For Lauren and Aaron, a young couple with twin boys, family and tradition are everything. When they bought their forever home in Toronto’s Lawrence Park neighborhood, the first dilemma was figuring out how to host large dinners, Jewish holidays and Shabbat meals — in a dining room that could barely fit eight people. Designers Alana Firestone and Jordy Fagan of Collective Studio swooped in to renovate their home, including an entertaining zone that included a large dining room, bar area and dramatic kitchen.

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Author: Talia Hart

Niamh Barry


House & Home


Collective Studio

Alana firestone
challah board
Collective Studio
dining room
double islands
jewish holidays
Jordy fagan
kitchen banquette
kitchen makeover
Kitchen of the Month
rosh hashana
shabbat candles
shabbat dinner

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