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you can totally do this without the expensive light-sensitive paper. growing up we just used construction paper in a window (we used dark blue) and it worked great, but the colors were inverted (dark blue under the object, light where the sun hit).


How To Make Sun Prints
10/8/12 03:19 PM

for those asking about the sofa in the initial pic, it does look like the corona (which i have had for 3 years and LOVE for the pricepoint). it is discontinued but the clare looks exactly the same with what looks like a slightly different fabric texture. its on sale now for under $800, and under $600 for select colors:

http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/clare-fabric-sofa-82w-x-37d-x-37h-custom-colors?ID=702669&CategoryID=29391&LinkType=PDPZ1


Picking The Perfect Couch: A Timeline of Couches That Didn't Last
8/30/12 12:40 PM

ranch or blue cheese dressing hands down


For Quick Breads to Coleslaw: Buttermilk Ingredient Spotlight
8/1/12 10:48 AM

are you cooking with unripe figs in one of the shots?


Vegetarian Cooking in Cinque Terre, Italy with Tim the Girl
6/20/12 12:46 PM

key limes are pretty small so you won't get too much juice out of 9 of them... I vote candying them


What Can I Make With Key Limes (Besides Key Lime Pie)? Ingredient Questions
5/8/12 05:10 PM

love this type of paint. i picked up something similar (copper) a few years back at the art/craft store. its one bottle of metalic paint, then you paint a coat of 'activator' over the top which oxidizes the metal. very cool.


Before & After: New Life for an Old Light The Painted Hive
3/29/12 12:25 PM

can you tell us more about the muted striped blanket/throw at the foot of your bed?


Carolyn's Bohemian Glam
House Tour

1/24/12 02:03 PM

do we think this would work for peaches as well? it would be an awesome timesaver when making pie/cobbler etc


Quick Tip: Freeze & Thaw Tomatoes to Remove Skins
7/28/11 11:12 AM

a tsp or so of anchovy paste, and tomato paste is all you need to get that added depth you're missing - chicken stock or boullion cubes, garlic, and onion are all excellent additions too. good luck!


Help Me Make Better-Tasting Tomato Sauce!
Good Questions

1/19/11 04:03 PM

I'd check the ingredients to be positive, but I think smoked almonds would be a good veg substitute to sub in for the bacon and the pecans


Autumnal Recipe: Roasted Squash and Arugula Salad with Pecans, Bacon, and Goat Cheese
11/10/10 01:51 PM

this article was completely and utterly obnoxious on a number of levels. i was physically angry after reading the whole ridiculous thing.


A Chelsea Studio Transformed The New York Times | Apartment Therapy New York
1/12/10 02:58 PM

love it/just bought it!


Kitsune Noir Poster Club | Apartment Therapy San Francisco
12/18/09 03:14 PM

SkyMall was the inspiration of the best received xmas gift for my dad two years ago - a solar powered clamp on grill light. saw it in SkyMall and then googled to find one for a great price.


Apartment Therapy Survey: Do You Shop SkyMall? | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
12/17/09 12:18 PM

yes, please share the green color - it's perfect!


Christen's "Beautiful Goofball" ApartmentHouse Tour | Apartment Therapy Chicago
12/15/09 10:59 AM

please post an update with reveal! so cool, and hope the stripper suggestion works. i've used Peel Away on wood with amazing results (minimal smell, super easy to remove 5 coats of old paint) and went with a plastic scraper and rough bristle toothbrush.


Apartment Therapy DC | Saving Original Fireplace Tiles? Good Questions
11/3/09 09:28 PM

what about bleach? when i was younger there was a holiday craft project where we would strip the metallic paint from the insides of round christmas ornaments and then fill them with mini snowmen, glitter, etc. i'd imagine you could give the same treatment to your lamp.

http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/old_glass_ornaments_in_to_clear_blank_slates_


Apartment Therapy New York | Stripping Glass of Colored Film? Good Questions
10/13/09 11:07 AM

my favorite is in a quick n dirty salad -

3c cooked quinoa
juice of 1 lemon
2 scallions, sliced thin
crumbled feta
fresh chopped parsley if i have it on hand


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Five Ways to Eat: Quinoa
10/6/09 09:09 PM

to all the tube polenta people out there - honestly, skip it. it really doesn't take much longer to make polenta from scratch (look for cornmeal or even yellow grits if you aren't finding polenta in grain form at your supermarket).

i've tried the tube polenta and while it is good if you want to fry up some firm cubes of polenta, the real polenta flavor is not there. if you are trying to re cream-ify it, don't, you'll be disappointed! the real deal is the tastiest, and honestly is pretty hard to mess up!


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Quick Weeknight Dinner Recipes with Polenta Quick Weeknight Meals Recipe Contest 2009
10/6/09 09:03 PM

another vote for the amazing, amazing walnut-plum. <3


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Loving Right Now: Liberté Yogurt
10/6/09 08:55 PM

yes! this is exactly the technique i described in my parmesean polenta with mushrooms entry. super easy!


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | How To Fry-Poach an Egg
9/30/09 11:19 PM