A farm-to-table furniture company is hoping to raise millions of U.S. dollars through a sale of the farm-style furniture it owns, including the farmhouse and cottage.
Ashley Furnishings, a chain of American-made furniture, has raised $15 million through the sale of its farm-like furniture and home decor, according to a statement posted Thursday on the company’s website.
The company has raised over $1 million so far, the statement said.
The furniture company has also raised over 50 million through its online platform, Ashley Furnishers, the company said.
Ashley Furniture has raised more than $1.5 million in the past three months, and has raised close to $3 million in a previous fundraising round in October 2016, according the company.
The company is selling the farm furniture at the farmers home on Long Island.
For its part, Ashley’s owners have raised $4 million through an online fundraising campaign.
The sale is the latest in a string of online fundraisers for the company, which has raised nearly $40 million through online and traditional sales.
The farm-type furniture is part of a broader trend of American furniture makers taking a hard look at their supply chains.
Earlier this year, a company called Avanti started selling its furniture through a web portal, but has since been acquired by Amazon.
In April, the makers of the company Moochland announced it would start selling its products online.