Over fifty years ago, John Rosselli opened his first antiques shop in New York City. He quickly created a destination for interior designers and architects who came to rely on John's sophisticated eye and the shop's ever changing inventory of antiques and furnishings.
In 1980 John and his long time associate Furlow Gatewood began creating reproductions of antique accessories, lighting and occasional furniture. Painted finishes, exacting detail, and the ability to customize quickly established the Rosselli workroom as an important resource for the interior design community.
By 1985 John's nephew Jonathan Gargiulo joined the company and shortly after opened a Rosselli showroom in NYC's D&D building. At this time the business was expanded to include additional lines of furniture and lighting, as well as fabrics and wall coverings. In addition to providing a full-service showroom with the finest products, each sales associate strives to provide attentive customer service with a personalized response to each client.
Soon after opening the John Rosselli showroom, the company became the exclusive distributor for British designer Robert Kime fabrics in America.
In 1991 John partnered with long time friend and design associate Bunny Williams (later to become his wife) and opened Treillage: a garden shop offering antiques, ornaments, garden furniture and special accessories in New York's Upper East Side.
Over the next ten years three additional showrooms were opened: Washington, DC, Dania, FL and Chicago, IL. Each has quickly become popular with designers who appreciate John's timeless sense of style and lifelong commitment to quality. Today John Rosselli continues its traditions of bringing new and exciting products to market and maintaining a distinguished staff able to accommodate your design needs.