Online interior design service expands in-person options

Havenly is launching in-person design services in seven cities.

Denver – Havenly, the national interior design firm, has expanded its online services to include an in-person service, called Haven of peace at home.

Havenly at Home is available now for an early access price of $499 ($200 off) for the first bedroom design and $199 for each additional bedroom.

Services are currently available in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston and New York, and will expand to 20-30 more cities nationwide over the next year.

The company said the expansion aligns with its mission to make interior design a more welcoming, affordable and personalized experience for everyone, using a hands-on approach.

“Havenly was created to make design collaborative, accessible, and fun, regardless of budget, style profile, or location,” said Lee Mayer, co-founder and CEO of Havenly. “Our expansion responds to requests from our customers over the years, adding in-person services to provide an enhanced design experience for our customers and taps into a market typically overlooked by other models.”

The move follows that of Havenly recent acquisition photorealistic 3D capabilities of Occipital and interiorwhich will offer its customers personalized and affordable furniture and decorative objects.

“I started Havenly after struggling to find and pay for a designer after moving from New York to Denver,” Mayer said. “After being turned down by many designers, I finally found someone who would work with me and was immediately shocked and frustrated with an opaque process that made it difficult to figure out in advance how much the furniture would cost. and fees.I saw a clear white space in the market where merging technology and human curation, we could bring the power of interior design to everyone and support our customers with a transparent cost structure and furniture from all price points.

Andrea is passionate about interior design and has covered the furniture industry for most of her career as a journalist. She is Editor-in-Chief, Design, Designers Today; in addition, she is also an editor of HFN and a lighting editor for Home Accents Today. Andrea lives in beautiful Brooklyn, where she might very well be the only person without a tattoo.

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