I love interior design and technology so I decided to try all three sites mentioned here (Modsy, Decorilla, and Havenly) for each of my different rooms because I couldn't decide! Between the three, I have to say Modsy was my least favorite. While all three sites had their pros and cons I found Modsy to be a very frustrating process. My designer was professional and responsive, however, I felt like my design had been a copy and paste type of situation. I don’t think scale is really considered as both the sofa and coffee table chosen for my living room were way too big. While it was nice to receive two designs from one designer there wasn’t much variation. A few of the major pieces were swapped out with something slightly different, but overall they were too similar (this was a similar case with Havenly too). I wanted to see two different designs...not two versions of the same design. When I had a room designed by Decorilla two different designers submitted competing concepts of my room and each had a different perspective and I could merge the different ideas together when I was refining the design with my designer. It felt very tailored to me.
The ordering process is perhaps the most frustrating part of it all. My ordering experience with Havenly and Decorilla was great. Decorilla extends their designer discounts, which saved a ton of money in the end. I felt like I didn’t have to lift a finger when ordering. Just like Havenly, Modsy matches the best prices online, but doesn't beat them. Havenly was easy when I used them, so I decided to try to order though Modsy as well and I wish that I didn't. After the fact, I found a better deal online myself anyway and I wouldn’t have had to pay their $20 ordering fee. Havenly and Decorilla offer their ordering service for free, but Decorilla passes on their trade discounts. With Modsy, I ended up feeling like I paid a company for no reason and ended up doing all the work myself. I have to say Decorilla had much more realistic 3D renderings than Modsy and Havenly does 2D concepts instead of 3D, but it's still better than Modsy. Do your research and read the reviews beforehand. I wish I had.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend