About Us

Black Edition offers exclusively designed collections infused with rich, contemporary elegance. Created for the luxury interiors market Black Edition blends sophisticated textures, innovative weaving techniques and artisan effects with a visionary colour palette.


Mizumi Wallcoverings  
Hinoki Kuboa


A culmination of ideas, inspiration and original artwork has been the creative force behind the new Black Edition over the past two years. Origins derived from couture fashion, 20th Century Abstract art, folk embroidery, Indian Ikat designs and Byzantine glass mosaic are all artistically re-imagined and integrated through stunning colour.

With a hand painted look, ombré shading and age-old artisan techniques there is a sense of faded grandeur, whilst the vibrant colour and subtle use of metallic yarns keeps the overall feel sophisticated and modern. Stunning digital prints of large-scale florals are accompanied by intricate embroideries, damask and floral jacquard weaves, spray-dyed velvets and wonderfully tactile multi-coloured stripes.


Black Edition has given us the opportunity to be more experimental with qualities, techniques and design in a considered, indi­vidual way. The essence of Romo continues through our signature colour palette and lively, contemporary prints. Black Edition is richer and more tactile, with sumptuous qualities such as velvets and silks giving warmth and luxury. Innovative and new techniques such as digital printing and spray dying have enabled us to create complex designs with intense colour especially created for the luxury interiors market’.   Emily Mould, Design Director. 



Company Profile

Established in 1902, Romo is a family run business, based in Nottinghamshire, UK. The company designs and markets exclusive furnishing and upholstery fabrics, wallcoverings and trimmings for residential and contract interiors, including classic and contemporary prints, luxurious damasks, silks, jacquards, chenilles, velvets and an extensive range of plain and semi-plain weaves. There are currently six design houses operating under The Romo Group: Romo, Black Edition, Mark Alexander, Zinc Textile, Villa Nova and Kirkby Design, each with its own signature style and colour palette. Design creativity and the highest level of product and service are central to the ethos of the company.

The Romo Group collections are available worldwide through selected retailers and designers.



The Edwardian era had just dawned when in 1902 Robert Mould, who gave his name to the company, started a small-scale furniture manufacturing business in Nottingham, England.  By the 1930s, the company had become wholesalers to the upholstery industry, supplying furnishing fabrics and components for the manufacture of furniture. The company continued to evolve until eventually the upholstery manufacturing side of the business ceased completely and the supply of furnishing fabrics became the company's primary focus. In the 1980s Romo started its own in-house design studio, injecting a more creative approach to design which redefined Romo as the design-led company it is known as today.



The group is currently managed by the founder’s great grandson, Jonathan Mould, along with his children Felicity, Emily and Jordan. With extensive international showrooms and distribution, The Romo Group has over 370 employees and is recognised worldwide, with exports totalling approximately 70% of sales. Customer satisfaction and employee welfare are at the core of the company’s values, and although much expanded, Romo remains very much a family business at heart.