Today I´m taking you to a house tour in Skurup, a southern small town in Sweden. The house belongs to Marcus and Ulrika and their son Sixten and his twin sisters Hedda and Edith.

Marcus trade is the re-use of wood. He makes all kinds of cool things from leftover furniture, driftwood and other abounded materials. Check out this flamingo he made! And this vulture. And also this water station for his garden.

Ulrika and Marcus has a very welcoming home. It has such a fun and laid back feeling to it and I love the basement where all the building takes place. (See picture below). And also they have a canoe in the garden!!!

Sixten tagged along with me the day I was there photographing. We had such a nice time together that I had to go back there one day just to photograph Sixten. I will show you that visit another day.

All photos by me Jenny Brandt. If you do share them please link back to us! Thanks!
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Welcome to another Dos Visit. Today I´ll take you to Skurup, Sweden for a visit at Marcus and Ulrika´s house.Welcome to another Dos Visit. Today I´ll take you to Skurup, Sweden for a visit at Marcus and Ulrika´s house.

As soon as the family bought the house Marcus said "We need a canoe"As soon as the family bought the house Marcus said “We need a canoe”

Here they are! The family in it´s fullHere they are! The family in it´s full

Marcus made the shelf on the wall and also this little cup with legs.Marcus made the shelf on the wall and also this little cup with legs.

Books on wheelsBooks on wheels

Pink kitchen table served us breakfast that dayPink kitchen table served us breakfast that day

This basement is fabulous. It holds all the building material and there is always something going on.This basement is fabulous. It holds all the building material and there is always something going on.The birds and their house

The birds and their house

Marcus and UlrikaMarcus and Ulrika

3 dolls and 3 carpets3 dolls and 3 carpets

Picture perfectPicture perfect

 

Laundry on a stringLaundry on a string

Sixten has the coolest bed. Underneath is a hiding place where you can hide and spy on people through the eyes of the painting.Sixten has the coolest bed. Underneath is a hiding place where you can hide and spy on people through the eyes of the painting.

Hedda and Edith share this room. Hedda and Edith share this room.

Thank you for having me over!Thank you for having me over!
All photos By me, Jenny Brandt. If you borrow them please link back.
/Jenny

 

Follow Marcus on Instagram @kombinoamobel
and Ulrika on @_irrbloss_
And their page here!

 

 

See all our Home Tours here!

 

 

 

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