distinguished tones that further instil a sense of heritage charm.
Romo’s Elwin collection comprises four upholstery weaves with an organic feel and textural quality, encompassing an array of yarns from soft chenille to natural linen. Romo’s Elwin combines both an abstract and a small-scale geometric, a semi-plain and an enticing pixelated pattern. Displayed in an atmospheric palette of considered neutrals, deep charcoal, moss greens, soft pink and burnt orange, these durable weaves are an easy-to-use blend of contemporary colour and versatile design.
Romo’s Gardenia collection of fabrics was inspired by the botanical artist Alfred John Wise (1908-1985). Alfred John Wise’s passion for botanical illustrations is visible in his extensive archive of exquisite, hand drawn sketches and paintings. This collection includes beautiful prints and fine embroideries that honour the artistry and complexity behind the skill of botanical illustration.
The latest Romo collections present Romo’s passion for nature. Adopting a tropical trend, unique designs including fern fronds and palm motifs are presented in a range of subtle and sumptuous textures. Japura features a lustrous silk blend jacquard, irresistible velvets, soft chenille qualities and a hint of embroidery.
Arlyn presents an array of sumptuous textures that exude a vibrant spirit. This versatile collection of decorative chenille weaves features contemporary small-scale geometrics and rich semi-plains that are exquisitely coloured in a lively palette.
Finally Miro extends the much-loved Linara range. Miro is a distinguished herringbone weave with a subtle charm on this exquisite cotton-linen union featuring the same irresistible soft, peach-skin finish that gives Linara its unique, tactile quality. An expression of style and colour, Miro offers a comprehensive palette of 79 shades, from trend driven tones of forest green, dusty pink, vintage teal and earthy hues, as well as classic neutrals. This beautiful plain has been considerately coloured, co-ordinating perfectly with new and existing Romo collections. Combining design and quality, Miro is the epitome of style, versatility and practicality. Suitable for both drapes and upholstery as well as being washable, Miro is a must-have addition to Romo’s extensive library of plains and semi-plains.