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A Modern White Home in Touguinhó, Portugal

By Magaly Grosso


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This modern construction, located in Touguinhó, Portugal, was designed by Raulino Silva in 2016. Built in the center of an immense plot of land, the home has beautiful gardens around it, and a swimming pool area where terraces provide a comfortable space to relax. The walls of the house adjoining the swimming pool area were made of glass so that, from the internal spaces, we can enjoy an abundance of natural light and the unparalleled views of the gardens.

Panoramic view of the house on a huge plot of land full of green gardens
Modern building in white

Aerial view of swimming pool area
View of the house from the swimming pool area through the glass walls

Swimming pool
Terrace with wooden floors and glass doors

The living room, which is flanked by glass doors that lead to the gardens, is occupied by a comfortable sofa. Beside it, a simple, modern, and beautiful white dining table with a polished surface is surrounded by wooden chairs, also in white.

Living room with sofa in ground tones
Polished white dining table and white chairs with wooden legs
Modern kitchen in white

A small dining room, placed in the white and modern kitchen, allows us the opportunity to enjoy the views of the garden while having breakfast. Could anyone think of a better start for our days?

Small breakfast room

In the private areas, the wooden floors and white walls create an effect that soothes our senses.

Corridor with library

Bedrooms with linens in warm tones keep the harmony of the spaces, creating an area which transmits peace and tranquility.

Master bedroom with wooden floors and white walls

The bathroom, with both walls and floors of veined white marble and illuminated by the light that enters through a glass wall, breathes sophistication.

Bathroom with walls and floors of veined white marble

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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