Roman and Williams

Roman and Willams is an amazing New York based interior designer firm that’s behind such projects like the Ace Hotel and Standard hotel in New York, among other things. Last night I spent an hour or so getting lost in their portfolio and for some reason when I woke up this morning all I wanted to do was tear my house apart, go thrift shopping and re-do the whole place…

13 responses to “Roman and Williams”

  1. colton ponto says:

    wow, and i haven’t even looked at their full portfolio yet.
    I definitely excited

  2. sebastian says:

    same with me, wanna instantly rip my apartment into pieces and rebuild everything!!

  3. I know hate looking around at my bedroom even more.

  4. Jason says:

    Damn.. my apartment sucks.

  5. really says:

    These interiors are missing a bike and stack of bmx magazines.

  6. Austin says:

    first time on this site, I think it’s pretty brilliant.

    also, your roman & williams link in the first paragraph is broke ass. R&W are my new favorite thing,I wouldn’t have known about it unless you told me. so thank you.

    also, your shoes are untied.

  7. Bob Derksen says:

    we should pimp our studio!

  8. Casa e Cose says:

    Oh adore them! If i only had the money they could do some restyling in my apartment! Love the white / black mixes with some natural tones. Love the mix of materials, industrial still comfy and homy. Super!

  9. Kevin says:

    Ah it’s all so beautiful. I like the black door frames with white walls

  10. Not too certain how I stubled onto this blog but glad I did discover it. Think I was seeking for something else on the search engines. Not certain I agree 100% with what you say, but have bookmaked and will pop back to study to see if you add any more posts. Carry on the good work.

  11. joanna says:

    I’m a fan of Roman and Williams to the decoration I would love to know where can I find the poster with the whale photo 7, which is behind the sofa.
    thank you

  12. Shanna says:

    This forum needed shkniag up and youÂ’ve just done that. Great post!

  13. says:

    Buyers do pay direct and indirect costs.