Bill Scroggie

Getting the Most from Your One-Time Design Consult

Unlike hiring a plumber to fix a leak, solving a design problem is far more subjective. Regardless, there are some strategies that can help make your “one time” consult a success.
Bill Scroggie

Life on the D-List

The reality for me is a little different than what I see and read in the pages of design magazines, and that's okay with me. A successful project is less about creating a magazine-worthy room than about meeting the needs of the client.
Bill Scroggie

Scroggie Studio 3.0

My goal with the new site is to showcase the kind of work I do so that clients have a gallery of styles to look at if they would like to pursue a custom furnishing order or discuss how I might be able to help them with their interior design needs.

Design for 2009

From the inception of my Studio Scroggie, I've tried to provide affordable style to my clients—whether in my "reinvented" furniture that sells for a fraction of the cost of retail pieces, or in my interior design work.
Lounge Chair

Small Budget, Chic Taste

From Megu Restaurant's upstairs lounge where you can see a few of my pieces (left), or in one of the apartments I've helped redecorate, I specialize in reinventing interiors and furnishings so that they have a fun and funky look.
Decco Style Coffee Table

Pretty in Paint

Glazes, which I create by thinning latex paints with water and urethane, allow me to use layers to get much more interesting tones and dimension with my painted finishes.
Red Baroque Mirror

Mirror Mirror

My baroque style red lacquered mirror is the most popular piece I've ever had. I still get people calling about it.
Burl Wood Table

My Style

My red side chest was truly a "reinvention" and I think was probably the best example of my signature style—fun and funky, but also chic and sophisticated.
Bill Scroggie

Studio Scroggie 2.0

It is taking some wrestling, but with a little patience and the help of Apple's iWeb software, I'm going to put even more functionality into this website.