Planning is underway for the next few editions of Tweed Magazine and staff members are looking for interesting houses to feature.
Each issue of Tweed opens the doors on a special Oak Bay home — the first edition featured Jim Kirk’s exquisite Oak Bay Avenue loft; while the second issue looked at one of local builder Barry Wilkin’s latest creations.
Now the magazine is seeking additional Oak Bay homes to feature. Potential homes should have some sort of story to tell — perhaps a riveting history, a stunning renovation or an interesting architectural twist.
Generally, features involve an interview with the homeowners and a photo-shoot of the house.
If your home has an interesting story to tell, please contact Tweed editor Susan Lundy at firstname.lastname@example.org.