How do you transform a 1960s space into a cottage-inspired retreat in the city? Designer Stephen Caldwell offers tips as he takes us through his 800-square-foot apartment overlooking English Bay. Get ideas for creating a cosy entryway, maximizing natural light and arranging a functional, open-concept living room. Superkül inc. architect Andre D'Elia shows off a sleek and narrow kitchen in an ultra-modern Toronto home. Plus, watch chef and Foodies TV host Angie MacRae prepare a must-have comfort food for autumn: a potato, leek and cheese gratin made with three Canadian cheeses.
Architects, Superkül, Toronto (416) 596-0700 or visit Superkul.ca;cabinets and woodwork, Andrew Johnston Woodwork, Toronto (416) 200-4544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; HanStone countertop fabrication and installation by United Marble, Toronto (416) 922-6531; Sub-Zero wine fridge, Tasco Distributors, Brampton, Ont. (905) 456-1700, Mississauga, Ont. (905) 275-1700, Toronto (416) 781-9145, Richmond Hill, Ont. (905) 770-3222 or visit Tasco.net; oak balustrade wall, maple staircase, Andrew Johnston Woodwork, as above; windows, Applewood Glass & Mirror, Mississauga, Ont. (905) 542-1900 or visit Applewoodglass.com; window shades, Solarfective Products, Toronto (416) 421-3800 or visit Solarfective.com; Miele range hood, cooktop, Tasco Distributors, as above; pendant lights, Artemide, Toronto (416) 628-6718, Montreal (514) 788-3788 or visit Artemide.ca.