Welcome to photographer Michelle Stanic’s artfully curated sanctuary in Melbourne.
Michelle shares her inner-city Melbourne home with husband Adrian and their three children.
Artworks Beach by Catherine Nelson [left] and an image I captured in Hoi An, Vietnam. Sideboard One of the first vintage Danish pieces my husband and I bought together. Ceramic pots From The Nomad Society in Prahran. Black glass vase Georg Jensen. Sofa This deep ‘Frankie’ sofa from Fanuli is our favourite place to wind down. Coffee table Adrian and I designed this in Carrara marble, powdercoated steel and spotted gum. Books Gifts collected over a lifetime. My eldest daughter gave me Jardin des Modes, a 1956 French publication, when she returned from her first trip alone to Paris. Wool rug Made to measure by Cavalier Bremworth.
What does ‘home’ mean to you?
It’s our sanctuary, full of memories of destinations we have travelled to and experiences we’ve shared. Where are your favourite places to eat and shop? Serotonin Eatery in Burnley never disappoints. And Husk boutiques for apparel, homewares and jewellery.
Where do you find inspiration? The National Gallery of Victoria and walking through the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. >
See more of Michelle’s work at Gallerysmith Project Space, June 23 to July 21, or at altpause.com.