In episode #3213 of “Querido, Mudei a casa!”, interior designer Ana Antunes transforms a spacious yet chaotic porch into what she named a “Winter garden” – a multifunctional room within a cosy ambience.

This 70 sqm multifunctional area exudes glamour, featuring distinct zones for entertaining and gathering, including a kitchen, a comfortable living space, and a dedicated dining area.

What’s in the “mini-kitchen”?

This compact kitchen setup incorporates essential kitchen elements, including a kitchen sink, appliances and storage solutions. It also includes a barbecue and an island that not only defines the space and provides extra storage but also serves as a convenient counter for quick meals, extending the countertop functionality.

The countertop features the RODI Composite Duo 60 Nero sink, part of the Composite range, distinguished by its composition of 80% quartz combined with high-quality acrylic. This unique blend ensures high durability, making the sink resistant to high temperatures, breakage, scratches and dirt – a testament to its long-lasting quality.

“It’s a very robust, solid piece.”
Ana Antunes

The Line Mn 807 PT tap, with an extractable shower head and matt black finish, blends perfectly with the overall aesthetic of the countertop.

Spotlight on the heating stove

Stealing the spotlight in the living area is an old heating stove, now rejuvenated and prominently displayed against a backdrop of new ceramic panels.
The living area serves now as a warm welcome for family and friends to share extended moments of conversation, reading, listening to music or pure relaxation.

Gathering around the table

The focal point of the dining area is an extensive, solid wood table that invites family and friends to gather.

The overall ambience is a seamless blend of natural elements – plants, garden furniture, ceramics, wallpaper, rugs in earthy tones and strategically placed mirrors.

As the New Year dawns, be inspired by this renovated space and revamp that unused room in your home. Yes, the one you’re thinking of!

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