After retiring from the U.S. ski team in 1985, Jace Romick began designing and building fine handcrafted furniture. His ranch background and love of Steamboat's natural surroundings helped him create elegant yet rustic pieces that brought the Mountain West into homes around the world.
In 1992, Jace Romick opened his first showroom, Into the West, in downtown Steamboat Springs. As Jace's reputation grew, Kim Ladehoff joined him and brought new vision to the business. Kim, with her degree in business and an excellent eye for design helped Romick's grow from a 1,000 sq. ft. showroom for Jace's handcrafted furniture to what is now a 6,500 sq. ft. showcase for western living. The new building at 402 Lincoln Ave. houses carefully selected and exclusive, high end furniture lines as well as home accessories from well known craftsmen and artists.
Complete interior design services are available at Romick's. Our design team can assist you with that single "hard to find" item "just right" for a room or help you turn an entire house into the home you've always dreamed of. You'll find Romick's unique style gracing the interiors of homes in Priest Creek, Storm Mountain, Lake Catamount, The Sanctuary and other prestigious locations in the Yampa Valley and beyond.
Our highly trained sales staff can help to outfit you as well as your home. At Romick's, you will find specialty items which include unique jewelry, stylish clothing, boots and buckles from renowned designers and more. We offer personal shopping services and are happy to help with all of your selections. We pride ourselves on our customer service and respond promptly to all requests.
The Jace and Kim collaboration not only made good business sense, but proved to be a wonderful personal partnership as well. Jace and Kim married in 2003, and are now raising A.J. and Addison in their own ranch home in Steamboat's beautiful Yampa Valley.