Introducing: All Sorts Of

June 22, 2018

HEY GUYS! It’s been a minute!!! I promise you, though, all for good… in fact GREAT… reason!

I’ve been building up the hype for only the last two days, but like I mentioned, I’ve been working on this project for the last year and HOLY CRAP I can’t believe I’m finally sharing the news!!!! DRUMROLL PLEASE…..

I am launching a brand new blog called All Sorts Of!!!!!

That’s right!! A BRAND NEW BLOG!!! This O.G. site you are currently on, right here, will be taking on an entire new life of its own. It is this glorious blog where it all began for us, and I’ve decided we have grown so much, it’s only fair to take the blog with us!

So, here is the plan. We’re going to be covering ALL SORTS OF things, hence the name. First and foremost, it’s going to be your go-to place for ALL the design-related questions that you’ve ever dreamed of. (trust me… y’all have a lot of ?’s). We’re keeping all of your favorite parts of the existing blog, like the “Before & Afters,” but in our new home we’re going to be talking about SO much more.

You guys want me to talk about the challenges of running a business? DONE.

You guys want a basic guide on how to pick the right rug for the space? NO PROBLEM.

You guys want to know how to style a bookshelf, or a side table, or an entire room? SURE THING.

You guys want city guides in the coolest places? YOU GOT IT.

You guys want interviews with the coolest makers, artisans, and bad ass bis bosses? I GOT YOU COVERED!!!

OK, here is what you need to do!  Take a sec and head over to All Sorts Of and sign up for our e-newsletter. We’re a few months out from officially launching the full site, but man oh MAN, my team and I are busy bees making it reeeeeeeeally special for you guys.

I would LOVE nothing more, literally nothing, than for you guys to follow along on this new adventure. It’s going to be bigger and badder than everything we’ve done before and I’m so freaking excited to share it with you guys. PLEASE leave a comment below and tell me what you want to see on the blog!!! I’m all ears!!!

And just because I’m feeling REAL good and real excited, I must tell you all again.

!!!! I LOVE YOU GUYS !!!!

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  1. Congrats, Amber! I have been following along for years and it has been so awesome to watch you grow as a design and bosslady. I’m super excited for the new content and would love to hear about how you approach sourcing. Can’t wait and congratulations again, mama! You are an inspiration!! xx

  2. Excited to be part of your new adventure. I’ve been watching you build your brand for a long time and really admire what you’ve done. LOVE your style and approach to design.
    I’ve got lots of questions. One being how to find bed coverings that cover deep mattresses and box springs without showing the latter. Keep up the great work I’ll be watching/reading for sure.

  3. Love your style.. would love to see some budget friendly posts.. although everything in your shoppe is gorge it’s sadly way out of mine and probably most people’s price ranges. Good luck with your new venture though!

  4. Amber- I discovered you through Emily Henderson. Love your style so much that I poured though, what, I don’t know maybe 7 years of your blog entries to get a fab seminar in design. The evolution of your style has been so interesting to see- I really love your work- kitchens and the way your mix metal hardware especially.

    I had to fly cross country recently and, after visiting friends and family, headed straight to your PP shoppe with a pal and we snatched up some pretty gorgeous merch. I’ve also purchased a bunch on line as well- you’re a great resource for fabulous items and inspiration.

    That noted, it would be EVEN BETTER if you posted your resources more. I’ve been inspired by many of your chandeliers and after much independent sleuthing, I’ve figured out the makers. Still, it would be AMAZING and so generous and gracious with your new website if you could provide the deets more readily served up to your fans…who still purchase your goods, even though we may not live close enough to actually hire you. You’ll still make a buck, girl!

    So happy for your incredible success. 🙂

  5. This is so exciting! Your work is fantastic. I would love to see anything and everything you want to share about doing a major gut renovation and building a new home. I’m planning to do both in the future and looking for more resources for this kind of info coming from a strong design point of view. Cheers and congratulations!

  6. This is so exciting! I love all of your designs and I can’t wait for more design education and inspiration from you. Something I have been struggling with and would love for you to cover is mixing furniture in rooms (bedrooms to be specific. I’ve searched and searched for inspiration everywhere and I still don’t know what to do. My night stands and dresser are the same wood, my bed is a different wood tone. We have a really small closet, so we desperately need more clothing storage. How do I add another piece of furniture (i.e. dresser or armoire) without it being too matchy matchy or uncoordinated? I’m so pumped for this new blog!

  7. Love it, Ambular!! Like you can’t be rad enough?? I absolutely love everything you do so this is the best news ever. I would love more tips on rad, large-scale art that won’t totally break the bank, and more on where you find all those large vintage rugs. Client horror stories – and how you solved them – would be great too. Can’t wait for more of your brilliance and guidance!

  8. This is such fun news! I love every idea you mentioned, and reading business advice written in your voice will be the greatest. I would love your wisdom on decorating a tiny bedroom, and design tips for us broke girls. Can’t wait!

  9. This is such fun news. I love every idea you mentioned, and reading business advice written in your voice will be the greatest. I would love your wisdom on decorating a tiny bedroom, and design tips for us broke girls. Can’t wait!

  10. Yay so exciting! Congrats!!! I would absolutely love to know more about vendors and how/where you choose and find the pieces and textiles you use. It all looks so interesting and unique and that has such an impact on the overall vibe! And also how you curate all the things that go into a space! I am obsessed with your work and just want to know more about how you do it 🙂

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