“Romanek stands in the hallway by the front door and staircase, which are original to the 1929-built house. To her right is a painting by Alvaro Barrington.” (C Magazine)
Vintage Hans Wegner hammock chaise lounge made of wood and roping. “I’ve had it almost ten years,” says Romanek. “It’s gone everywhere with me.” (C Magazine)
(left) Behind the Lara sofa is a painting by James Nares. When Romanek is drawn to a piece of art, she just knows. “I fall in love,” she says. “It’s that feeling of ‘I want us to be together!’” (C Magazine)
(right) Two paintings hang above a vintage chair in the hallway.
(below) A pink lightbox made by Gilbert Lighting deliberately disrupts the living room space.
(left) Romanek finishes her workday by “grabbing a little rosé” from the bar, which she custom made, and sitting with a book at the dining room table and stools by Danny Ho Fong. The mural is by James Mobley.
(right) “I knew I wanted something here because it’s a dead space,” says Romanek of the nook beneath the staircase. “When I found this De Sede vintage sofa in orange leather, I was like, ‘There she is.’” Above the sofa hangs a picture by Robert Pruitt.