Havenly decorates and delivers your room to you – all for one flat fee. Fill out an easy (and fun) survey, speak with a designer and give as much or as little input as you’d like, and your designer will provide you with a personalized design plan and product suggestions for your space. Choose what you want to buy, and get decorated that easily.

The Havenly platform reflects and solves for these common problems by connecting people to experienced interior designers and acting as a shopping portal for them to buy all their newly recommended furniture in one click.

Havenly is a Denver, Colorado-based startup that connects consumers with screened and trained interior designers. Recently, Havenly raised $12.5 million in Series B funding led by Foundry Group with participation from Industry Ventures, Chicago Ventures and Kickstart Fund.

Prior to the Series B round, the company had raised $13 million in funding. The Series B funding will be used to expand its team and enhance its technology platform.

Users are asked to answer a few interior design style questions and upload photos or videos of their space, and share inspiration photos of their perfect home. They can then choose from a few designers, and collaborate with their designer to create a personalized design for their space. The customer can then purchase products suggested all through Havenly, at the best price out there. There are two package offerings, including a $79 mini offering (three design ideas, one design concept and two revisions) and a $199 full offering package (everything in the mini offering and a 3D room layout visualization).

Havenly filters through millions of products across 400 furnishing partners. And Havenly saw its business grow 14x over the past two years.

Prior to starting Havenly, CEO and c0-founder Lee Mayer grew up in the suburbs of Washington D.C. She moved to New York City to attend Columbia University for college and spent a few years after graduation in the city working in corporate development and consulting. Subsequently, she moved to Boston to get an MBA from Harvard Business School. After another few years in New York City working in consulting, she decided to migrate out west and settle in Denver where she worked at the publicly traded digital lead generation company, Bankrate.