People tend to fall in love with homes for a specific reason, but pizza rarely tops the list. It was a picturesque wood-burning pizza oven that sold Moez and Marissa Kassam on their family-friendly house in central Toronto. The Kassams, who have two daughters, will host anywhere between eight and 30 people, several times a month. While the kitchen was tailor-made for foodies, the traditional Victorian layout of the main floor wasn’t suited to the way the couple entertained.
And so, with designer Montana Burnett leading the project and Peter Robinson of Sherwood Custom Homes overseeing the renovation, the house was transformed into an open-concept space ready for spontaneous dinner parties or just hanging out en famille. “Now, everyone is watching and enjoying and eating and drinking at the same time,” says Moez.
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