I've made minis in a few different scales, though 1:48 is my favorite:
Folk costumes and other clothes of the past.
Take a virtual trip to Sweden's first town, Birka, in the 10th century.
A 10th century home in the Swedish town Birka.
Buildings and costumes from the native people of Northern Sweden.
A 1790s upper class home in Stockholm.
A young upper-class lady's bedroom.
The beginnings of a market scene.
The typical country cottage - a red house with pantile roof.
A roombox inspired by the artist's drawing room.
It took a long time for modern conveniences to reach the average country home.
Fancy table setting based on detailed instructions in a Swedish book from the 1930s.
A serene living room the night before Christmas.
Representations of various interests and hobbies.
A miniature recreation of my nephew's home.
Designed for a how-to booklet I wrote in Swedish.
A personalized gift for a friend who'd recently moved.
Celebrating the Christmas season in Sweden.
Shrovetide buns and Easter witches.
A Midsummer pole from Dalarna province.
A roombox for my eldest cousin's senior high school graduation.
Stocked only with larger-scale items I've bought here in Sweden.
Here you can buy ready-to-wear and accessories, or have a dress made just for you.
Clothes from various eras, from medieval to 20th century.
A fantasy castle set in the Tudor era.
Modeled after vintage roomboxes, and filled with finished minis I had around.
Street carts and other things you might see in the late 19th and early 20th century.
My first house, built from magazine how-tos.
Forced out of hibernation, the Moomin family is told they must dress a tree...
Some of the first rugs i made. Several more rugs are in the DIY section.
A mediterranean revival house in Florida, set around 1930.
Designed by Preble McDaniel for the LEN group, in honor of the late Pam Scott.
One of my very first 1:48 scale projects.
Seasonal scenes set in heart-shaped wire ornaments.
Kit house built by Pam Scott; I just needed to furnish it.
Visit a present-day country retreat with blooming garden.
This two-room house is built in a matchbox.
A Mediterranean revival house with Art Deco style interior.
'El Cisco' - a Southwestern roombox with patio.
A shop in the old part of some Arabic city.
Where should a tiny chocolaterie be housed if not in a faux piece of chocolate?
Furnished with Georgian and contemporary furniture from the DIY section.
Roombox showing off my Tabriz Heriz rug design.
The friendly Moomintrolls live in my first H0 scale structure.
Things I've sneaked into the model railroad at the office, just for fun.
Market stands and facades in 1:18 to 1:24 scale for my aunt.
A memento for my sister, of her year in South Africa.
A personalized topper for my sister's wedding.
Other, larger, dragons I've made for my sister.