My brother Mike has consistently been honestly handy and when he took a job working for a local furniture manufacturer. I easily wasn’t surprised. Mike was consistently pretty wonderful with electronics but, I had no clue that he had an interest in woodworking as well. My brother Mike worked as a helper for almost 6 weeks in the carpentry industry before he was hired on full-time, when I asked my brother what his number one space of the task was he said that it was working with customized furniture. My brother Mike said working with the familiar stuff that the company produced was rather dull because it was similar to any line task task where nothing ever changed. But, when it came to customized pieces that needed to be a typical size or shape in at least challenged is creative things. Making a customized piece is more than just splitting down the sides, comes with several dimensional changes to make sure that it does not look disproportionate or care about something is not correct. He said you can’t just take a couch and cut off the sides without making it look as if there was a problem with the manufacturing to begin with. My brother Mike said that everything about the piece has to be changed by the same amount dealing with the size of the cushions. I know that is why ordering a customized size in furniture is more pricey. Mike said that there is a entire design team to help them with all the customized items that come in as orders from the furniture shops.