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REDEFINING MINIMALISM TODAY’S MODERN FAMILY DOING WITH LESS The term minimalism, or minimalist, has expanded from a concept into a lifestyle movement. For many, the thought of living minimally seems restrictive, with a long list of items you can’t have or expectations of how you must be. If you think of minimalist design as impractical and only

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for tidy, austere households where no one has fun, you couldn’t be further from the truth. The minimalist lifestyle movement is gaining popularity in Saskatoon, with homeowners taking the time to design customized homes that suit their mini-

malist ideals. Jade Gulash is a prime example of how one family has embraced the journey together. Creating A New Definition “I think there are quite a few different ways to define minimalism,” says Jade. “Traditional minimalist design

includes the use of white space and lots of neutrals which, given my marketing background, I appreciate. White space helps to frame what you want the eye to be drawn to.” Given that Jade is a mother of three—Hayden (six), Kalleigh (nine) and Chelsea (17) with a Saskatoon HOME SPRING 2018

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Saskatoon Home magazine is the definitive and practical guide to quality home design, building, renovation, landscaping, and decor - specifi...