Thoughts of Thanksgiving seem to conjure up images of heavily laden harvest tables, where scores of guests gather to break bread. However, this traditional image might appear contradictory to condo living. In reality, condo owners still have the opportunity to host a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
Anyone who calls one of our luxurious Toronto condos home has the means to do this. With exclusively-designed, European-inspired kitchens, complimented by Wolf, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, make meal preparation easy. Spacious penthouse suites are equipped with features such as a caterer’s kitchen and dining room while other suites offer streamlined, functional kitchen spaces that open into entertainment areas.
Residing in a smaller unit doesn’t eliminate the opportunity for hosting a Thanksgiving dinner, rather it increases the possibilities for being creative. Furniture can be rearranged or moved out altogether (for example pieces can be moved into the bedroom) to accommodate dinner guests. Furnishings can also be re-purposed for use in other ways! For example, lay a sheet over a long coffee table and add pillows for seating. Push together other pieces of furniture, like desks and dresser to create an accommodating dining space. Need more counter space? Open up an ironing board whose surface is designed to withstand heat, for items fresh from the oven.
Rather than hosting a sit-down dinner, consider hosting a cocktail-style reception in your home! Arrange food buffet style so that guests can help themselves, for a more casual setting. Set up seating like stools, chairs & pillows and sofas, for guests to sit and enjoy if they prefer.
If the thought of having a large number of people in a small space is intimidating or you’d like the holiday celebration removed from your home altogether, each of our residences feature spacious party rooms that provide kitchen spaces along with dining and lounging areas to accommodate festive functions.
Thankfully, Toronto condo owners can enjoy a turkey dinner just as anyone else would.