Stanislava received a Master Engineer (Interior and Furniture Design) degree from the University of Forestry, Sofia, Bulgaria. She joined Peregrine Bryant Architecture in 2007 and has extensive experience in different types of commercial and residential projects. These include the redecoration of the Grade I Listed Traveller’s Club, the design and specification for the New Library and theatre at St. Helen and St. Katharine’s School in Abingdon, the refurbishment of number of listed town houses on St James’s Square, Cheyne Walk, Kensington and Chelsea, London as well as various of country houses. She returned to working on Royal Hospital Chelsea, designing future-proof New Hobby Building Premises, including full FF & E. Most recently she has been working on a Refurbishment and a Complete Bespoke Furniture package for Haseley Court- Great I Listed Building, previously owned by Nancy Lancaster with the only listed Interiors in the country.

Before moving to the UK Stanislava ran her own interior design studio in Bulgaria, managing and designing projects including hotels, private houses and holiday resorts, all from conception to completion.

Her approach to work is to create environmentally conscious design, tailored and timeless schemes with a signature elegant and luxurious style with attention to quality, detail and the merit of combining form, light and colour in a most harmonious way.