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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Young Life Home Design and Renovation Tour. This event takes place each year during the spring in Victoria. You will see a variety of developments from all parts of Victoria, including Saanich Pennisula to the downtown area.

The features this year include a few waterfront homes, and a variety of newly constructed homes. This is a great time to gain some inspiration for your own home. There will be changes that are minute but make a large impact, as well as big changes such as complete kitchen makeovers.

In addition, you will be given the opportunity to engage with the designers. This will allow you to get connections that could be useful when wanting to take on some home make over projects of your own.

You will explore these projects through a self-guided tour, which will give you time to brows as you please. There will be no one rushing you along, and you will have tons of opportunities to ask questions. It is your choice rather you want to explore these homes all in a day’s time, or split views up over a few days.

There is a reason why this event has been reoccurring for the past 25 years. Individuals love the opportunity to take in some inspiration for their own home projects. It gives a fresh outlook on updating some much needed areas of your home. The Tour will take place on April 11th and 12th. All proceeds go towards funding for the Young Life’s charity, which believes in giving the youth of Victoria an enriched outlook on life through relationships.

This charity is a non-profit organization, and this event will help many of the youth in the area. Spend a day viewing some amazing homes, while gaining the inspiration you have been needing for your own projects.

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