Currently, a highly-popular footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo, is in self-isolation in his luxurious villa in his native town Madeira. He is surrounded by his four children Mateo, Cristiano Jr., Alana Martina, and Eva Maria and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez. Since they arrived in Portugal, both Cristiano and his girlfriend shared some kind of a sneak peek into their property on social media. We can say that it has blown us away.
The living room provides a direct sight to the Atlantic Ocean. At the same time, it features an open-plan staircase that is leading to the mezzanine that has stainless-steel banister and glass railing. That dining room has high ceilings that are spanning to the top of the second floor.
When it comes to the color scheme, the couple decided on the modern grey, black, white, and cream palette. Moreover, sofas are in sand hue, grey walls and grey carpet, and dogtooth cushions. Also, we can see a black marble-topped table that has a large house plant and a diffuser on top of it. The question of the lighting is resolved with several globe pendant shades that hang of several different heights.
Outside of the villa, the couple has their own rooftop pool. We witnessed it in a post that was posted on Georgina Rodriguez on her Instagram profile. The picture features Cristiano Jr., the eldest some of the famous footballer.
In the bathroom, we can see some black marble tiles and flooring. Also, we can see a large freestanding bathtub, which was turned into the jacuzzi. In one of the posts, we can see that the bathroom features LED lighting at the bottom of the room.
Naturally, as a professional sportsman, Cristiano Ronaldo his own home gym, where he keeps his physical condition in the best possible shape during self-isolation caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic. On his Instagram post, he posted a picture of himself in his home gym and he wrote in the description that if someone every dreamed of playing for millions of people around the world, now is their chance. Also, he added, that we should play inside, which is a common message during the coronavirus pandemic.